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The URL you state is by and large correct, but the details can differ based on your exact configuration. On my machine (which runs El Capitan, uses V3 in the mail path, and for a Gmail account where the IMAP Path Prefix is set to [Gmail]), the messages for the inbox are stored in the path you stated but messages for other standard folders are in the path ...


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Mine are in a similar location, although the final folder name is slightly different than where you were looking. /Users/{user name}/Library/Mail/V{number}/IMAP-{email address}/[Gmail].mbox/ In the above, the curly braces denote variable strings based on your own situation, but the square braces around 'Gmail' are literal.


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Rebuild does not show up in the activity window, even when it is doing things in the background. I've experienced this first hand in the past. So, give it some time. However, rebuilding I think only helps rebuild the index file based on the messages stored on your computer. It does not compare notes with the server, I believe. Honestly, I would just ...


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I have found that following the steps in this article worked (MacOS Yosemite, Mail 8.2). Basically in the account settings, add all your aliases as a comma separated list to the Email Address field:


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This is the easiest way to upload iPhone contacts to Gmail: Download your contacts from iCLoud.Com (Select All -> Export). Upload them to your Gmail Account. You can manage your contacts from https://contacts.google.com/ Source: http://www.unlockboot.com/2016/04/upload-contacts-from-iphone-to-gmail.html


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I tried doing this, but ran into an issue where my "Manage Handlers" window was blank and I could not add anything to it. Here is the javascript solution that works even if your Handlers window does not. I figured I would post this here, in case anyone else finds this post and has this problem. Make sure you are logged in to Gmail and the active window ...


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None of the other solutions worked for me right now with Apple Mail 9.3 on OS X 10.11.4. Just to make sure, my situation is as follows: I have a primary email address xyz@somedomain.com as a Google Apps account I added a domain alias otherdomain.com to that account I want to send from xyz@otherdomain.com and have the receiver see this in the "from:" field ...



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