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If you have Two-Step Verification turned on for your Google account, you will need to log onto your Google account and generate an App Specific Password for your MacBook Mail. You will find it at https://myaccount.google.com Then go under Sign-in & Security Scroll down a little bit and then select App Passwords At the bottom, there is a select an app ...


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I have found Mac apps do not always work well with Google 2-step authentication. I recommend creating application specific passwords within Google authentication for Mail and Calendar.


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You need to add your password in the corresponding field for this options to appear. Use your email address (complete with the @domain.tld) in the "User name" text field. Check "Override default port", and "Use SSL to connect" on both servers. On IMAP use port 993 On SMTP use port 465 Click "Add account". Select your newly created account and click ...


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I use Gmail for Work along with Mac Mail and how I got around this was by opening: Preferences > Accounts Then in the Email Address field I put a comma after the address that was there and then added the other address I wanted to be able to reply from. For me I added 4 different ones just by separating with a space and comma like this: me@gmail.com, ...


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If you want to be able to reply with a specific FROM email address, you need to set up this email account in Apple Mail. When the new email account has been set up, you'll under the new email account's 'Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)' setting have the server to use when replying - and by having this new account, you'll be able to choose it from the drop-down ...


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Was the me@mtk.org account added separately to Mail or the Mac? If not, you'll need to disable forwarding of the me@mtk.org account to the me@gmail account and add the me@mtk.org account to Mail or the Mac.


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I know this is a 4 month old question, but I wanted to add that if you're using your own domain with Gmail (and you've configured your aliases in Gmail settings) then there is another solution. Simple open the account in Apple Mail, and in the email address box add as many addresses as you want separated with a comma. e.g. email1@email.com,email2@email.com ...


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For me the solution was, that some gmail calenders were synced and some not. I found out that you have to check if they are marked for sync within gmail or not. For that purpose visit: https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect and check if your problematic calendar is marked for sync or not. By default, all of your own calendars and birthdays are enabled ...


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The Digital Signature "selection" is now located in the subject box to the far right ... uncheck to not have the request come up for your user name and password


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make sure your IMAP Path Prefix is set to [Gmail]; or [Google Mail] in some locales. try the Gmail prefix first. the [brackets] are required. open the Mail app, select the Spam folder under your Gmail account in the Mailboxes sidebar; then on the Mail Menubar, choose Mailbox‣Use This Mailbox As‣Junk Mailbox. you can/should also do this for Drafts, ...


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Open Help in Mail and search for can't send or can't receive. Walk through the steps to troubleshoot this. Last resort - open Window > Connection Doctor and dig into the specific error messages for each non green light account.


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In your IMAP folders, do you still have the junk folder inside the GMAIL folder ? If so, you should select it, and the choose "use as -> junk" in the mailbox folder.


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Do you have a Google "App password" set up? If not, you need one. This thread has a lot of information about how to do that: How to setup Gmail SMTP server for OSX Mail with 2-step-verification and App-specific password? If that is not the problem, it may be that the Yosemite upgrade broke it. I posted a detailed list on the apple forum of steps I took ...


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When you click with the mouse button on an item directly above or below the currently selected one, Mail behaves the same way as it would with the down and up arrows on the keyboard. When you hit the down or up key to select the next item in the list, Mail is programmed so that it remembers your "working direction". Which means when you move the selection ...



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