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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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I got this same error when copying and pasting my husband's flight departure iCal item to the date that he was returning. I had just planned to change the word "departure" to "arrival" in the event to save time rewriting all the info. Boy was I bummed when this error showed up. I looked at many many answers to this issue and was chagrined to see things ...


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Your iCloud account was probably something you created when you bought the phone or updated. It's part of the Find My iPhone feature that prevents your phone from being used by someone else if it's stolen. You need to regain access to your iCloud account, using http://iforgot.apple.com is a good start to reset your password. You should check your iPhone ...


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I have 6 gmail accounts and when created the last one, I mistakenly mixed it up with another account's gmail server (they all have the same name 'Gmail' lol). The problem was: every time when I sent a message from my new account, it somehow ended up being sent from my other old gmail account..and if person replied to supposedly my new gmail account, it still ...


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Google recommends the following configuration for Gmail on Mail.app OS X: From the Mail menu, click Preferences > Accounts > Mailbox Behaviors Drafts: Store draft messages on the server > leave unchecked Sent: Store sent messages on the server > leave unchecked Junk: Store junk messages on the server > checked Delete junk messages ...


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Interestingly enough, I was just searching for a good mail app, and found that there is a new Gmail desktop app coming out in the next week. I'm going to try it, because I'm not quite satisfied with the other mail apps, and I like google's formatting. To manage multiple email accounts, you may consider having your other emails forwarded to your gmail ...


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You might have to force iOS to refresh your contacts. Goto your iPhone's Settings and select Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Select Gmail and uncheck Contacts. Now, goto your Contacts app and it should be empty. Go back to the previous settings screen and recheck Contacts. After that, open up your Contacts app to verify the updates.


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Jaime Santa Cruz's answer should work perfectly. I just want to add that if you did all that but still see unwanted contacts, you may have to force iOS to refresh the Contacts. To do so, goto your iPhone's Settings and select Mail , Contacts, Calendars. Select Gmail, uncheck Contacts and then recheck Contacts. When you go back to the Contacts app, it ...



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