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I am fairly "late to the game", but since no answer has been accepted yet, my input might still be useful: the "meeting highjacking" you describe in your question is fairly well known with Exchange and the iOS calendar app; in fact it can be even worse where simply accepting an invite on your phone may make you the "owner" of the meeting; this seems to ...
The following solved the issue for me: Gmail Settings: Inbox → Categories: Select only Primary Inbox → Importance markers: No marker Inbox → Filtered mail: Override filters Forwarding and POP/IMAP → IMAP Access: When I mark a message in IMAP as deleted: Auto-Expunge off When a message is marked as deleted and expunged from the last visible IMAP folder: ...
It is possible through the use of an app called IF. It was previously called IFTTT (If this then that). It is a great app for things like this. It has many uses including the one you have described and for many other things as well. You could have it send you and SMS when a certain event happens, if you have the HUE light system it could change the color of ...
I tried everything you tried, and I also tried bmike's suggestions. Deleting all the preferences/caches etc caused more problems than it solved, so I put them back and decided to try a more surgical approach. For anyone still reading this, the thing that seemed to fix it in the end was Deleting the relevant folders in ~/Library/Mail/V2/ Editing ...
I just found and fixed an issue that I had that may be related. Somehow in settings on my iPhone I had Notes set with a default account of gmail. I changed it to cloud and magically everything started synching again. I have no idea how gmail became the default account as I don't use it for notes, but that worked...
Go to System Preferences > Internet Accounts, remove your Google account and add it back again. WARNING: This operation will eliminate all the data related to your account stored in your computer and will download a fresh copy (email, contacts, messages, etc.)
I had this same problem for a while. It went away about the time I applied an iOS update, so I'm wondering if it might have been a bug that Apple squashed? If you're still on iOS6, consider updating.
Restart your iphone or mac and try it again. Magic ;)
This question was asked a while ago, I'm not sure if you've solved the problem. If you have, please enlighten me! I've been having the same issue (not quite every time, but almost every time I turn my Mac on). As with you, the location is my hometown. I've done some Googling, somewhat ironically, and it seems to be a security issue with OSX Yosemite causing ...
For the mailbox in question, in the Mail.app, go to Mailbox (top menu), and then select Rebuild. You may need to relaunch the app for the older messages to be downloaded.
Left click on the message. Then select "block popup ad." The move the slider which appears as directed. This gets rid of a meaningless nuisance.
It appears this issue was fixed in 10.10.3 . I have been having the same issue for 6 months and was unable to fix it despite trying all of things that I had read. After I installed the Yosemite 10.10.3 update everything is working fine. Hopefully other people can download the update and it will start working for them as well.
You need to configure these as 2 separate accounts in Mail. For some reason, to get it to work you will need to add the alias as an IMAP account rather than the standard Gmail account. When you authenticate for the alias, you will need to use the actual/original email address, not the alias email, in the authentication settings. I've been using this ...
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