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I found 2 ways of doing that. Depending on your needs and preferences, you choose what you want. 1. The flexible way Open the Terminal.app And enter the following command: sqlite3 ~/Library/Messages/chat.db Now you are in the database of the Messages app of your mac. Enter the following commands (but don't include the sqlite> as this one was added ...


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No: blocking will actually generally result in your phone sending as an iMessage that doesn't get delivered. Any number of things could still be happening to send as text. You or the other person may have sending/receiving as SMS enabled or iMessage disabled. You or the other person may not have a proper internet connection for a number of reasons. iMessage ...


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iMessenger is the iOS version for iPhone/iPad etc. On your Mac, it's called "Messages". Open Messages, go to your Preferences tab in Messages. Select your Message account from the list on the left, then click on the checkbox next to Enable this account to remove the checkmark and disable your Message account on your Mac.


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You may try going to .../Library/Messages/Archive and look for the specific date/phone number. It should allow you to pull up the conversation. Good luck!



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