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Click your apple symbol in the computer -> System preferences -> notifications -> messages -> none


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hmmm… initially I thought this couldn't be done, however. From messages, start a new conversation, from the top right icon. Start typing your own name until you can select your iMessage-capable account, accept then type the message. Send. A few seconds later the message will arrive on both devices & you can then converse with 'yourself' - though it will ...


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It's an issue with OS X & Exchange sync. As a workaround, you can use the OWA app by Microsoft to sync your contacts to iCloud: On iOS there's an app called OWA. Within the app there's a setting within the People section for sync'ing your contacts. Basically it creates a new group in your iCloud called OWA that is a carbon copy of your contacts. ...


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No she cannot see your iMessages with separate Apple ID's. Even if you are in a iCloud family.


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Go to System Preferences→iCloud on his machine, sign out of your iCloud account and into his.


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Ring your carrier. They may have to reset your phone's profile, if the other SIM messed it up. They can send the new data (connection profile) remotely, you just OK it when it arrives. My carrier sometimes sends me a new phone profile after a major iOS update, or if they add new functionality etc. I can easily imagine swapping SIM cards could mess up the ...



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