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See iOS Security, pp30–32: iMessage Apple iMessage is a messaging service for iOS devices and Mac computers. iMessage supports text and attachments such as photos, contacts, and locations. Messages appear on all of a user’s registered devices so that a conversation can be continued from any of the user’s devices. iMessage makes extensive use ...
I had this problem too. I disconnected all accounts in messenger, disabled handover, rebooted, and added accounts again + enabled handover. This solved the problem. This problem is fixed in a new release of 10.10.2
If you have asked Siri to Send a new Message to some person, Siri Normally asks " Do you want me to send it" when it thinks you have finished. Saying "Send" normally works. And Siri will say "Ok then I will send the Text message.." I do not think there is a way to do it after you have used dictation. Apples dictations command list
Actually yes it is possible, although it isn't as automatic/intuitive as would be nice. On iOS 8, it is possible to mute any message thread. What I recommend that you do is go through and mute the conversations that you do not want coming into your iPad. You will no longer receive those notifications. To do this, simply open the conversation, tap ...
Actually, during the whole Privacy snafu thanks to Edward Snowden, iMessage has proved resilient and one of the better encrypted workflows according to NSA. the NSA even took it to the government asking them to force Apple to dumb down its protocols so it's not so effective. However, if you are using iMessage on your Mac then there is an option that allows ...
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