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I'm assuming you are talking about the default Apple messaging app - iMessages. In iMessages, you (as a sender) can set your iMessage Read Receipt to ON/OFF. If it's set to ON on YOUR phone, when a person sends you an iMessage text and you read it, they will get a READ indicator on their phone. Conversely, if you send a text to a person who has set their ...


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https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage This will allow you to de register the old number from iMessage.


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There is no way to leave it on but not receive the messages. The only real way is to Disable the account (untick "Enable this Account") in the Messages Menu > Preferences > Accounts.


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Yes, you can achieve your desired behavior without disabling Messages on your Mac. If you turn off notifications for Messages from within System Preferences, you will still receive the messages, but will not be notified that they came in. You can turn notifications off on the following screen. Simply click on "None", and deselect all the checkboxes, as ...


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Go to Messages on your Mac, open Preferences (in the menu bar, it's Messages > Preferences), click on Accounts, click on your Apple ID in the list of messaging accounts, and uncheck "Enable this account."



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