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Open Messages and open the preferences. Select the Apple ID you want to delete and then sign out. No more messages should arrive from that point on. You could reboot if you want to be sure things are reset.


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Share does does not provide the option to send via email or other options except send in iOS 7.


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You have two options to be able to access those deleted iMessages If you have a mac computer with the Messages application set up, you can view the messages in that app after deleting them from your phone. This will only work for iMessages and not text messages. You can restore your iPhone to a previous iCloud or iTunes backup to view the messages on your ...


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There is no feature to allow someone to sign in to a second Apple ID, so unless he guessed your new Apple ID and new password, he's not receiving your messages. You could enable two factor authentication to ensure no one easily signs in as you. There are forensic and legal ways to read people's messages - but they are generally complicated or costly. Most ...


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There is no way. iMessage is a proprietary service, and the sender needs access to the receiver's public key to send a message. Techcrunch explains the whitepaper Apple released on iMessage's implementation in this way: When someone starts an iMessage conversation with you, they fetch your public key(s) from Apple’s servers. Before that message leaves ...


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The answer to my non-syncing contacts in iMessage was to ensure that the international dialling code is added to all of my contacts as this is what our local network (Vodacom) uses. The system then successfully matches the number the network uses with the number in my contacts and then displays the name and picture successfully. Thank you for your help ...


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Flex works, download flex then install the patch "Remove your typing indicator on iMessenger"


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iMessage is designed to prefer sending a message over Apple's servers vs sending via the carrier's SMS system. When you send a message, iMessage checks to see if the recipient is registered with Apple's Messages server. If the target you are messaging is not registered with Apple's Messages server (ie they use an Android phone), your iPhone will send the ...


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As your device is registered with iMessage, their devices will attempt to send iMessage first. They need to change their setting to send as SMS if iMessage fails (Settings → iMessage).


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I had a similar problem. I believe this starts when you connect both you iOS device and your Mac to the same iMessages account. I never bothered to fix it on mine (I just stopped using it on my computer LOL). But I actually think I know what will fix it though. You can make a new Apple ID account for your iCloud and messages (still keep the old one for ...


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It's hard to figure out what's the actual problem without more information or being at the scene. Some simple fixes you may try: Restart your iPad. Make sure you are not in airplane mode. Make sure you have interact connection. You can test by browsing a webpage. Go to 'Contact's and double check if their phone numbers (including country code) and/or apple ...


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You can disable iMessages by having your teen go to settings and making all the changes she wants to the following items: iCloud Mail, Contacts, Calendars Messages Facetime Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and Vimeo Then you will want to observe that she turns off iMessages on the device and then lets you turn on restrictions with a PIN that you keep ...


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To disable iMessage on an iPhone. Within Settings... Go into Messages and turn iMessage off. Go into General and Restrictions. Enable Restrictions and enter a passcode, then near the bottom under "ALLOW CHANGES" go into Accounts and select "Don't allow changes". The second step is the important one. The first step is easy to reverse, but the second one ...


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Make sure TCP port 5223 is open through the VPN—this port is required by iMessage.


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iCloud Accounts are Personal, so this means, every Apple User should have an own iCloud Account. You can use your iCloud Accounr for the Store and iCloud Services and your husband can use it also in the Store. (Best way is to add first the new iCloud Account on your husbands Phone - switch to AppStore App - logout from iCloud Account - login with AppleID ...


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As mentioned, you should use a different Apple ID on each device, for Messaging. However, for the Store, you can use the same ID across devices to allow you to share apps, music and other purchased content.


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Use different Apple IDs on each device. Using the same Apple ID will mean that the devices will be indistinguishable to FaceTime/iMessage/etc.


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I had a similar problem, with the culprit being that iCloud got confused, and continued to send text messages as iMessages, so that my new phone (non-iphone) never got them. Turns out, in order to turn off iMessages settings, you must disable iMessage EVERYWHERE. If you turn off iMessages on a phone, and leave it on your iPad, it won't reset (this was my ...


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I have found that disabling and enabling FaceTime on both the iDevices and Macs can help solve iMessage problems.


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I had the same issue, that iMessages didn't show up on my Mac - only on the iDevices. The root cause was however, that iMessage was not active anymore on the iPhone, as pointed out by @chrismukherjee via In Settings > Messages the iMessage setting is turned on.


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I have had this happen on one of my Macbook pros. It turned out that the Macbook's serial number had been lost when after a hardware repair had been completed by a third party. If you go to About this Mac and choose More info you should see your serial number, if it is missing that could be the problem.


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Ok – think I've sorted it. I had to remove the email address from the Manage your Apple ID: https://appleid.apple.com/signin The email alias had become an Alternate Email address. Deleting it there removed it from iMessages after signing out and then back in.


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This might be a far shot but try removing and re-adding your credit card information in your apple ID.



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