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As far as I can tell, you can't. I have looked everywhere for this feature. I'd love for this answer to become wrong though.


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Thanks for this - I have now realised that the SMS does deliver the messages to iMessage even when out of wifi range. In fact, this makes it even more confusing. I am far from the only person - lots of my friends are also tearing their hair out as messages seem to 'dissapear'. It seems strange that the phone only allows you to do a universal 'off' for ...


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I just unsuccessfully did 28 for an event here in Denver.


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I was following along because I had the same iMessage problem and just today I finally got it to work. I logged out of messages and iCloud and all my Macs, both virtual and physical machines. I think it was a VM I last logged out of that got things going going again.


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I'll will show as sent at 3:45. Your phone only matters in terms of the message being delivered/read.


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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


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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


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I had a different problem with safari freezing when I swiped back a page. Resetting my PRAM fixed safari and also fixed the problem with Messages. Shut down your Mac. Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command (⌘), Option, P, and R. Turn on your Mac. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys immediately after you hear the startup sound. Hold these ...


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Use this apple self help tool to de-register your phone number from iMessage. At that point Imessage will still work with an email address. But you can't have it both ways, the problem you are encountering is that other phones ask the apple server if you are reachable by iMessage and if you are thats how the messages are routed. You didn't ask, but you ...


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I found that by unchecking the box 'enable this account' under my apple ID account and then rechecking it, the messages app registered my phone number as an option for sending and receiving.


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I think it is s matter of having wifi on at your Mac. Once it goes to sleep, wifi is off and you receive iMessages on your phone. Right now, the only thing I found that worked is either have your data on at all times on your phone or make sure your Mac is turned of when you leave.


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I was able to solve this by right-clicking Messages in the Dock, clicking on the unread messages that showed up in the resulting contextual menu (they happened to be SMSes added via Continuity), and responding to them.


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First of all you need to remove the Spy Softwares like SpymasterPro, Imobispy, Mspy etc which are available in the market. Then format your cell phone completely. In this way you can make your phone safe and secure.


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Yes, you can active iMessage on your mac with your Apple ID. "An error occred during activation. Try again" is very general message, Probably because of network problems or problems caused by apple service.


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Go to System Preferences Then click on Accounts And unclick on the iMessaging Service. It will say it is "inactive" This is for the latest version of Mac.


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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 ...


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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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Go to the "No longer have your iPhone?" section on https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage, then turn it on again on you iPhone.



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