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There is an easy way to do that right in Gmail. In the settings tab, go to settings and first add a forwarding address under Forwarding and POP/IMAP. Enter the desired forwarding address and confirm it by entering the confirmation code or clicking on the confirmation link. Then go to the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab in settings. On the bottom of the ...


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I am looking for this also. This answer claims: "AppleScript doesn't offer any means of getting a list of replies to a message. My workaround is to get the message id of the message being replied to and search it in the sent messages." TimeToReply.com also provides a similar service, but they have locked out new users pending product updates (unfortunately, ...


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The Activity window doesn't offer any method for correcting problems anymore, but its status messages will alert you when something is going wrong with your mail service, and usually help you figure out what it is. If the Activity window shows problems with one or more of your Mail accounts, you'll want to try the two additional troubleshooting aids ...


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In the Window menu, there is the Connection Doctor, which has a checkbox, showing the toggle to enable / disable logging. You can also see at a glance in the menubar of the main Mail window, if it is enabled:


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I use RCDefaultApp to tweak this type of setting and many other. Note that while this is an older app nonetheless it still works with OS X 10.11.x too. It's a Preferences Pane style app and it's freeware. You can read more about it and see screenshots at the web site (linked above).


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You could also do this with Mail rules. The gmail method is better in that the forwarding happens when Mail isn't running, but you can set up a rule as follows: The rules section is just in Mail preferences. You might try redirect instead of forward and see which "mom" prefers. I also added a bonus action of marking the message read - you can explore ...


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I don't think it is directly possible. However, you can right-click on the attachment and select "Save to Downloads folder".



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