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Short answer message: URLs are persistent, but Mail needs to be restarted so that its message ID database gets updated and the URLs are properly resolved. You will have to restart Mail before using BusyCal. Alternatively, you could restart Mail in your script. Long answer After some tests I noticed that: message IDs don't change when a message is ...


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You could use a Mail Rule to redirect them to a specific folder, that will stop the notification, if your prefs are set accordingly. This is an example from my gateway notifications, which I don't need dinging & notifying every hour... Stop evaluating as the last step if you want no further action, otherwise the next rules will be applied, down the ...


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The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) defines that in a proper RFC, the RFC 6154. There you will find a list of special use mailbox denominations: \All This mailbox presents all messages in the user's message store. Implementations MAY omit some messages, such as, perhaps, those in \Trash and \Junk. When this special use is ...


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I found a fix, Use this extension for Mac Mail: http://universalmailer.github.io/UniversalMailer/download.html It is available under the MIT license, you have to pay for the ad free version, but there are these other benefits to using it.


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It's a workaround. But when you select the text you want to print. Right click and select under services the option 'New Text Edit window containing text' This opens the selected text in a new text edit file.. From there you can print.   How to turn it on If this option is not visible.. you can turn it on at System Preferences -> Keyboard -> ...


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You can disable the Mail.app as Default mail client and stop using it. In Firefox browser for example, go to the preferences and applications. The select which mail client is to be used. If you have made any email accounts remove them and it will stop bothering you. As others have explained removing it by force is possible but there are possible ...


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Yes, go to Calendar settings where you can choose defaults:


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Although Sorting by reply status is not possible, you can certainly Filter by reply status. Using Smart Folders you can collect all replied to messages in one 'folder' and unreplied to in another. These folders just gather the messages, they do not move them from their original folders unless you delete them. But this can help you keep mail sorted. Then ...


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I have seen this issue quite a few times and none of the solutions seemed to work very long. The issue kept on returning. I do think I found a cause - although I only test 4-5 times. It seems to be an issue that keychain access is open - strangely enough :) Close keychain down and mail works fine again without deleting anything


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As forcer obliquely mentioned SMTP is for sending mail. And one of the most popular programs to do that is called "Sendmail." Not that you need to know that, but hey... Anyway to be able to send and receive email you need both an SMTP server and an incoming mail server that speaks either POP or IMAP. I won't go into Exchange here as it is Microsoft's own ...


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Stars on Gmail are flags on Mail app. You can go ahead and remove the flags if you wish; the Flagged folder is a smart folder and removing the flags or stars will empty it. Or you can just leave them there, it depends on what you used Stars for. I wouldn't delete them though; while usually items in folders are just tags in Gmail, I'm not sure if deleting ...


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I have to remove a PGP plug-in from /Library/Mail/Bundles to get the Mail App running again.


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Open the Contacts app, select your own email address in the list of contacts. In the menu on top of the screen, go to "Card" -> "Make this my card". Reload calendar. Then it should work, you will get a notification popup with accept/decline buttons. (I just had the same problem, on a Mac running Yosemite) Source



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