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When you attach a folder to a email in Mail, even thought it looks like an individual folder in the email, both in the composed email and then the sent email, nonetheless the contents of the folder when sent, is zipped into a single .zip archive that is base64 encoded for transport. It is the .zip file that's received by others and there should not be a ...
You can find Mail's cached mails in ~/Library/Mail To see how much space this folder is using, either use Finder's Get Info or du -hs ~/Library/Mail To remove the folder and all its contents, either use Finder or rm -rf ~/Library/Mail AFAIK, I don't think you can stop Mail from caching received emails from your servers. There used to be an option ...
That's the way to do it, yes. You can even leave the To: part empty which then will result in Undisclosed recipients:.
It's a feature called Handoff OS X El Capitan: Pick up where you left off with Handoff With Handoff, you can start something on one device (Mac, iOS, or Apple Watch) and pick it up on another without losing focus on what you’re doing. For example, you can start writing an email on your Mac, then pick up where you left off in Mail on your ...
You can check Mailbox Behaviors in your Gmail account setting (under Accounts) and check Store deleted messages on the server. This will make your messages still available in other clients even if you delete them in the Mac where you have this setting. Reference: Mail (El Capitan): Mailbox Behaviors preferences
The layout is a bit different than in Thunderbird, but you can get threaded conversations by checking "Include related messages" in the Preferences panel: The result will be something like this: By choosing to "Use classic layout" you can get drop-downs for a thread, but it will only show messages from others, not from yourself. Your replies are shown ...
I guess you are using the Mail application by Apple. In this case, you just need to press the "double arrow" button, rather than the "single arrow", to reply to all the senders, as you can see here: Otherwise, you can use the shortcut Shift+Cmd+R to perform the same "reply to all" operation.
OS X only supports Microsoft Exchange, not Exchange ActiveSync. ActiveSync is only supported on iOS/Android This is why Mail will not connect but your iPhone and iPad will.
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