Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

The pointer to /Applications/Mail.app/Contents/Resources/Message.css was great, and helped me resolve a similar problem with some Gmail replies containing <div class="gmail_default" style="font-size:small"> For Gmail, I found this resolves the problem for those: [style*="font-size:small"] { font-size: inherit !important; } You may want to also ...


-1

Does the RFC 822 Name in your certificate match the email address that you have listed in Apple Mail on your Mac? If you're not sure, double click on your certificate in Keychain Access to bring up the details and scroll down to the RFC 822 Name field. This email address must precisely match (including case sensitivity) the email address listed in your ...


0

I don't know exactly what happened, but the box comes and goes. I set the Archive box in the favorite toolbar so that I can bring it up when it's not showing itself.


0

If I got it right, you are having troubles with ONE certain e-mail address. Just searching for possible reason - have you tried to 'Add to Address Book' and then assign some different name/last name? Just for test? Will mail recognize it then? Then, did you check if Address Book actually keeps this particular contact in the account which you set as default ...


0

I assume you deleted the gmail account in Mail.app. Then you recreated it using Mail.app (+) to add new account. I assume you entered the correct IMAP info: Incoming mail imap.gmail.com Outgoing mail smtp.gmail.com You also did the "Enable this Account" in the Mail Preferences Accounts window. You also have the Port: 993 and Use SSL. You do not have ...


0

MailTabs previously would only install up to Lion. I just confirmed MailTabs can now install on Yosemite, since it seems to be detecting 10.10.1 as 10.1. Messages that are opened as separate windows will fill the window as if taking up a tab. The Shift-Command-LeftSquareBracket and Shift-Command-RightSquareBracket keys work in that you can navigate between ...


0

For Junk Mail, you can create a Rule. From the menu bar item “Mail”, select > Preferences > Rules > Add Rule. Make a rule with the following conditions: For Trash, you can simply bypass Mail’s Trash and rely on the server settings of the email account. To do so, from the “Mail” menu bar item (again) > Preferences > Accounts > [select account] > Mailbox ...


0

I had/have the same issue. With IMAP email server, if you have another computer, or phone, etc. checking mail from the same server it marks it as read in Mail. Change your settings (or remake a profile) to POP instead of IMAP. Solved for me.


0

D'oh! Finally figured it out, and it's all my fault. Setting visible:true is the key. The problem was that I was always editing the original scripts in my ~/Library/Scripts/ folder, but testing them by using the hot key I set up to trigger...duh...the Automated workflow files in ~/Library/Services, which I had not updated. Posting an answer in case someone ...


2

To forward with all headers intact, for phishing/fraud reporting etc, use Message > Forward as Attachment.


0

Select View → Message → Raw Source (⌥+⌘+U). This will display the full message (all headers included) in plain text as is received by the mail server.


0

In Mail go to the View menu, and choose Customize Toolbar. In the toolbar customization interface, drag the button for “Show (or hide) all headers” to the toolbar. It has a small magnifying glass and a little piece of mail on it. Then just click on that anytime you want to reveal a long header.


1

It appears to be a bug and has been reported to Apple. A discussion on the Apple forums mentions this same problem, OS X Yosemite mail stopped showing total inbox message count: This appears to be a bug. It is triggered when you view a smart folder - once you do, the count in the title bar will disappear until you restart mail. I filed this as a ...


0

I assume you are talking about same email with multiple messages (emails) in it. In order to print specific email embedded in that email chain: Select the single message window: It will have a highlighted border. The other emails will be separated with page separator. It looks like this (sorry I had to black out my personal info), but you can see 3 ...


1

The detailed Header view is a Menu bar Icon (you can set it up) that allows you to view headers from Received emails. To set it up right click on the mail menu bar and choose Customize. From the new screen drag the "All Headers" icon to your menu bar. Without some serious hacking, any email you send will also include the extended header information, same ...


0

Even if this is not the perfect solution, it maybe helps in your case. I hope you don't mind writing some html code. You can create a simple custom email template and apply it to your email after sharing the link from within Safari. Step 1: Prepare your template Open Mail.app and create a new email. Go to the File menu and choose 'Save as Stationery ...' ...


1

To modify Mail to use another language than the default system language open Terminal and enter defaults write com.apple.mail AppleLanguages ‘(“preferred_language”, “default_language”)’. In your example: defaults write com.apple.mail AppleLanguages ‘(“en”, “fi”)’ (assuming your default language is finnish)


-2

Use Thunderbird instead of Apple Mail.


1

I can see the attached image when I select add Signature: Do you have this? Does it work? I'm using 10.10.x


-1

yep, Yosemite is the biggest release ever. For sure the biggest bug release. Problem is caused by AirDrop which is so agressive that it causes network collisions all over. To shut it down and boost web & email type this in terminal: sudo ifconfig awdl0 down


0

GUI scripting is not that great. And can easily fail due to timing or GUI changes. But try this: set mboxSavePath to "/Users/simonepiersigilli/Desktop/e-mail/" tell application "Mail" to activate tell application "System Events" tell application process "Mail" click menu item 20 of menu 6 of menu bar 1 delay 2 keystroke "G" ...


0

It looks like you've manually set up your email account instead of using the wizard... you should be using IMap instead of POP with a Yahoo account. delete the account and re-add it using the wizard.


0

No, but Mailbox for Mac does. it's free, but you need a Dropbox account to use. http://www.mailboxapp.com/download/mac/ Don't forget to open Mail.app and go into settings and change the default email reader from Mail.app to Mailbox.app.


0

Mail.app and Contacts.app have no access to the "Others" group from gmail... however, if you compose all your gmail account messages in Mail.app on iOS or OS X instead of the gmail web client, they will autofill any addresses you have previously sent to.


0

You have a gmail account in your Apple mail. Gmail has something called "All mail", where it automatically stores all mail. When you enable that in the gmail Settings - Labels - Show in IMAP, it will show in your Apple Mail as "Archive" folder aka All Mail. If you disable it it will no longer show in Apple Mail, but it will remain in Google gmail.


0

Mail will ask you only one time, and if you deny it should stop asking. You can use the defaults write com.apple.mail SuppressAddressHistory -bool true However if you need to deny the access already given following are the instructions for that. According to OS X Man pages you can reset privacy for apps to use your address book. I did not try it since ...


0

Archive is a misnomer on Apple Mail. It is not Archived. It is actually the Goggles "All Mail" folder. If you do not want to see it in your Apple Mail disable it in Google Mail. Google will keep all your emails in it.


0

It would only possibly work if the mail accounts were POP accounts and you had your server settings configured to delete messages from the server when read. Most mail accounts now use IMAP which use different behaviors for message storage, both on the server and in the email clients. You could structure some Rules in Mail to accomplish what you're trying to ...


0

I had the same problem as you. I did some digging around and found a solution that used to work back in the OSX 10.8 days and stopped working with OSX 10.9. Oddly enough, it works again with OSX 10.10.1 and Mail 8.1 (1993). There are multiple parts to this - an AppleScript that you compile into an Application, a text file containing your random quotes, two ...


0

I had the same problem with Yosemite 10.10.1 and rebooting solved it.


0

Check this out. Seems like this is what you are looking for. http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/32744/herald/download


-2

Uncheck (Mail->Preferences->Viewing) 'Use classic layout'.


1

In Yosemite (I'm on 10.10.1) I can do the following: Mail > Preferences… Viewing Tab Uncheck "Use classic layout" Uncheck To/CC label in message list Uncheck Contact photos in message list List Preview: None In my toggling of options, the message pane itself disappeared. However it was made available via a grab handle at the right edge of the screen. I ...


1

In mail preference, I clicked 'use classic' in view box. Then went to the email window, grabbed the line at the top of the preview of the mail message and pulled it down to the bottom to close the preview pane. Then you will have only two columns, the mailbox column and the email messages list.


0

Gmail works on a system of "labels", which is represented in IMAP (a protocol used by email clients to talk to email servers) with traditional folders. The "tabs" you are referring to show up as "category:social", etc. in the search bar in Gmail when you click on them. There is no representation in Gmail's IMAP server for these categories, therefore Mail ...


0

Never mind. Despite the fact that the compose window shows the .svg as an attachment, if you send the email to yourself, it renders properly when you receive it.



Top 50 recent answers are included