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I had the same problem. Fixed it by turning off all sharing (the checkbox options on the right of the panel), THEN trying to delete again.


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You shouldn't use your Google account password to sign in to a mail app. Instead, use an App Password. That's because most mail apps can't handle a two-factor auth code. For more information, visit https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/185833?hl=en. You can create an App Password at https://security.google.com/settings/security/apppasswords


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This happens when you have the contact's email address duplicated in another contact.


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I have the same intermittent problem. So far, the only solution I've found is to reboot my Mac. Cycling the Mail app doesn't work. (MacBook Air, MacOS 10.9.4)


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I finally found the answer on a different question: Preventing iCloud from syncing internet accounts in OS X Mavericks To summarize, you disable Keychain access on your mac, and then add the exchange account.


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The reason for this issue was the fact that I had set up the account as a POP account in apple mail. When IMAP is selected the following screen appears: and as can be seen the first item is the one I was looking for. Drafts : Store draft messages on the server. When the option above is not ticked the issue stops.


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I have not seen that exact behavior before, but have seen some strangeness in the message fields when the outgoing mail servers are not configured cleanly (or have some how gotten bungled). If the ideas previously presented don't work try going into Preferences --> Accounts --> Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) --> Edit SMTP List. In there, check to make sure ...


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Open your preferences and go to "composing" amd change the setting for "Send new messages from:", close the preferences, quit mail, and then reset your preference to what you want. If this doesn't work, make sure you don't have any Mail plugins installed. Check the folder(s) if they exist: $HOME/Library/Mail/V2/Bundles/ $HOME/Library/Mail/Bundles/


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So you've already set up two-step verification in Gmail... (If not, now is probably a good time to do so.) But now you can't use your regular old Gmail password to sync Gmail to your iOS Mail app. You will have to sign into Gmail on your phone using a special designated app password which you can find by signing into Google at your two-step settings page: ...


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Mail does not allow customisation of the app's badge in this way. You can provide feedback to Apple regarding this here: https://www.apple.com/feedback/macosx.html


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All you have to do is any of the following: hold down the Option key, while clicking on the 'trash can' at the top toolbar hold down the Option key, while clicking on the 'delete' at the top menubar hold down the Option key, while right-clicking on the desired emails and scroll down to select 'delete' hold down the Option key, while clicking on the delete ...


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GMail keeps no such logs, and neither does Mail.app Unfortunately, you're kind of stuck searching for the messages yourself. If you read a lot of text-based mail, and want a "buffer" of sorts to prevent yourself from doing this in the future, a command line mail client like Alpine can be configured to only synchronize changes like message flags/folders on ...


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I just had this same problem in Mavericks, I managed to solve the problem by following these steps: Take the pointer to an edge of the window that moved off screen, for example to the edge on the right. When you see the resize icon (in my case the horizontal resize icon) click and hold. While "holding down the click" drag the window. Voila!


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Is there a reason you're trying this particular approach? If your real question is how to send signed and encrypted email, I use GPG (through GPGTools). There is a plug-in that works with Thunderbird but I use Apple's Mail.


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I can only answer the Mac Mail part of this question as I do not want to test the Thunderbird part. I am just writing this part for the people who are not familiar with asymmetric encryption: In this form of encryption you need two keys, a private one and a public one. A certificate in that sense is nothing more than the public key but it has some more ...


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The version of Mail.app available to you to is pinned to the version of OS X you're running as it is considered a core application that is bundled, shipped and installed with the operating system. If you want a new version of Mail.app you'll need update OS X. Your iMac, assuming it's the Late 2006 model I think it is based on what you wrote, should be able ...


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This appears to be a problem with Google's SMTP servers, affecting all clients on all platforms (excluding web) and preventing the sending of email. This has now been fixed: This issue is now resolved. Thanks again for reporting this to us and for your continued patience while we worked to resolve it! ...


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There appears to be a problem on Gmail's side with their SMTP servers. This seems to have afflicted all non-browser based email clients that rely on SMTP and is apparently affecting a large number of users. By the looks of this thread, it appears that they are actively working on a solution. I think for now, all we can do is wait on google to hopefully fix ...


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Click the little disclosure triangle beside "Inbox" and Mail will show you the separate Inboxes.


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To expand on @user43521's answer, there are two ways to solve this problem: First solution: If you drag-and-drop files—even images—into Mail.app's compose window, they'll be sent as real attachments (Content-Disposition: attachment). Second solution: If you open a terminal and enter this command, it will always make attachments real attachments: ...



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