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I found a solution in Mathias's dotfiles. In a Terminal window, type: defaults write com.apple.mail NSUserKeyEquivalents -dict-add "Send" "@\U21a9" Then restart Mail.app


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Inky mail does the similar work to GMail's: sorts messages into cathegories. However, it uses its own algorithm, not reusing GMail's existing tab sorting (so might be less intelligent, but works with any mail).


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you can also do custom vibration, which I found was great. under sounds --> new mail--> vibration-->custom--> create new vibration. Just tap it gently once only and remove our finger. Hit stop and then save. I found it this was much better than using any of the custom tones. Esp if you are your using your iphone for work and when its on the desk, it ...


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Start a new message Command ⌘ / n , then with that message front-most [this gives different choices than if the main window is at the front] View menu > Customise Toolbar... Drag the default set at the bottom into the toolbar, or just drag the Send icon back to where you'd like it.


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I tried the rebuild command on Lion. I expected a "short time" wait, but after hours, I'm still slowly recovering the lost content of all the messages, with no attachments at all... Now I remember why I had been reluctant to try that: instead of recovering the few missing attachments, I lost all of them (despite the proper download option in advance ...


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When you archive a message, it moves to the All Mail folder. It does not delete the message from the Gmail account. You can learn more about the Gmail archive feature in Gmail Help. Archive replaces all delete options when you use a Gmail account, including tapping the Trash icon while you view a message and selecting Edit to manage multiple messages. You ...


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This is pulled from your 'me' contact in Contacts.app.


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While searching for a solution I accidentally noticed that if you set the default "Swipe Right" to "Archive" it will show this message below: "Accounts that include Archive as a default action for swiping left will offer Trash for swiping right". I checked and now I get the Trash option as well! (even though the message doesn't make sense, we are setting ...


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In 10.9.5/Mavericks ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.mail/Data/Library/Mail Downloads/ Sort on date modified to get the latest folders.


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I also need this facility and just purchased " Emailganizer Pro. " It does expand and collapse folders... Can not say how thankful I am to have found this app. Just wish they did an iPad version, but at least I can now use email on my phone.


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You can setup iOS to send only, you just have to fool it :) Here is how I did it on iOS 7... If you have an existing GMail account setup in iPhone Mail, delete it. Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts... > Add Account From the list of choices, select Other Select Add Mail Account Fill in your details for your mail account, press Next Choose POP instead of IMAP ...


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Go Settings -> Mail, Go into Gmail account page in question. Select Account (with the arrow on the end) Select Advance (with the arrow on the end) In the 2nd Section called 'Move Discarded messages into:' Select 'Deleted Mailbox' rather than 'Archive Mailbox' Apple support page here


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You're in luck - it's there. You just need to swipe faster and further to the left. Make it a "full sweep" from right to left. This'll result in immediately deleting the mail message. In case you'll accidentally delete a message - which is imminent #imho - you simply "shake" your iPhone to ask you if you want to undo it. In case something is not working ...


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If you hold down the Option key, your Library folder (~/Library), which is normally hidden, will show up under the Finders Go menu. Just selected it (Go -> Library) and you will be there in the Finder.


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I'm going to go out on a limb and state that this isn't coded in the Mail app and that you'll need to hack the mail program (hard but not impossible) to change this. It's not looking like there are any hidden defaults you can set to revert this behavior.


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Simply copy that information, then in Finder window use the "Go" tab then paste the ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.mail/Data/Library/Preferences in to the pop up window and it will bring you to that place. There are 2 Library locations on your drive. One is the User Library, the other is the System Library


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I just noticed that there is a new toggle button available in Apple Mail when writing a new mail that lets me send the mail without digitally signing it:


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To install Mavericks, you need one of these Macs: iMac (Mid-2007 or later) MacBook (13-inch Aluminum, Late 2008), (13-inch, Early 2009 or later) MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid-2009 or later), MacBook Pro (15-inch or 17-inch, Mid/Late 2007 or later) MacBook Air (Late 2008 or later) Mac mini (Early 2009 or later) Mac Pro (Early 2008 or later) Xserve (Early 2009) ...


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Bug in Apple Mail, or more accurately, it's an incompatibility, an interoperability problem that Apple has not fixed.


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You can specify the labels shown in your IMAP client in Google Mail settings via the checkbox on the right side.


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I've been using Mail Act-On. It's overkill (does a lot more than just keep messages unread) and kind of pricey at $30 (with free trial), but since it's a paid app, they keep it up to date. Even when TruePreview was being maintained, it'd sometimes be weeks or months before it was updated to work with the latest version of OS X.


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Thanks for the suggestions, tried both with no luck, then I actually went in and made sure every setting was set the way I expected them to be set. Somehow, without my doing, the settings had been changed. I noticed this once before, my phone crashed and all of my custom ringtones/vibrations were unset for my contacts. Not lost, just unset. In case someone ...


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From OS X: Keyboard shortcuts: Command-Shift-Option-V: Apply the style of the surrounding text to the inserted object (Paste and Match Style)


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It really depends on what you're looking to optimize for, effort to implement or $$$ spent: 1) You could spring for Outlook for Mac which will know how to import your PST and will also make its contents indexable for spotlight. Downsides include the $$$ and the memory overhead involved in launching Outlook when you want to get into the details of an old ...


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I was able to get this working by adding a new account in Contacts.app. Contacts > Add Account... > Other contacts account... Countinue Change CardDAV to LDAP and enter the Server Address After doing this, Mail began to autocomplete addresses.


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It is correct that you can not choose signature after you started the reply using the "None" for Signatures and if you only have one signature on file. It will Automatically use NONE if that is your original setting in signatures. Here is my work around that: First the solution will allow you to normally start replies without Signature. If you now decide ...


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Open your Mail app and click EDIT in the top right corner... You will see the screen that posted below. Simply check the circles next to the email addresses for which you want to see separate in-boxes, then click DONE and back out of the screen. Das is ales, as solte nun arbeiten


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This happened to me today as well. I put it in Airplane mode, restarted, then turned off Airplane and voila! Good luck. - geri


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The root cause of this problem is that Finder by default searches "This Mac" - i.e. everywhere, including the Mail folders - so every search is dominated by dozens of unwanted email hits. Fortunately there's a simple solution: In Finder...Preferences...Advanced, select "Search the current folder". This will limit the search to whatever folder you were in ...


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right above your volume keys on the left side of your phone, you will see a knob.. make sure you dont see the orange mark. if your sounds setting is set on vibrate when silent and you see the orange mark on the knob above the volume knobs or keys your phone will vibrate when you receive new mail. left side meaning on the left of your phone not on the screen. ...


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To activate Outlook from Bash (assuming normal install): open /Applications/Microsoft\ Office\ 2011/Microsoft\ Outlook.app What did you want to do with it beyond that?


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Try GMailinator. It's free and doesn't require configuration or start any extra process. GMailinator may not as flexible as keyboard macro software while if you're looking for exactly gmail shortcuts, it's a good fit. BTW, if you don't have Xcode to build from source code, the compiled binary could be found at release tab.


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It is inconvenient, but if you add -kind:mail after your search term in the Finder, it will exclude Mail messages too.



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