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I don't know whether the OXS settings will propagate somehow to iPhone. Anyway I could find the following settings in OSX. Preferences > Accounts > Mailbox Behaviors Preferences > Junk Mail


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Solving this could actually be as simple as changing one of the preferences: Apple mail > preferences > composing ..check if "Send new messages from" is set to "Account of selected mailbox"


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For Yahoo mail Here's the essential steps to get it working. Server name should match your email Right outgoing mail port (465) is used Authentication method is Password Here's the step by step instructions: Get to Mail > Preferences and select the account you are working on. Check the Outgoing Mail Servers (SMTP) Click Edit SMTP Server List Add ...


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I do believe that Mail.app does not have the ability to log into a shared (group) mailbox as I do not believe it understands the things that Microsoft did (very strange and awful things...) to IMAP to get the functionality that they wanted in Outlook. For that you will need a copy of Outlook for the Mac, it may be available in the App store. not sure if it ...


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Simple answer: you can't hide the Archive folder from within the UI, or by any other method so far as I can tell. I haven't poked around in any .plist files or anything, though. Perhaps a .plist spelunker has a handy trick.


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I think this is not a problem of Apple Mail and your configuration, but more with Gmail. Are you able to send a mail from your alias via the Gmail website and is the sender address correct? If no, this may help you. Afterwards sending via your mail app should also work.


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Try this. Quit Mail, then go to your home folder's Library folder (*) and move the folder com.apple.mail from the Containers folder to your desktop. Start Mail up and see what what happens - hopefully it will start behaving again. If it does, trash the folder you moved to the desktop. We've had several instances of odd Mail behaviour and trashing the Mail ...


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You could do defaults write com.apple.Mail MarkAsReadDelay n Where n = delay in seconds (integer)


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It’s obscure: expand the VIP mailbox so the mailbox list on the left shows all your VIPs — each one has a separate mailbox go up to the View menu, select Sort By (!), and down the bottom you can choose Inbox Only or All Mailboxes Notes: despite appearing to be specific to each VIP, the setting seems to affect all of them at once you seem to have to ...


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Mail (menu) > Preferences... > Accounts > select the target account and under Account Information in the Full Name: field put the email address not the full name.


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My recommendation is to use Apple Mail's rules to customize how you want these displayed—you can make them stand out even more than a simple !! in the message list by setting up a Rule in Preferences: In this case, specify that you want to apply the rule to messages with high priority. Then choose the formatting that you want. I chose to list messages ...


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I had this same issue. I am using Mail version 8.2. I found this to be a fix for me. When I create a new account in Mac Mail, it shows the account name under "Inbox." Under that account name are four folders - Sent, Drafts, Junk, and Trash. You have to click on one folder at a time to highlight it, then in the top menu, select Mailbox > Use This Mailbox ...


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App store receipts are multipart mails, first part is text/plain, second is text/html. So in theory forwarding them should work just fine, in practice I see the same behavior you are seeing. So either forward them directly (not as attachment) or print a PDF first (which might be kind of hassle depending on how often you need to do it).


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A iTunes receipt is simply html [I don't have an actual App Store receipt to compare, but I would imagine it's the same] The header of the receipt itself is Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: QUOTED-PRINTABLE Content-Disposition: inline <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 ...


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I suggest using a daemon like SleepWatcher. Once you’ve installed SleepWatcher (ref. the README included with it), you can run commands like the following. /usr/local/sbin/sleepwatcher -s /path/to/sleepscript -w /path/to/wakeupscript The script #!/bin/sh osascript -e 'quit app "Mail"' will quit Mail, and the script #!/bin/sh open -a ...


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Answering (sort of) my own question. When making the screenshots I added to the question, I happened to turn off the "Organize by Conversation" option, and it suddenly worked! When clearing the search box, the selected message remains selected. Moreover, this also happens: Turn on "Organize by Conversation" Enter some search term Select a message Clear ...


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I found a solution http://best-mac-tips.com/2013/01/22/highlight-text-apple-mail/. It worked for me. Regards.


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To search the PDF contents embedded in an email using grep you are facing at least one if not two challenges. The first is that files embedded in an email are not preserved in their raw form and instead are encoded into plain text for transmission in the email message. The MIME format commonly used is Base64 but it's not always the case. You can find more ...


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When you do this, you should get a dropdown selection box that has your various email addresses in it. You can choose in there. If your gmail doesn't show up there, then go to iPhoto in the menu, click Preferences, click Accounts, click the plus, click Email, click Add, click Gmail, and provide the relevant info.


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When setting up your email account, make sure to choose POP3 instead of IMAP. It worked for me, and I had the exact same issue.


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Yeah, the only thing I can really think of is setting up stricter filtering rules with your host, be that iCloud or Gmail or whathaveyou. You can weirdly only do this for iCloud using their webmail interface. You might also try using SpamSieve on your OS X inbox to train mail to sort items as Good or Junk; I believe those designations once determined are ...


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To add another email address to an account you add it to the email field. Each address is separated by a comma. "," But note just because you can add it does not mean you email provider will accept an address from a different provider/domain.


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option and the up arrow. If you are using outlook on a mac, this is the fastest way to get to the top. I hope that helps because I had the same problem.


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I struggle with the same problems. The answer is that there currently unfortunately is neither a plugin nor a hook for manually solving this problem. For details look here: http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/67082/93032 Some workarounds for the problem can be found here: Mail.app extension to avoid sending email from the wrong account?


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The link in the accepted answer is dead. I've been able to solve this using the following AppleScript: using terms from application "Mail" on perform mail action with messages theMessages tell application "Mail" set read status of messages of mailbox "Bulk Mail" of account "Yahoo!" to true end tell end perform mail action ...


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In 10.10 I use the following series of actions attached to a keyboard shortcut using BetterTouchTool (although it should work for older versions on OS X): Send Ctrl+Cmd+F to Mail (tells Mail.app to exit fullscreen) Wait 3 seconds (waits for app to properly exit fullscreen - adjust to your system's speed) Send Cmd+O to Mail (opens selected message in new ...


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AFAIK, there is no real possibility to disable the caching on mail. What you could do is: reduce the IMAP folder size directly in Gmail : Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP > Folder Size Limits > Limit IMAP folders to contain no more than this many messages = 1000


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I'm going to assume you are using Mail 8.2. Have you checked the permissions on the SmartMailBoxesLocalProperties.plist in ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData? For reference my plist -rw-r--r@. When you state new smart mailboxes are working, does this mean they aren't being saved also? The fact that new mailboxes aren't working either seems to point to a ...


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Rebuild; Re-index Source: How to fix Apple Mail by rebuilding and reindexing the Mailbox Step 1: Rebuild Rebuilding a Mailbox in Mail sounds daunting but it really isn't. Launch Mail, select one of your mailboxes and click on the Mailbox menu. At the bottom of the pane choose the Rebuild option. If you have a large mailbox, you can expect ...


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Karabiner This will do exactly what you're looking for, I think this is the setting you're looking for too.



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