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You need to sign in to iCloud on your iPhone before it can receive messages via iMessage. After you do that, you can even receive iMessages sent to your email address if you register the address with your Apple ID.
After each recipient, press + to add another one. Tap into the “To” field and enter the first recipient, then tap the (+) plus button and add other recipients Source If you are manually typing numbers in, you can press return after each phone number to add another one.
In the messages prefs, under the messages tab do you have the "save history when conversations are closed" checked or not? I generally don't close my conversations so I haven't lost any of my messages but if you regularly close them then this might be the option to check, if you haven't already done so. Also if you have your main (Apple ID) account listed ...
I hate this too. I just wait until a message from someone else comes in. Or I've used my email to send a message to my phone so it provides a secondary text.
I have seen people set up iMessage in two ways: The default manner where you accept messages from all email, phone that you have attached to your Apple ID (and this implies that people can send you message to more than one "address" and that conversations will not be threaded). By restricting the receiving addressed so that people can only send you ...
As far as I know, iMessage consider them 2 different conversations. The only way to join them is to use just one address (phone number or mail)
I'm afraid I have to disagree. Here in Argentina those "scam" SMS are risky. The simple act of opening one of those messages allows the company to charge you a monthly fee just for receiving more SMS (scams) daily. I know it's an abuse from the phone company allowing this, but it's happening here. Consumers are not protected in Argentina, that's why they ...
10.8 is a bit more strict than previous versions, with respect to what should be a boolean value. If you change as below, it should work like you want. <key>LSUIElement</key> <true/> Note that in this mode, not only is an app hidden from the dock, but the menu bar does not display either when the program is active.
After many attempts trying to fix this glitch I have finally found the answer. I will explain step by step. Open up iMessage Quickly go back to the list of conversations before iMessage freezes Go into the conversation that causes the crash Click edit Clear all messages Go back before iMessage freezes Delete the conversation Completely close iMessage by ...
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