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Not really. You can schedule do not disturb but not schedule a change of a contact from favorite to not favorite, so that option blocks all non-favorites on a temporary basis.


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You can try going to Messages.app's Preferences (Messages > Preferences) from the menu bar. Within it there should be a tab 'Accounts' for you to connect your work account to iMessage. If your account appears greyed out, click it and check 'Enable this account'.


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Install Karabiner Which can be found there: Karabiner: a keyboard customizer for OS X Make a private.xml Read the Karabiner documentation on the topic: private.xml Reference Manual Create the ${HOME}/Library/Application Support/Karabiner/private.xml with the following content: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <appdef> <appname>...


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The problem is someone refusing to support Concatenated SMS, as @Andrew Ferrier noted. in a comment on Stu's answer. The spec makes for very dense, acronym-rich reading. However, there's a section that's relatively readable, which reads: 3.8.3 Text concatenation If the concatenation mechanism described in subclause 9.2.3.24.1 is not ...


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Since Messages.app comes bundled with OS X, it seems that it got deleted somehow. To get the Messages app again (or any other pre-installed OS X app that is not available on the App Store), you will have to re-install OS X. The process does not erase any data. Alternatively, if you know someone who has the same OS X, you could copy Messages.app from their ...


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Here in iOS that's not currently possible, in fact when you've no connection and try to send a message, the Send button will be disabled, and even though you could successfully tap it before the connection goes off, the message wouldn't get sent and a red icon would appear on its right side, to alert you it was not sent and it won't until you don't get ...



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