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I'm having the exact same issue - Moved from Exchange to Exchange Online/365 and I can't remove the old account from Outlook for Mac 2011 (using Settings / Accounts / Delete). Outlook crashes every time. Same if I go into Work Offline mode, unfortunately. After some googling, I found this link to manually remove the account: ...


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This does the trick for me. sudo su To get some root privileges and the # prompt, then kill the processes. killall -vu username -HUP And if it´s not all gone. Nuke em! killall -vu username -9


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You can also disable the autorun volume on the phone: Settings > Apps > All > HTC Sync Manager Tap "Disable", for good measure tap "Force stop" and "Clear data"


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You have just duplicated the first part of the "why is my Mac crashing?" troubleshooting steps. If it works fine under one user and the other user, not so much then the problem is not with the O/S it is something specific to the user. Steps to fix this include booting into Safe Mode (hold Shift while booting) and logging into that account. Take the ...


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Yosemite reinstall might fix that, but if you have some crazy app it might kill it again. I assume you did the Apple Hardware test, but since one user works i doubt that. If it does, try loading in Safe mode (to exclude non apple apps), and if it hangs it might be a apple stuff. If necessary, start in Verbose mode to see where it hangs up with the ...


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Found the answer that works from in a 4 year old post on this board. This creates the user, and the group, with the specific gid. dscl . -create /Users/vmail UniqueID 5000 PrimaryGroupID 5000 RealName "vmail" It can be checked, because it runs silently, with the following. The command in my case gives the following output. bash-3.2# dscl . -read ...


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On Mac OS X, you can change a UID of a local user using System Preferences > Users & Groups. Open the padlock there to allow changes to be made and then right-click on the user you like to change. NOTE: You should not be logged in to that account at the time you do the change. Also, POSIX permissions will follow the UID, so after changing it you may ...


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I can see two options: Delete the jenkins user, create it again (with a unique UID this time), then repeat all the commands you used to create its files. This is probably the best option if you haven't created any extra data or customization since the jenkins was created. Be careful when deleting the jenkins user to make sure you don't delete ...



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