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I mess around with code & technology for a living


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answered How can I change a smart folder's icon without changing the default icon?
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comment How to keep mac, iphone, icloud and gmail contacts in sync?
Hi, just to be clear.... I'm only talking about contacts. Just modified to topics to make it even clearer. :) Also, ideally, I'd like to keep Gmail in the sync too.
Jan
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revised How to keep mac, iphone, icloud and gmail contacts in sync?
Clarifying I'm talking about contacts
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asked How to keep mac, iphone, icloud and gmail contacts in sync?
Dec
16
comment Avoid 'via gmail' for messages sent from my iPhone
Sorry, I probably didn't stress enough the importance of keeping all e-mail in a unique interface. As I said in the question, the @owndomain.com it's a forward only account. So what I am thinking now is... maybe redirecting all e-mail from the Google Apps account to Gmail. However, that creates duplicated e-mails, on the iPhone too. ¿right?
Dec
16
comment Avoid 'via gmail' for messages sent from my iPhone
I tried but that will still show the "via XXX" message though... right?
Dec
16
comment Avoid 'via gmail' for messages sent from my iPhone
Hi, thanks for your explanation, it's great. However, what I want to avoid is not the use of the comma trick but the "via XXXX" in Gmail. I believe your solution does not solve that. I am not sure anymore if it's even possible to do easily. :S
Dec
15
comment Avoid 'via gmail' for messages sent from my iPhone
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Dec
15
comment Avoid 'via gmail' for messages sent from my iPhone
So, how does that help setting up my domain as Google Apps then? Won't it show "via domain" anyway?
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asked Avoid 'via gmail' for messages sent from my iPhone
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Sep
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accepted Is there a way to power up a Mac Mini remotely?
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comment Is there a way to power up a Mac Mini remotely?
I guess it should work with ethernet. The problem is the Mac Mini can only be accessed via WiFi and there's no other computer to trigger the "wake up" packet. I guess the only way of doing this is just leave it always sleeping and use the remote or something. I miss good old days when Mac keyboards had a power button for the machine. :(
Sep
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comment Is there a way to power up a Mac Mini remotely?
Isn't this just to Wake from sleep? Not from OFF?