You can add HTML img tags (linking to your social images) by manually editing your Mail.app email signature files. These will NOT show as an attachment on the recipient's email. Of course these will only work if the recipient's email client loads remote images.
The .mailsignature files will be in one of two locations depending on whether ...
You can add HTML img tags (linking to your tracking pixel) by manually editing your Mail.app email signature files. Of course these will only work if the recipient's email client loads remote images.
The .mailsignature files will be in one of two locations depending on whether or not the email using the signature is an iCloud account.
Don't know what your current settings are, But for future safety, in mail → preferences → accounts → mailbox behaviours, keep trash mails for a month. In case they were deleted by an inadvertent action.
If there were a backup, ~/Library/Mail/Vx (where x is a number) would have the mails. You can try though.
You can also ask your IT department(if any) to ...
Can you explain how the Keychain was messed up? Do you mean that you deselected it within iCloud settings?
Or, did you go to the Keychain Access app and eradicate the entire keychain? If you reset the default keychain, there is no way to restore this.
As of Sep 3, 2019, version: 6.0.190811, you can Choose to be asked before external images are displayed automatically.
To enable this for new incoming messages, go to Settings > specific account > Images and select Ask before displaying external images.
Gmail App - Account Settings - General
As of Aug, 2019, the situation is still unresolved.
After a conversation with Apple Support it transpired that the ability to change an AppleID that ends with @icloud.com to a mail alias that end in @icloud.com is not implemented.
However, it is possible to do this if your mail alias end in @me.com or @mac.com, which is what the support article mentioned ...
I believe I've figured this out. This is the well known Gcal spam, but in my case, at least, and I assume @derpymcderpson's case, the Google calendar is linked to Calendar.app (formerly iCal). That means that an email alarm from Calendar when the Gcal spam is added sends an email from your primary email account using Apple Mail (or, more specifically, ...
Harder way! If you know the contents of the mail search for it in ~/Library/Mail, and go to path like
V6 may be different for other versions of macOS or Mail. For partial emails, remote content might be needed to download first.
Actually that functionality is beyond simple. Drag the email from the Mail.app window to the desktop. When you reach the desktop the pointer then contains acircular green "+"
Drop the email there and you now have a single message as an .eml file
A theoretical solution...
I find my Mac Mail signatures are stored in the folder at ~/Library/Mail/V6/MailData/Signatures. You may be able to copy the contents of the folder at this location from one computer to another.
Hit ⇧⌘G (or Go > Go to Folder... in the Finder) and enter ~/Library/Mail/V6/MailData on the computer that has the signatures you wish to ...
Tons of mails in a draft state is how things worked before IMAP and mail sync on iOS got better at handling this. Especially with gmail, this was a routine thing - dozens of drafts saved (littered) along the way.
I think you are fine if you know you have a secure password, aren’t seeing actual mails sent and can delete the mails. Extra bonus on the multi ...
This is definitely something they should have implemented by now since large umbers of people are now using their smart phones as their primary email reader.
Currently, this is how I'd do it:
In iOS Mail tap on the Search field at top of screen
Type [SPAM] in the search field
The screen will show results under various headings
Swipe up until you see the ...