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Per Microsoft: Microsoft prioritizes account security and works to prevent people from signing in without your permission. When we notice a sign-in attempt from a new location or device, we help protect the account by sending you an email message and an SMS alert. If your phone number or email changes, it's important to promptly update the security ...


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I think that is not Apple's fault, so you need to contact hotmail for a solution because the mail client works as expected. The mail provider send you such mails in most cases in order to notify about this kind of suspicious logins, so may they are also able to turn it off. [EDIT] Maybe the web client offers some settings for disabling such notifications.


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Mac Mail doesn't allow you to do that, but the Outlook client for macOS does.


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To implement server side rules, your server must support it. There’s nothing in Apple Mail that can enable something on the server if the server doesn’t support that feature. I searched Cox’s Support site for “server side rules” and found nothing. Additionally, I found this message Cox Email is a free service that was included with all Cox High ...


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Deleting the exchange account and then adding it back worked for me. But this takes a while to re-download all the emails :(.


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Mail doesn't have this feature out of the box but you can use your native Mac apps to schedule an email. My answer is based on macOS Catalina but it should be practically the same besides some minor differences, placement etc. Using Automator and Calendar: Create an email workflow using Automator; then Add the Automator workflow to a new Calendar event (...


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Try opening Gmail in the server, out of the app if it happened in-app. So log in to Gmail in the server, not in an app then try to send again. Or it could just be a temporary issue that may resolve itself in a matter of minutes


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Delete only work in some cases, check your email configuration before you act: if you're using POP3 or your IMAP settings are MOVING messages from the server into your local computer, deleting messages or attachments will result in loss of data. I would recommend trying with the mailbox rebuild procedure suggested above.


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You may need to rebuild a mailbox to update the list of messages it contains. For example, if messages appear to be missing or garbled, or if you can’t find all relevant messages when you search using the Entire Message search option. In the Mail app on your Mac, select a mailbox in the sidebar. Choose Mailbox > Rebuild. When you rebuild mailboxes for ...


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Apple's html editor doesn't engage in that level of formatting. It's still a throw back when mail was plain text and designed to let the receiver decide how to render line breaks and spacing as opposed to being a word processor. Some love this since it's optimized for simplicity, speed and clarity. Others despise it and want a heavy editing / formatting ...


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It's called an email alias. https://support.apple.com/guide/mail/use-email-aliases-mlhlp1205/13.0/mac/10.15 Create or change an alias In the Mail app on your Mac, choose Mail > Preferences, then click Accounts. Select an account, then click Account Information. Click the Email Address pop-up menu, choose Edit Email Addresses, then do one of ...


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I know it's a long time now that this question has been asked, but I did experience the same problem. I solved it by removing a file located in my preferences folder, that is : ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail.plist.lockfile Once I removed this file (after quitting Mail.app), the STMP server choice was "sticky" again.


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I know this is old but I just had this happen to me on iOS 13. I was trying to mark all email as read and slipped and marked everything as junk... After correcting that nightmare, I noticed my email showing on my phone was very old. I read the solution here about restoring the phone from the backup and I did not want to do that. So the solution I came up ...


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I had this problem for a while, but it seems, somehow, to have worked itself out (which is always worrying). To be more explicit: The problem started showing up, very suddenly, about two weeks ago. It affected my two macOS machines, one located at my institution, the other by broadband at home. I could get the messages fine via iOS or Outlook itself (...


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Currently there does not seem to be a way to include sent email in the VIP mailbox. According to Apple's Mail User Guide – Show emails from VIP senders in Mail on Mac: "Any messages in the Inbox from a VIP (even sent as part of a conversation) are displayed in a VIP mailbox." [emphasis added] The conditions for Smart Mailboxes also only offer Sender is ...


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