I work at a company that uses Outlook and Exchange. I link my iPhone as well as my iMac at home. Everything was working great until lately. I've noticed that many of my events have been somehow converted into meetings. I'm suspecting my recent upgrade to Mavericks to be the culprit here. This brings to mind two important questions. [more inside]
I have a Mac (Mavericks) and iPhone (iOS 7), and I use the Mac mail client for both. My email is hosted on Google for domains. Some time in the past few months, my mail has started putting perfectly legitimate mail into my Junk folder. It's not marked as junk- I've turned off junk mail filtering altogether, so I don't even have that option anymore, and by my logic nothing should wind up in my Junk folder at all at this point. How can I get my mail to behave properly? [more inside]
I'm an inbox zero guy - I'm at my end with Apple Mail. I think I need to move to a new tool - Thunderbird? Outlook? Please hope me! [more inside]
How can I prevent the default iPhone mail.app from showing ALL my emails in the inbox as well as in their respective folders? [more inside]
I have a monitor attached to my iMac, which is running 10.8.4. I use the dock to switch between open windows and programs. Until this morning this was never a problem -- I could leave a pdf open on one screen to refer to, and open Mail on the other screen. This meant I could look at what I was writing about. [more inside]
Is there a IMAP Mail Checker for Mac OSX? [more inside]
Looking for best practices for home data security for an exclusively Mac household. [more inside]
Mac mail sends with one gmail account but the recipient sees it sent from another gmail account. Help? [more inside]
I'm basically one of Pavlov's dogs when it comes to email. So let's address the salt and bells of today's technology.
What's the best way to filter mail on the mail app for mac? [more inside]
Following a power shortage, Mail has "forgotten" everything, and greets me with the Welcome to Mail set-up assisting prompt. [more inside]
For several days I had an intermittent problem sending email from my Mac Mail program. I have three addresses set up through the program, including my main account (from my own website) that i have used for more than two years. Now the smtp is rejecting me. [more inside]
Using Imap to forward GMail to Apple Mail, but outgoing messages are landing in [Imap]/Drafts folder
I am using IMAP to forward GMail to Apple Mail, but outgoing messages keep landing in a folder called [Imap]/Drafts instead of sending. Why? [more inside]
How can I enable the "From" column in Apple Mail again? [more inside]
I'd like to do a clean install on my iMac 24" with Leopard. I have routine backups with Time Machine and a recent CarbonCopy of the hard drive. After the clean install, the only information I want to access is my saved emails. How can I save or access or import old emails?
Why can't I get mail.app to stop launching and to get my mailto links to load in safari under my gmail account instead? [more inside]
I found an archive of old mail I got in the late 90's using Outlook Express 4 (OE4). The files are in .mbx format, not in .dbx (and certainly not in standard mbox). Opening the files in an hex editor allows me to view the content of those mailboxes. Is there anyway to convert that mail archive into something more usable for Mac OS X (or Linux)? [more inside]
How can I start using OS X .Mail App when I'm so in love with Gmail on the web? [more inside]
I switched to mac recently, and hate applemail. [more inside]
Mac Mail: How can I send email from a different address without check that address inbox? [more inside]
I have a CD with mail archived from Outlook Express in .dbx files (misc.dbx, work.dbx, personal.dbx, inbox.dbx, etc.). It contains old reviews and resumes that I need details from. I now have a Mac (with Mail.app only) and I can't figure out how to open or convert them. I don't even need to import them into Mail--having them export to simple individual text files would be fine. I just want to be able to read the content. [more inside]
Macfilter: why does Mail keep launching itself? [more inside]
Is there a way to disable Mail.app on my mac (OS 10.4.11)? It pops up whenever I mistakenly click on a mailto link. I don't use it for my email, so it's really annoying. [more inside]
Apple mail has suddenly started marking every new sent mail and every new deleted mail as unread. any way to turn that behavior off? [more inside]
Where did my email go? Mail.app has lost an important email message that is stuck somewhere in between sending on my end and receiving on the receiver's end. How can I get it back? [more inside]
Is there an app/script/somethin'-sweet I can install on my Mac(s) that will allow me to organize my email INBOX? [more inside]
I created an Automator Workflow to do a daily automatic offsite backup of my documents. The only snag is that when I get my mac's Mail program to send the email to my gmail account, most of the time the message just sits in the outbox and doesn't actually send; but sometimes it starts sending right away. What gives?
Why are my image attachments (from Mail.app) suddenly not going through to Windows (specifically Eudora) users? I have "Always Send Windows Friendly Attachments" checked. [more inside]
Mail won't let me delete one particular email! [more inside]
MacFilter: The keyboard shortcut in Mail to make bold text doesn't work properly. [more inside]
I just updated my mac OS to 10.4.11 and now whenever I use mail (either typing in or pasting into it) the spacing gets all weird - I lose line breaks, I lose spaces in between words. Please help.
Help me open an Apple Mail attachment on my Windows PC. [more inside]
I manage a small network of users, and currently we are using Google Apps for our domain, and getting mail via POP. I'd very much like to fake IMAP access to Google by creating an intermediary/shadow account (either on our web host, or on our local Apple XServe running OS X 10.4 Server) and configuring it like so: 1. Set Google address to forward automatically to shadow account. 2. Set desktops to check mail through shadow account, but send email through Google's SMTP servers, to keep conversations in tact. [more inside]
Why does Apple Mail stop receiving new messages? [more inside]
Apple Mail has suddenly stopped retrieving my messages... [more inside]
I have foolishly deleted my entire Apple Mail inbox and unwittingly deleted its trash before realizing this fact. Can anyone help me recover four years of personal and school correspondence? [more inside]
In Entourage 2004, with an exchange account, is there a way to immediately delete selected messages without first having to move them to the Deleted Items folder? [more inside]
Very simple. How can I set up a rule in apple mail to disregard foreign languages (particularly asian and cyrillic languages)? [more inside]
What is the best use you've seen made of a .Mac account? [more inside]
A good friend of mine uses the application BULK MAILER+ to maintain an address list for an academic organization. He uses various flags in the notes field to sort addresses by membership year, indicate specific officers of the organization, whether or not they organize sessions at each year's annual meeting, etc. However, now he's on OSX and we're wondering if the only option is to run the app in Classic (Satori Software seems to have no intention of creating an OSX version) - or is there something else he should be using?
I am trying to import Mail Folders from Thunderbird into Mac Mail. [more inside]
Mac OS X Mail.app putting annoying line breaks into long URLs. [more inside] [more inside]
What is a good Mail application for Mac OS X (10.3.5)? Requirements: can send html email, generally produces "windows friendly" formatting. [slightly more inside] [more inside]
I upgraded my mac to 10.3.5, and my Safari, Mail, and Help won't open now. I followed the instructions on the apple support site and did what they said, but they still won't work. Itunes works, and all other apps. I switched to eudora and netscape for now, but would rather stay with Mail and Safari. Any ideas?
In Apple's OS X, the icon for "Mail" depicts a postage stamp with the words "Hello from C_________." I can't read it. What does it say? It's not Cupertino or California. Or maybe Cocoa?