Apple mail out of office rule is sending auto replies to all emails not just newly received emails--HELP!¬† I set up the rule according to another apple support thread and instead of only sending the reply to new mail received, it was sent to all messages I believe that were in my INBOX, I only had a few but several people that hadn't sent me emails since I set up the rule, received the OUT OF OFFICE reply.Here is the procedure I followed for the out of office rule-[URL]I just used my email account which is a business account- not an ECU account but these rules according to the apple thread apply for all emails.
Is it possible to create a WiFi-Hotspot from my MacBookPro if it's connected to a WiFi-Network? The reason why I'm asking this question is because in my school you can only connect Laptops to the WiFi. So I thought, I could create a Hotspot from my Mac to connect my iPhone to the Internet/Mac-Hotspot.
I have been sending duplicate emails inadvertently recently. It seems it's when I use mBox for mac (registered copy) in Mail to use my Hotmail with IMAP.†I hadn't noticed it at first, but now I see every time I send a mail I get 2 copies in my sent box. I can turn off the store sent messages on server option to fix it (but that's the whole point of having IMAP!). Or I can turn off mBox for mac and it also seems to work (but then I can't use IMAP!).
I've also tried on the same machine from gmail, and iCloud accounts (MobileMe), and I had no issue at all.†I've also tried 2 different Hotmail accounts, and both of them send double messages every time I send.†I think anyone still using a hotmail account will eventually install something like mBox for mac if they've gone Mac recently - as I have. I checked the mail headers of the 2 mails, and they are quite different (masked where appropriate) -
Mail 1 - From: xxxxx <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Test 19th Date: May 29, 2012 12:06:19 AM GMT+08:00 To: yyyyy <email@example.com> Content-Type: text/plain .....
Mail 2 - From: xxxxx <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Test 19th Date: May 29, 2012 12:06:19 AM GMT+08:00 To: yyyyy <email@example.com> X-Originating-Ip: [zzz.zzz.zzz.zzz] .....
Info: MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.4), Using Mail with mBox for mac
Suddenly Mail has stopped sending emails. Connection Doctor says server is 'offline' and I should ensure passwords and settings are correct. But I changed NOTHING - it just suddenly stopped sending and receiving!
I'm using a late 2012 iMac and a Retina MacBook Pro, both with very latest OS - same problem on both. I've restarted my TimeCapsule and BT HomeHub
When I send 1 email to 1 recipient from my gmail account on mac mail, the mail activity monitor on the bottom left indicates that I am sending 2, 3 or as many as 5 emails. It takes a long time to send when this happens. It only happens when I send from the gmail account and never from my other accounts. I have no "extra" mail in my sent folder. Is someone else sending email from my computer?
When I got my Mac, I added two email addresses (both Gmail server but different "@ portions" i.e. @gmail.com and @___.org). I've deleted the @___.org email because it didn't matter whether I sent it from one email or the other, they both end up in sent items of mny @___.org email. So even replies from my [URL] address gets sent to the other email.I've deleted the other email and I'm pretty sure I didn't link the two accounts on Gmail so I'm not sure what's happening.¬†
Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I use a 4G Galaxy Nexus to broadcast a private WPA2 network.¬† The 4G signal is always strong, and I've verified that the internet is active on the broadcasting device, and that other non-Apple devices maintain a solid connection.¬† However my macbook pro does not lose the network connection, the internet stops working only on the macbook pro and I must "turn Wifi Off" and back on using the top right menu icon in order for the internet connection to resume working on the laptop.¬†It will stop working every 5-10 minutes.
I went to send a message from my apple mail (gmail account) and it won't send.¬† Says smtp.gmail.com is offline.¬† I didn't change any settings but when I went in to check them, they were all gone.¬† I added back smtp.gmail.com under description and my complete email address under server name.¬† I then went to advanced settings and made sure the Use default ports (25, 465, 587) was checked and also Use Secure Sockets Layer was checked.¬† I chose Password for authentication and added my complete email address for user name with my password.¬† It still says I'm offline and won't sent a message.
If I send a msg from Apple Mail to i.e. Outlook Express. The same msg shows up with "clean" text formating. That will say, no formatting at all. See this screen: [URL:...] I have just gotten back to the Mac now from 10-11 months in hell with Windows-stuf, so I am really eager to get this fixed. In Apple Mail the same message looks this: [URL:...] I dont want to change to Entourage, so excellent if you can help me out with this.
I want to set up an account in Apple Mail that only is used for sending out messages (SMTP). The mailbox exists, but I want it POP-ed by another method.I figured out how to suppress fetching email automatically (Preferences > Accounts > Advanced), but that still fetches whenever I click the "Get Mail" button.Can I configure a mailbox that's simply unable to check mail, but can send it?
my Mail does not want to send any messages, it can however receive messages
1. making sure that the outgoing mail server are using default ports(25,465,587) 2. clicking mailbox -> synchronize all accounts 3. clicking mailbox -> take all accounts offline, then mailbox -> take all accounts online
A coworker in the office often sends me images for ads and jpgs with apple mail that come from her come through much smaller than they were sent to her, and they come in the body of the email instead of as an attachment. I've watched her do it and she is attaching correctly. PDFs come through just fine. Even when she just forwards an email with a jpg, it still comes through small and in the body of the email. Is there something in the preferences that needs to be changed? Any idea what might be happening. I use gmail myself so I'm not sure what to tinker with.
Recently, my Apple Mail has been sending from two to six copies of email, timed to the same minute. I've taken to using Thunderbied (which I don't prefer) to avoid it. My theory is that if I can reload Lion it might cure it, but since Lion only comes as a download, I don't know how.
I have been working quite happily with Mail and an imap gmail account for a couple of years until recently.¬† Now I can no longer send attachments and if I try to forward an email that has a bit going on in it like a group-on email or something similar it won't send that either.¬† I get a message¬†Cannot send message using the server [URL]:(my emailaddress)[URL]Sending the message content to the server failed¬†I have searched for answers all over the net, have tried google help pages that suggest I remove my email address from the outgoing server details but NOTHING works.¬†Today I finally gave up on Apple Mail and tried entourage - same result in that I couldn't send anything with attachements but a different error message.¬†
I hadn't changed anything when it stopped working and it can't be the settings because every now and then I get an attachment through.¬† There is lots on the net but I haven't found anything that works or all the stuff I am reading is really old.¬†and also, just to finally drive me over the edge I got sent an email with an attachment today that didn't come through onto my mac.¬† If I go onto gmail via safari there is my attachment.¬† In Mail, it doesn't even give me a hint that it's there
I've read all the proposed answers for enlarging text in the body of emails and none work for me. I have tried dragging the small a-large A icon to the taskbar but clicking it does nothing. In fact, none of the icons are functional. I can enlarge the text so it's readable (18 pt. or so) but then the recipient gets an email with overly enormous text. I only want to VIEW the text larger, say, 50% larger, because IT'S SO SMALL IT'S A STRAIN TO VIEW IT.¬†
I've got a work emailadress active on Apple Mail on my computer at work and I got the same account active on Outlook on my home computer. The thing is however that I'm receiving emails on Apple Mail that I'm not receiving in Outlook and vica versa.Does anyone have any experience with that? I couldn't find any similar problems on the internet.
I have 2 (Apple Mail and Entourage) clients storing 3 months of emails each and I want to merge them into Gmail. The messages no longer exist on the web-based servers and I heard IMAP might be in handy for transfering the messages to an online acct then transfering to gmail.
Any idea of how to do this with Entourage or Apple Mail?
BTW, they're both from the same email address, I just changed providors (hosting/email) during the 6 month period.