OS X Yosemite :: How To Delete Unread Messages Automatically From Mail

Dec 11, 2014

I was looking to create a rule that will delete any of my email from "Mail" that are older than 7 days, ....only problem is I don't see a rule for "unread Messages"

Mac Pro, iOS 7.0.4

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Mail Shows Number Of Unread Messages But No Messages?

Jun 30, 2012

The Apple Mail on my son's iMac 5, running OS X 10.6.8, shows the number of unread messages (9), but if I click on InBox, the messages themselves don't show up in the main window. This suddenly happened, and none of his old, read messages show up either. But he can access them just fine from his iPod, or through his Network Solutions web mail interface. Also, in Mail we can search part of his email address, and all the messages show up, read and unread! He has no rules set up. The connection doctor shows the connection is fine.

iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Mar 3, 2009

I use an IMAP email account (provided by AOL) and every time I send an email it then comes in to my AOL sent items folder and displays an unread count on mail.app. It's infuriating.

I think imap stores the sent mail on it's server and I think I'm subscribed to all these folders so when it receives my sent mail, it sends a copy back to me.

I have tried creating a rule that mark all messages from me as read, but to no avail, it still does it anyway.

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May 19, 2009

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The read message syncing works perfectly between the iPhone and web (i.e., if I read an unread message via the web it will be marked as read on the phone the next time the phone talks to the server and vice versa). However, it just doesn't work like this on the Mail app on my computer. If I read a message on the iPhone the message will stay marked as unread on the Mail app until I click on it.

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Sep 23, 2007

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OS X :: After 10.5.6 Mail Constantly Displaying 247 Unread Messages?

Dec 17, 2008

So I upgraded to 10.5.6, and then after reboot mail kept on bugging me for the password of an old account that I had set up a while back that is now disabled. I set the account to disabled and before 10.5.6 mail never bothered me about it, but in 10.5.6, no matter how many times I would hit "Cancel", it wouldn't do anything. So I just went in and deleted the account, then mail said that I have 247 unread messages in my mailbox(I set the total to be all mailboxes combined). However, in all the available mailboxes I have none. I have went through all the preferences files, even tried deleting the preference file and nothing worked.

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OS X :: Unread Mail Count Is Rising But Can't See Any Messages.?

Nov 8, 2009

The desktop icon for Mail shows I have unread mail. When I open mail, new messages appear to enter my Inbox. That is, Mail Activity shows a progress bar indicating 1, 2, 3 etc of 10 new messages are being brought into my Inbox. The unread mail tally increments but I cannot see any messages at all.

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Software :: Mac Mail Unread Messages Not Shown

Jan 7, 2006

My Mac Mail client is shows a non-zero count of unread messages in my inbox, but no unread messages are displayed in the inbox window. The count is increasing each time I receive new messages, but none of them ever show up in my inbox.

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Software :: Mail Not Counting Unread Messages Properly?

Sep 8, 2009

I have two Imap accounts, gmail and one other and often the Mail program does not properly count the number of messages that are left unread. Frequently I will read a message in the unified "inbox" and then the same message will still be left "unread" in the gmail inbox. I'm using Snow Leopard on a uMBP-17, however this problem has existed for years on my other MBP.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail Icon Shows Unread Messages That Are Not There

May 23, 2012

My Mail Icon shows 3 unread messages. When I open Mail, my iCloud account icon shows only 1 unread message which I cannot find. When I check iCloud.com, there are no unread messages. I have multiple accounts to access and multiple within each account. I have searched all accounts and files; I have checked "Mark all as Unread", then checked "Mark all as Read", but same reaction.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail Icon Not Showing Unread Email Messages

Mar 16, 2012

For some reason, my mail icon is no longer showing my badge icon displaying the number of unread emails I have.  Within mail, next to my mailbox, it no longer shows the number of unread emails either even though there are clearly email messages with the blue dot indicating they're unread.

Info:MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail.App No Longer Showing Badge Of How Many Unread Messages?

Jun 29, 2012

I have two accounts at the moment. One is [URL] and a second one [URL] The unread count badge appears perfectly on the first account, but not on the second account. I've tried the solution of deleting the files "Envelope Index". Does not work. 

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.7), 17' early 2011

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ICloud :: Mail On MacBook Pro Incorrectly Displays Number Of Unread Messages?

Mar 27, 2012

The iCloud account in Mail displays 1 unread message when all are read.  I am unable to "mark all messages as read" to remove the 1 unread message icon.  When I send multiple test emails to the iCloud account, it still only displays 1 unread message when there are more.  The iCloud account on my iOS devices correctly displays the number of unread email messages.

MacBook Pro 17, Mac OS X (10.7), iMac 24 iPhone 4 iPad 2

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail Showing One Unread Message When All Messages Are Marked As Read?

May 10, 2012

Wondering if anyone else was having any weird issues with their iCloud and unread count in the Mail app on their mac running lion? I can't seem to get rid of a phantom unread message. My iCloud account is fairly new so I don't have that many messages to go through so I know there is not an unread message any where.

iMac 27 in, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail - Number Of Unread Messages Missing In Mailbox List?

May 19, 2012

Although the number of unread messages is properly shown under Inbox on the Mailboxes list next to two of my three Mail accounts, the other one shows none when there some.  The quantity is also missing from the total number of messages next to Inbox when I collapse the list.  This was working fine for many years. 

iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail Badge Showing Wrong Number Of Unread Messages

Jun 26, 2012

Mail is showing one of my IMAP mailbox inboxes as having 8 unread messages, but there's only 1. I've created a smart mailbox to show only unread messages, and even though there's only one message in there, the badge on the smart mailbox also shows 8.I've quit and restarted Mail in case it was a cache problem, but that made no difference.

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OS X Yosemite :: Unread Apple Mail Showing As Read

Dec 3, 2014

I just converted a few of my Bluehost-hosted email accounts from POP to IMAP. These accounts and Apple Mail, itself, is on my hard drive (not in iCloud). For some reason, after about five minutes of sitting untouched in my Yosemite Apple Mail inbox, emails sent to these three addresses appear to be "read." The blue dots disappear, even though I haven't clicked on them. Seriously, they haven't been touched. That's not true of the email accounts I have with two other providers (CoreComm and GoDaddy) that I left as POP accounts. They stay marked as unread until I actually click on them. What could be causing this to happen?

iPhone 5, iOS 8.1.1, Mac OS 10.10.1

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Delete Mail On Computer And Have It Automatically Delete From IPhone As Well?

May 30, 2012

is there a way to delete mail on your computer and have it automatically delete from your iPhone as well?

MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), iOS 5.1.1

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Dec 6, 2014

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Apr 17, 2012

My MacBook Pro does not automatically check for new mail.  I can get new mail by closing the application and restarting it. How can I correct this?

Mail, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Oct 20, 2009

I find this maddening and have searched high and low for help, so hopefully you've got an answer.

In my Mail.app I have two accounts, one for personal email and one for work email. I also have a local mailbox titled "Submitted Forms." I receive forms from coworkers as PDFs in my work email account. I have a Mail rule established so that any email coming into my work email account meeting certain criteria (having an attached form, specified by name) is moved to the local mailbox "Submitted Forms." That all works fine. What I am trying to achieve, ideally using an applescript run by the rule, is to have any message that gets moved into that mailbox save its attachment to the desktop (or other destination folder). I have tried over a dozen similar-but-different example applescripts I've found online that claim to do this, but none seem to work. I've also tried tweeking each one with my limited knowledge of applescript to no avail. It really cannot be that hard for the computer to say "hey, there's a new message in that folder, I'll save its PDF to my desktop." Can it?

This is the basics of my goal. Ideally, the applescript/rule/computer would add the Received Date to the attachment name and would know whether it had already saved a given email's attachment(s), so as to reduce overwriting, possibly through read-status or flagging.

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Intel Mac :: Configuring Mail App To Automatically Remove Messages

May 31, 2012

I have an IMac desktop, a MacBook & a 4th generation IPod Touch. As it now stands whenever I receive email it goes to all 3 devices necessitating the need to physically read and/or delete the messages from all 3 devices. Is there some way to configure Mac Mail to eliminate these steps or do I just have to keep manually removing mail messages as I'm now doing?


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Jun 17, 2012

I've recently upgraded to OS X Lion and I have one issue with the mail program. When I click on an email message (spam or not) it automatically opens it up in the pane on the right. Is there any way to prevent this automatic opening of messages?

Info:MacBook Pro 17", 2.66 GHz i7, 4GB 1067 DDR3 RAM, OS X 10.6.4 /// iPhone 4, 32GB, iOS 4

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OS X :: How To Get Mail To Stop Automatically Downloading Messages From IMAP Accounts

Apr 25, 2008

Would like to manually check for messages for my IMAP accounts but mail seems to want to download them automatically no matter what.

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Sep 1, 2014

I've been using Apple Mail (version 7.3 (1878.6)) on my MacBook Pro 13" (9,2) (MacOS 10.9.4) for years to integrate my GMail, university, and other e-mail accounts in the imap mode. Since some weeks, Mail is behaving odd: some messages are sent automatically to the archive folder. That's quite annoying, as I have to move them manually back to the inbox folder, and sometimes I mess some messages. I did not change any config in Apple Mail or my e-mails servers.

MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.3)

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OS X Yosemite :: MAIL Will Not Send Messages From IMac?

Dec 6, 2014

Since loading Yosemite, MAIL will not send messages.  All settings are correct and Connection Doctor returns are all Greens.  

Error message says "host-89-240-162-4-as 13285.net [] "Client hostrejacted: Access denied yet my passwords are correct 

When I try to set up alternative SMTP server , MAIL always gets forced back to original server. 

iMac, OS X Yosemite (10.10.1)

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OS X Yosemite :: Mail Pull Up Automatically Since Upgrade?

Dec 7, 2014

Since upgrading to Yosemite on my imac, I've noticed that when I sign in, my mailbox pulls up and updates automatically.  I don't want to have my mail pull up everytime, its annoying, and cannot figure out how to turn this new feature off.

iMac, OS X Yosemite (10.10.1)

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OS X :: Cannot Delete Mail Messages?

Apr 15, 2010

I am unable to delete the messages in my mail. I am now up to 287, and rising steadily.

I must have made some setting error, but I am at a loss as to what went wrong.

How can I get rid of these mail messages?

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OS X Yosemite :: How To Find Folder In Which Pop Mail Messages Stored

Dec 2, 2014

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OS X Yosemite :: Rules Copying / Moving Messages In Mail 8.1

Dec 6, 2014

I have rules that sort new mail into a number of mailboxes on iCloud, and also copy the mail to similar mailboxes local to my desktop.  The rules seem to want the "move" action first, followed by the copy action, as no mater how I enter them, they are rearranged.  After I edit a rule and have the destination mailboxes set, they look OK, but then when I revisit the rule after saving, the destination mailboxes are changed.  I am not able to get this to work at all consistently.  I have about 30 rules to sort incoming mail. 

I want to do it this way so that I can get a local copy of my mail and also have a copy in the cloud for viewing with my mobile devices.  I eventually delete all the iCloud mail and archive the mail in local folders offline.  So it would be nice to be able to get the two copies of new mail in the cloud and locally to work. 

MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Yosemite (10.10.1)

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