OS X V10.7 Lion :: Sent Folder On Gmail / How To Show TO Instead Of FROM
Jul 2, 2012
I am using Gmail with my Mac Mail in Lion, when i look at the "Sent" folder under the IMAP folders sections, it only shows me the From address, which is always from me!† How do I change the view to show me who I sent it TO in the message list?
If you click on your mac HD icon and go into the 'users' folder. Ther eis an icon with a house. This is what I think is called the 'home' folder. Usually, there is a folder in the 'Home' folder called 'Library' and I cant seem to locate it. Where did it go?
I have a 2012 Macbook Pro running Lion (as you can probably guess!), with a 512Gb SSD and 8Gb Ram. Its a pretty fast machine and i'm really happy with the way it runs, however when I open a folder to view files, it opens and shows a blank folder and then I get the black pinwheel in the bottom left/right hand side and I have to wait for sometimes over 30 seconds before the files in that folder are shown!?¬†
One thing to point out is that it doesn't always happen and its not restricted to particular folders. I can open a folder and it will show the files straight away, however I can re-open that folder and it will take up to 30 seconds to show the files...¬†
I've tried rebooting and running nothing, but it still happens. And I have also tried the normal disk utilities to check permissions, etc and I think these are fine too..¬†
Emails with attachments sent in iCloud on OS X Lion Mail do not show up in Sent Folder. I've tried removing and putting back my iCloud account already on my Mac... many times. I've run repair permissions -- no luck.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I don't like the way they took away the screen appearence in Lion. I mant my home folder back and I want to be able to see my Macintosh HD icons plus other things like my attached computers when connected.
Info: iMac (24-inch), Mac OS X (10.7.3), MacBook 13in, ipad 2
I'm trying to think of a way to mimic Gmail functionality without actually using a Google/ Gmail account. My work email account is an imap account which I would like to use on my Macbook, and also my iPad. The ideal situation would be for all of my folders, inbox, and sent emails to sync as if I were working on the same device.In other words, I would like to write an email from my iPad only to come back to my office and find a copy on my laptop. Is this possible? Is it merely a matter of adding the imap account to my iPad?
I currently have the account set up on my Macbook and iPhone. The iPhone functionality isn't great. Emails which I send from my iPhone do not appear in my sent emails on my Macbook. I'm looking to remedy this.
I have somehow ended up with two Gmail inbox lists after setting my Gmail account up in Mail. Hopefully the picture below can help, but I would like to know how to remove this second folder in the sidebar, just to make a bit of room and clean things up.
I am currently using a Gmail IMAP setup in Mail.app. Everything is working great, and with a Gmail Labs feature called Advanced IMAP Settings, I have hidden all of the main Gmail folders, like All Mail and Starred. I've already integrated folders like Sent and Trash with Mail.app's mailboxes.
Because of these, the [Gmail] folder in my account is completely empty. I now wish to remove it from the sidebar, since I don't need it there. How can I accomplish this?
Using the Apple Mail Client, my G-Mail account stops updating every couple weeks.¬† I found through forums that if I delete the offline cache folder (it's hidden, library-mail-account) everything goes back to normal.¬† Why is this happening and why hasn't it been fixed?
I have thousands of folders with images. I previously worked with ease in Windows because Explorer allowed me to view the contents of the folder without opening the folder. I could view and select in seconds.
Does Mac not have this capability that is found in Windows explorer? Do I need to set some permission in order to view the contents? I'm mystified as to why this isn't a set feature on the Mac. How do I get the contents of a folder in Mac to show *without* tediously opening up each folder?
The old computer was a Windows Vista with 10.6.040 itunes.¬† I copied the entire itunes folder to an external hard drive.¬† Interestingly, the media file in that folder was titled itunes music, not itunes media.¬†
the new computer is OX10.7 Lion.¬† No playlists, no purchased tab, but all the music is there.¬† ¬†
From what I read, the playlists should have come along.¬†
I have all my TV Shows on an external drive.¬†Sometimes, when I disconnect and then reconnect the external hard drive to my computer I have to drag and drop the files for them to show in my iTunes library and then Apple TV.¬†However, when I drag and drop the TV shows into iTunes, they somehow always seem to default to the Movies folder, I then have to edit them manually for them to only to show in the TV show folder. how I only get these files to appear in the TV show folder and not the movie one?
I had downloaded some music from the net and placed it under my home folder, music, iTunes, iTunes Music, Music.¬† Under iTunes Music is all of my music, including the new music I filed there.¬† But when I open the iTunes Program, the new music is not in my iTunes Library there.¬†how I can get my new purchase visible in my iTunes Library in my iTunes Program?¬† All of the other music in the file is visible.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Late 2008), Mac OS X (10.7.3), 2.93 Core2Duo, 8GB RAM, 320GB 7200
at the first time i did not operate my mac mini for 3 months.when i want operate they¬† like as usually but maybe on 5 minutes my mac¬† mini off power.now power is on again but when power on my mac mini loading to desktop suddenly appear question mark folder on monitor.
so i downloaded quicktime off apple.com because i accidentally deleted it....after i finished installing and everything i couldnt find it in my applications folder and i searched for quicktime on finder and it wouldnt show up....whats wrong?
I have used Macs since 1983 and for the life of me I can't figure this out. I can create a folder on the desktop, double click it, and the folder actions are there. I double click on the hard drive itself and no folder actions, and no way to get them back.
I've repaired permissions. I've used OnyX. I've used TinkerTool to see if there's some hidden options. I've Gotten info and Finder/Preferences -- Nothing.