I cannot receive mhy me.com email on Microsoft Outlook on my iMac. I keep getting the message, "Mail could not be received at this time. The server for account 'iCloud' returned the error 'Authentication failed.' Your username/password or security settings may be incorrect. Would you like to try re-entering your password?" Reentering the password seems to have no effect and the above message repeats itself.
When I want to save a file that somebody has attached to an email, I open the file - but I can only save a version (which I presume saves it back to the email). So I create a duplicate, and choose Save. In Save all I can see of my documents are the most recently used folders - and I can't see any subfolders. Frequently the folder that I want to save in isn't shown - and I can't find any way of revealing it. And if it is shown, I can't see any of the sub folders - so I have to go through the performance of saving it in one place and then opening the folders in Finder and moving it around - a ridiculously long winded task.
I am VERY new to Macs have always had PC,s. we are switching the house and personal laptops to Macs. My major problem at this time is email. Is there a way to add outlook express email to the mobile me email account?
I am very tired of "losing" messages because MacMail insists on linking messages, sent and/ or received, together, with no apparent logic sometimes. I just want all my sent messages separate and all received message likewise. Then I can always find what I want.
I've been using Macs, iPhones, and iPads for many years, but I've never tried to setup my work Exchange account with my Mac until I just purchased a MacBook Air as a second computer (to use partially for work). I was hoping that it would work just like it does on my iPhone and iPad and it appears like it should, but in Mail it just keeps syncing. It looks like most (I'm not sure if it's all) of my email has come in, but sending and receiving is very slow and it seems to be continuously syncing. I'm basing this on the appearance of the circling graphic just to the rght of the Inbox. This is the one that looks like spinning dashes in a circle, not the one that looks like a pie showing completion status of the sync. However, the Mail Activity box in the lower left doesn't show anything.
My company uses Microsoft Exchange 2010 and I'm running the latest and updated version of Lion (in fact it's one of the new Airs that just came out this week), so I'd expect this to work. Calendar and Contacts seem to be sycing just fine.
Does anybody have any expertise with this? I've already waited several hours and I've tried it for both mine and my wife's account (both Exchagne 2010) with the same result.
Info: MacBook Air (11-inch, Mid 2012), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
My .mac mail is being*received*on my blackberry but not on my mail programme on my laptop. My other email accounts are being received in mail on my laptop. Also Mail is running super slow and the only way to close it is through force quit.
The clock symbol is displayed next to the .mac account name in mail and even when i put the .mac account offline it keeps trying to download showing the ticking wheeling symbol or whatever it is called. Also when mail is open all other programmes run super slow and half the time safari does not work at all saying the system is not connected to the internet.
I have tried several times to send an email with a link to a tumblr blog and it is not being received by the recipients. It is in my sent items and I have not received a notification to say it has not been sent. If I send the same email without the hyperlink they recieve it. What is stopping this email from being sent properly and why am I not receiving a notification to say otherwise.
I cannot seem to get my iCloud calendar to stop sending email notifications to others for every single event I change. I've tried unchecking the box that says "email me when this calendar has changed", to no avail.
Info: MacBook Pro (17-inch Mid 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I was looking around in mail and I think it is really cool that u can add your own sound for when you receive a new email. 2 things would be nice. 1) Add a sound for each individual contact. 2) Mail sends you a txt message when you receive an email.
Recently, as in the past several days, my Safari has stopped playing linked videos in email people send me. They play on my wife's iMac but not on my MacBook Air. I don't think I've changed any preferences or settings.