ICloud :: How To STOP Receiving Unwanted 'Undisclosed Recipients' Email
May 7, 2012
In previous OS Mail I could bounce rubbish straight back to originator,and in most cases it stopped completely, but Lion has nothing! It is emasculated!Junk mail is limited and does not apply the filters I set to divert such email to 'Trash', the soft option Apple has settled for. Why has Apple removed Bounce feature since people like myself are plagued with 10 to 20 rubbish mails every day for 'Undisclosed Recepients'?
I am trying to send a group email. When I go to send the email I do not want it to real "undisclosed recipients" I would like when it shows up in their box it reads as the group email name I give it. I receive emails occasionally where people send group emails and it reads the group name they gave it not "undisclosed recipients" How do I accomplish this?
I have recieved e-mail with "undisclosed recipients" in the from box, I tried putting that in and putting all recipients in BCC but it would not send, I-cloud came back telling me recipient did not exist.
How can I "mute" my whife's calendar? I want to see it, but not receive her reminders and notifications. She has the same problem, she don't need to get a pop up every time I have a meeting. Is there a way to "mute" shared calendars?
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
Whenever I update anything on my shared calendar, all those who subscribe to it get an email/notification about what I've changed or added. Same if someone who I'm subscribed to updates anything on their calendar, I get an inbox full of emails telling me they have done so.†Am I able to stop sending these update emails/notifications? And/or is there a setting to stop receiving these update emails/notifications?
Not sure why this is happening, but I'm not getting all emails on iPhones and iPads. I've had several emails addressed to my me.com address that show up on my iMac and MacBook, but never show up on our iPhones or iPads. This applies only to my me.com stuff. Even an iTunes marketing email doesn't show up on my iPhone. ¬†
I just transitioned to iCould last week and that's when it started. All devices were converted to iCloud and the iMac and MacBook are set up as IMAP accounts.¬†
Info: iMac (21.5-inch Late 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.3), 1.5 GB DRAM
I am receiving emails every time my wife makes a change to her calendar which I am subscibed to. This did not happen before we recently upgraded our phone software, maybe thats involved, maybe not. I have checked and it appeears all of the boxes are unchecked that say "send email when there's a change". She is making the changes on her Macbook Pro.
My coworkers and I share numerous calendars using icloud. Recently we have began to receive a deluge of email notifications for every change, tweak, or addition made to the shared calendars. We have been using shared icloud ical calendars for over 8 months and have never had this issue until it started earlier this week.†My email inbox has become literally overrun with ical notification emails.
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'm in college and get a lot of emails from a lot of different groups and I often have reason to save them as a group in address book, but I usually stop once I realize that I need to add each of the people to my address book one by one, and then add them all to a group as I go.
Is there a way to streamline this? In an ideal world I would like to be able to create a new group in address book and just copy/click and drag all the address from the email to the group. But, like I said before the biggest issue right now is having to add each person to address book one at a time, simplifying that process alone would be a huge help. Any suggestions, is what I'm thinking of even possible?
We are arranging an honorary conference for a scholar at our university and we have many invitees. I want to send them an email with one text but I only need the recipient email to be shown when he or she receives the message. How can I do this in the mail application in my MacBook Pro?
I saved an email in Drafts a few days ago, and just sent it out recently. However, there was a problem during the sending. Several copies of the same email were sent to the recipient. After restarting my computer and the application a message keeps popping up stating: Some actions taken while the account "my acct name" was offline could not be completed online. Mail has undone actions on some messages so that you can redo the actions while online. Mail has saved other messages in mailbox "On My Mac" in "On My Mac" so that you can complete the actions while online.
Additional information: The connection to the server "imap.gmail.com" on port 993 timed out. or The IMAP command "APPEND" (to Drafts) failed with server error: Could not parse command. Along with this message the same email shows up in my Drafts folders. I've deleted many copies of them, but they keep coming back the same way. I'd also like to mention that that particular email account is not getting mail for me, but the app is getting mail for my other emails. All accounts are online. I'm not sure what to do.
I tried to send an email to almost 300 recipients through Mail. For whatever reason (not important to me for these purposes) the message cannot send on the server it attempted to use.†The message itself remains on my desktop, with a dropdown error message over it. Here's the problem: due to the number of recipients, the dropdown menu goes beyond the lower end of the monitor.
When I view the message in Mission Control I can see that there are options at the bottom of the error message like Edit Message, Try Later, and Try Selected Server, but I cannot click on any of those to try any of them. Also, Tab seems to have no effect on what button is highlighted, and Try Selected Server remains the active choice. If I press return it will try the same server that did not work and then the message remains. I have also tried going into the Outbox and deleting the message but that doesn't work either.
Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
Is there a way to do an e-mail merge? What I mean is I need individualized messages to multiple e-mail recipients. A regular mail merge just creates individual documents which you have to manually address and e-mail.
It used to be that when I selected a message in my IN box and pressed "delete," the message would end up in TRASH. Now when I press "delete," nothing happens. The message stares back at me without blinking.
Should I choose an alternate route: Mail > Message > Move To > Trash, again nothing happens.
How can I force my machine to delete unwanted email messages? I'm running Mail.app 1.3.11 on OSX 10.3.9.