ICloud :: Multiple Attachment Download In Mail

Apr 16, 2012

Have an email with 18 attachments (word and excel stuff) is my only option to click (or right-click) each one to download them?? or is there a quicker (read simpler) way.This is via web browser iCloud, as I'm running an older macbook Pro.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: Unable To Save Mail Attachment - Verify Download Folder Writable

Sep 1, 2009

I'm having a problem with Apple Mail. It won't let me open .doc attachments in a compose window, yet I can open .docx attachments without issue. For example, when I compose a new message and attach a document, I like to double click the attachment within the message to confirm that I'm sending the right file to my client.

With 10.5, this wasn't an issue. Everything opened as expected. But with 10.6, I get an error message that says "Mail was unable to save the attachment "file_name" to disk. Verify that your downloads folder exists and is writable." Again, this is ONLY happening with .doc files and it happens no matter which account in Mail I choose to send from.

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OS X Mountain Lion :: Ability To Download Attachment From Inside Mail Disappeared

Aug 29, 2014

Normally when I opened an email that had an attachment (like my paystub pdf), there was a down arrow under the header line in the upper right corner that allowed me to download the attachment.  Suddenly it is gone - and gone on all my past emails that I have done this with. 

Where this would suddenly go??

iMac, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.5)

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ICloud :: Sync Mac Mail Settings Across Multiple Devices?

Mar 1, 2012

So... I used to use MobileMe, and now we have iCloud.  :|  Grrr. 

I switched back to Mac Mail after using Gmail for a while... but I have like 10 email accounts, all their own IMAP setups.  I just added them all to my desktop Mac last night. 

I'd like them (and all mail rules, etc) to also show up on my iPhone and my iPad and my Mac Air.  This used to be doable with MobileMe.

Is there any way to do this now?  Best I can tell, unless I'm missing something, iCloud only syncs the iCloud mail account itself. 

iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.2)

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ICloud :: Email Doesn't Download To Mail

Jul 2, 2012

Why doesn't e-mail download to Mail?I can only view it on my Web browser.

Info:MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Problem: emails have stopped downl

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ICloud :: Mail Doesn't Download On Snow Leopard?

Jun 11, 2012

Mail won't download on my Snow Leopard Macbook Air.  Activity icon keeps spinning then it asks for my MobileMe password and keeps spinning.  What's the issue?  I have iCloud on my Lion Mac Mini and iPohne 4S and they work fine.  Is this the same old legacy system not supported aggravation?

MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Applications :: Cannot Download / View Attachment (Large Or Zip Files)

Feb 19, 2009

When I get an attachment like a word doc, some really small file, I have no problem to download/view it. But in the same mail, if there's one bigger file, powerpoint/zip etc, no matter how many times I tried to save it, view it, download it, I just have no way to do it. I am using Mac OS x.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Cannot Send Email With Attachment Using Server (ICloud)

Jul 4, 2012

When I attempt to send email with attachment I get an error message that says "cannot send message using the server ICloud (Icloud)" sending the message content to the server failed.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Can't Send 24kb Attachment Using ICloud (paid) Server

Apr 29, 2012

Using Mail 5.2, on OS 10.7.3, and have icloud paid storage ($40 plan; 25 gb total storage).  Using icloud mail server, the server times out when I'm sending emails with attachments.  Any attachment of 20-something kb gets me an outgoing message action bar with the horizontal blue meter slowly counting out the kb per second until it times about about 60 seconds later and I get a mail message telling me "Cannot send message using the server... icloud.  Sending the message content to the server failed." 

What is going on?  I'm making an assumption that icloud server is limiting this.  (I should say my internet service provider is verizon, and I know that they limit the kb I can send electronically.  When I tried to send a simple 33 kb email w/ attachment I did get a different message saying verizon wouldn't let me send because it was over their data limit of 25kb per email.)  My belief was that if I was using the FREE icloud I was limited to some smal kb, but I'm a paying customer.  Doesn't this get me something like 250 kb of data sending?   

I need to be able to send reasonable amounts of data from my computer by email.  (Note, I've compressed the files - which only saved 2 kb.)

MacBook 2.4 Ghz, 4 GB ram, 15' Powebook G4, 1.25 ghz, superdrive, Mac OS X (10.5.7), iphone, ipods, time capsule, airport express/extreme, apple TV

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OS X :: Right Click For Attachment In Mail For Mac?

Feb 22, 2010

I used to do this all the time in windows, is it possible to do on a mac?

Right click a file, and open it as an attachment in Mail?

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OS X :: Any Keyboard Shortcut To Mail An Attachment?

Mar 29, 2009

Is there a keyboard shortcut in Mail or Finder to email a selected file(s) as an attachment? I'm thinking of something analogous to how shift-command-i in Safari automatically pastes a link to whatever you're viewing into an e-mail message, for you to address and send.

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OS X :: Use Specified Program To Open Mail Attachment

Aug 6, 2009

I have a mail attachement with the extension .gem, and I would like to use that attachment as the argument to a java .jar program. I've figured out how to start the java program using a shell script like this:
java -jar /Users/geoff/Programs/program.jar $1
If I name this script program.sh and change the permissions to allow execution, I can successfully run the program by typing this in a terminal window:
./program.sh filename.gem

However, when I try to open the attachement filename.gem from mail, it won't let me use program.sh to open the attachment. The OS seems to make a distinction between a file and an application that is independent of the execute permission on the file. After doing some reading about this, I tried Automator. One of the Automator actions is to execute a shell script, so I added that action to my Automator project and typed in my command:
java -jar /Users/geoff/Programs/program.jar $1

I also changed to input from options from "stdin" to "argument". I then saved the Automator project, and was able to associate that project with the .gem file attachment from mail. The java program started, but behaved as if the $1 argument was not included. (Perhaps I just need to leave out the "$1" in my Automator command, trusting Automator to insert the argument in the proper place. If that theory is correct, my program is interpreting the text "$1" as an argument, which would be consistent with the behavior that I'm seeing.) I've seen other suggestions to use AppleScript, but it seems to me that there ought to be some simple way to do this. (I just got a Mac, by the way. I was able to do this in Windows using MIME type definitions and a .bat file. The difference is that Windows allowed me to consider program.bat as an executable, but Mac OS doesn't consider program.sh to be an executable.)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Unzip A Mail Attachment?

Apr 4, 2012

Received an email attachment that is zipped, and instructed to open it with Archive Utility. For some reason I cannot open it, or if it is open, find it.

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OS X :: Any Way To List Mail With Attachment And Sort By Size?

May 3, 2009

Does anyone know of an easy way to search through Apple Mail to list all the messages with attachments and sort them by size? I was hoping to slim down my mail folder.

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OS X :: Mail Application Attachment - Replacing Link Possible?

Dec 2, 2009

I'd like to be able to save an attachment from an email to my hard drive, and then have it replaced in the email by a link or alias that links to the file on my hard drive. Basically, so I can remove the attachment from the email and save space in my Exchange inbox allowance, but still be able to easily find the attachment from my hard drive if I need to refer back to it. I had this feature in Lotus Notes from my Windows days and it was really useful - is it possible on a Mac?

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OS X :: Apple Mail Signature Being Read By PC As Attachment

Mar 23, 2010

I have a signature set up in Apple Mail with an image. When I send an email to a PC user, they do not see my signature in the body of the email. The signature is viewed as an attachment. Is there anyway to resolve this in Apple Mail? I know if I set the signature to plain txt instead of rtf this works, but then I can't have a fancy image signature. If I move across to Entourage, will this solve it? Is it a limitation on Apple Mail's side?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Forwarding An Email From Mail It Comes In As An Attachment On PC?

Mar 27, 2012

When I forward an email to my bookkeeper through mail, it always comes in as an attachment on her PC. She says this happens to another person as well who is using a Mac?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Apple Mail Does Not Show Attachment?

Mar 29, 2012

Once I could see which of my emails had an attachment but now I cannot.  There once was an icon next to message in the email list to indicate the attachment and its name.  The attachments are there.  Also at one time I could sort my email by attachment.

MacBook Air, apple mail

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OS X Mavericks :: Print Mail Attachment Without Saving It First?

Jun 26, 2014

With Mail in Lion, I could scroll to the bottom of an email and double click on the icon for the Word doc or pdf attachment to open it, then hit command P to print it. With Mavericks, it appears that I have to first "save" the document somewhere and then open it and print it. Is this correct?  

In most cases, this is an extra step that is unnecessary. 

Right now, the attachment displays (opened) within the email, but I don't want to print several pages of an email when all I want is to print the attached doc, for instance, an attached invoice. Also, I can't tell what kind of document it is without saving it, which I don't like. I've tried to find a way around this in preferences but no luck.  

I guess what I'd really prefer is to go back to the old Lion version of Mail, or something that approximates it more closely. Do I need to just get over it and realize that I'm going to have to save every attachment if I want to print it or is there a workaround of some sort?

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OS X Mavericks :: Mail Attachment Icons Very Small Now

Jun 4, 2014

I just updated to Mavericks, and it is not as scary as I thought, however I use lots of attchments and ther used to be a slider to make the icons larger. Now they are uber small and very hard to read or see. Is there any way to make them larger?

mail 7.3

os 10.9.3

Mac OS X (10.7.3), 2.8 GHz Intel Quad Core i7 8GB 1067 MHz DDR3

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OS X :: How Can I Open E-mail Attachment File From A Trusted Source?

Oct 31, 2009

I received an e-mail attachment file from a trusted source, type .xfdl. Tried to open but was denied the reason was "this type of file may contain spam or a virus". I know the file has already been read by several individuals who said no spam or virus detected.

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Nov 17, 2008

Yesterday I tried to send a Quicktime movie that I made with iMovie as an attachment to an email. I knew something was wrong when it kept "sending" for hours. I could not get it to stop, no matter what I tried. I used Force Quit on Mail: no effect on the spinning circles. I shut the computer down and then restarted. Signed into Mail--> still had spinning circles. I took the mailboxes offline and then put them back online: spinning circles remained.

I deleted all of the outgoing messages several times, but whenever I came back, they reappeared. I shut off my computer overnight. This morning the spinning circles are gone, and a static circle remains, and I am unable to send or receive email. What can I do? I have four Mac mail accounts and they all have important information in them. How can I unfreeze my mail? BTW, the gmail accounts that go to the mac account are ok--it is just the "@mac.com" accounts that are frozen. I cannot find this in a search.

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OS X :: Mac Mail Inline Attachment Icons - Display In Header

Sep 24, 2009

I've been really miffed by Mac Mail's behaviour for adding attachments. When I add seemingly any sort of file into an email message, it sticks an icon of it exactly where my cursor is. This is pretty ridiculous - it messes up my formatting (line spaces etc) and looks silly in the middle of my message.

Is there any way to simply display the attachment icons only in the header of the message? I think Mail Attachments Iconizer is meant to do this, but I'm hoping there's a way within Mail to do this. To clarify I'm not talking about expanding images inline, but the fact that there's an icon of the attachments in the body of my message.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail 5.2 - PDF Attachment Exceeds Maximum Size

Apr 23, 2012

When attaching a simple PDF (size 15.8MB) to a simple OS Lion email, when going out it expands to 21.4 MB. This exceeds my ISPs 20MB maximum file size. Why a simple PDF would expand by almost 5 MB.The same email without the attachment is only 400 KB.

Mac OS X (10.7.3), Mail

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OS X Mavericks :: Where Apple Mail Attachment Files Stored In 10.9.3

Jun 4, 2014

I am trying to locate an attachment file from a recently deleted message.  The message is no longer in my trash, so I can't access the file through Mail.  In the past, there was usually an archived copy somewhere on my hard drive, but it seems to have moved in my most recent update of Mac OSX.  It used to be in the Library folder in my user folder, but now there is no Library folder in that location.  Where do I find these files?

Mac mini (Late 2012), OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)

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Applications :: Mail Attachment Files Display In Organized Manner?

Sep 26, 2010

When I drag and drop attachments to the Mail, its snap all over the place. PDF will be automatically open, whereas spread sheet, doc and email will be shown in icon. Some before my text, some in between my signature, some right below etc. Its all over. Its there a way to let Mail auto display in a more organized manner before I press the send button?

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Applications :: How To Sort Emails By Attachment Size In Apple Mail?

Mar 9, 2009

I would like to Sort my Email in Apple Mail by Attachment Size. So I can delete my biggest attachments, so i can get more space. How do I sort by attachment size?

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OS X :: Setting Leopard Mail Save Attachment Button To Ask Location?

May 20, 2009

I recently upgraded from Tiger to Leopard Mail, and the save attachment button has new behavior -- used to be it would always ask which directory to save attachments to; now it automatically saves them in the download folder in the dock, and I have to drag them individually to the right folder. I can't find an option to change to the old "always ask" behavior.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Sent Mail Display Attachment Icon In Mailbox List?

Mar 30, 2012

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Mac OS X Lion Server :: How To Change Outgoing Mail Attachment Size

Apr 13, 2012

Can i change outgoing mail attachment file size? How to do that.... 

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