I can't get Mail 3.6 to accept attachments. I've tried dragging and selecting them and it won't go into the body of the message Information: 2.16 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Mac OS X (10.5.8)
I often receive mail that contain a .eml attachment (a forwarded mail). Mail client like thunderbird, outlookexpress allows users to forward emails in two mode : inline (a text copy of the forwarded mail) or as an attachment (the original untouched mail as an attachment). The second mode is used very often because it allows the recipient to have the exact copy of the original mail.There is no issue opening mail forwarded as attachment in Thunderbird, OSX Apple Mail, Windows Outlook... it even works perfectly on a 4 years old Pocket outlook for Windows mobile ! The problem with iPhone is that it seems that it is not able to handle mail forwarded as attachment (generally an attachment named mail.elm). That means I'm not able to read the forwarded mail, not able to open it and to re-forward it (inline or as an attachment) or just not able to answer the mail attached.This is a major issue for me because many of my contacts use this way to forward mails and I cannot ask them, each time, to re-forward the mail inline rather than an attachment.Any one as an idea of a workaround? Information: iPhone iPhone OS 3.0.1
I want to send messages with attachments. I know that when you attach a document that MAIL imports the attachment into the body of the mail I also know that "control click" allows me to "view as an icon" However the recipient still sees the "exploded" attachment in the body of the mail HOW do you send mail, so that the recipient sees the attachment/s as icons and then "double clicks" on them to open/view??? Information: imac Mac OS X (10.5.5)
I use the mail app for my business and private e-mail account. In my business mail signature, there is the company logo, a facebook and twitter icon. Every time I send an e-mail, the recipient received these logos/icons as attachments, and also receives .htm files as attachments, showing the complete signature, previous related mails etc. Is there any way I can disable this, if I just send one attachment I want the recipient to get only that attachment, and not 7 or 8 attachments... Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I recently changed my business E-mail client to Mac Mail 3.8 from Eudora. I was very surprised that Mac Mail could not attach a graphic file to an E-mail without actually embedding the file into the E-mail. Mac to Mac my clients could access the file as an attachment, but Mac to PC they could not. I was very surprised to find that the only solution Apple support showed was to compress the graphic file as a zip archive file. This solution is unacceptable as Google Mail disallowed zip files as attachments, and more than a handful of my clients use G-Mail. I found a third party plug-in solution offered by Loki software called Mail Attachments Iconizer [URL] which actually works to change the way Mac Mail handles graphic file attachments, so that PC users can access the attached file. Information: Intel Duo Core iMac Mac OS X (10.5.8)
I am using a MacBook Pro 4,1 with 2 Intel processors. I am running OS 10.6.1. Ever since I installed Snow Leopard, my Mail app has misbehaved. It crashes routinely whenever I add an attachment. It never did this under 10.5. It also crashes occasionally when I save an attachment. Sometimes it appears to have taken the attachment, but when the message is sent, the attachment is corrupted. I think the only app I am having trouble with is Mail, although I think that Safari has crashed sometimes when a PDF file was downloaded. The problem seems to be associated with Snow Leopard. Should I try to do a clean install of Snow Leopard?
I am having trouble fetching my mail with a POP account. We have just upgraded all of our computers in the company to Imac 24" and we previously had 10.4. Now when we enter the EXACT same settings we had for our mail account in 10.4.....they will not allow us to retrieve our mail in 10.5. Is this a leopard problem? Every setting is exactly the same has it was in Tiger yet, it will not deliever our mail. We can send ok, just not receive. Information: Imac 24" Mac OS X (10.5.4)
I am trying to write a VBA application within Excel to go through all Lotus Notes e-mails in a specific directory and save the attachment to a specific directory, remove the attachment and insert text into the e-mail in the spot the attachment was located that states "The attachment has been removed". I'd also like to insert a 1KB text file into the e-mail that would be called "File Removed.txt" that would still allow you to quickly find the e-mails that had attachments because the little paperclip would show up.
I am unable to insert an attachment in my e-mail. The attachment will not appear on the email. When I attempt to drag the attachment to the e-mail, a green dot with a "+" sign appears next to the attachment. When I release the mouse button, the attachment springs back and does not stay with the document. Information: I-Mac Mac OS X (10.5.6)
I'm using OS X 10.5.6 with all updates running Mac Mail. Other than a nice "Archive & Reinstall" does anyone know how to fix an issue with Mac Mail: I can only send attachments by replying to e-mails not NEW. My easy workaround of course is to open up a message that someone sent me and click reply but what if I need to attach something to someone I've not e-mailed before? Thanks in advance! Information: PowerBook G4; iMac Intel Core 2 Duo Mac OS X (10.5.6) Original iPhone Windows XP Pro SP3 on BootCamp
How do I have more control over attachments in mail? The software always places the attachment in the mail text but does not give my Windows, Outlook users the attachment listed at the top of the message when they open it. They are concerned that they can not zoom into the jpeg image attachment. How can I make this possible for the poor Windows users? Info: iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)
When I attach an image from iPhoto the image migrates at its true size (e.g. 2.3mb) and then almost instantly switches to a much lower resolution (e.g. 157 kb). How do I get the full quality image to attach to the mail? Information: iMac Mac OS X (10.5.4) Time Capsule and Airbook
I am using earthlink for my server and when I send email with attachments ( video and Pictures ) to more than one person it sometimes does not send the attachments. I am not sure what is going on here this never happened with my older MackBook Pro. Information: MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.5.6)
The majority of the time I will not have the attachments to emails that were sent to me when I open Mail. They will be with my email if I use my account thru Firefox. This happens even when I send myself an e-mail from Firefox and open in Mail. I have looked thru Preferences and did not see anything about attachments. Information: Mac OS X (10.5.6) Power Mac G4
On behalf of a friend who I usually do phone support for when he has a problem. Mail 4.5 (1084) Mac OSX 10.6.8 He has mail set to access Gmail (IMAP) and it works fine when sending a normal email, however, when sending an attachment, the activity monitor, goes halfway and then the reate drops off and the mesage about cannot be sent from this outgoing server is displayed. - mesage goes to outbox. - Open that message back up, delete the attachment and send, it goes no problems. Tried to work out what the problem is, by:checking Gmail (with attachments) through browser, sent OKtrying different file types, jpg, txt, zip, and different ways of attaching them, either from menu or dragging them into the meassga pain. - No sendrepair permissions for mac, incase any pref files corrupt. - No sendbrand new jpg created from photoshop - No sendimage emailed from me, copied to desktop and then sent back to me - No send
If there is a setting in mail that does not place an attachment in the body of the email. l am looking for something like outlook that has a seperate attachment field below the address fields. Information: iMac 2008 Mac OS X (10.5.8) mail v 3.6
I set up a contact form for my website a php mailer. The mails I receive through this contact form appear with all the HTML code inside the mail - and files that are attached to the mail appear as strange text. This happens only in my mail-application - a friend of mine receives the mails correctly formatted. The contact form is set to send mails in utf-8 encoding An example for the first part of a mail I receive: --b1_c31b797cbaba8c11ded08f631976c733 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="b2_c31b797cbaba8c11ded08f631976c733" --b2_c31b797cbaba8c11ded08f631976c733 Content-Type: text/plain; charset = "utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit The mail displays correctly when I view it through my webmail-interface. Information: MBP 2,93 GHz 15 unibody Mac OS X (10.5.7) mail Version 3.6 (935/935.3)
When trying to view a video attachment from within the mail program it will not play the video. It loads the sound but not the video. This started after a recent apple software update. It is happening on several computers also so it is not an isolated problem. Seems to be a "quicktime" issue. I can download them and play them through quicktime but not while in "mail" like I used to be able to do. I use "Flip-4-Mac" to view some windoze videos (wmv). Information: MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.5.5)
I have been using SendMail demo which uses WinSock to connect and Send mail. For attachments I use base code 64 bit to encode the attachments. Now my problem is that if the attachment exceeds a size of 4k a file it does not send the mail. How can I allow it to increase the size of Attachment.
I have a problem importing mail from Thunderbird to Mail.app on Leopard. I transfered all my messages from windows computer to a mac that ran Tiger OS and Thunderbird. Now a few months later I upgraded OS to Leopard and wish to import messages from Thunderbird to Mail.app. But Mail imports only messages that have been once transfered from windows and doesn't import any of the messages that I have received or sent on my mac these last few months.
I cannot get attachments into an e-mail either by drag and drop or by using the paperclip.A green + sign comes up and the 'drag and drop' files just zap back to their original place;the paper clip ones just don't appear in the e-mail.I have been sending spreadsheets from iWorks on a regular basis for months with no problem. This is causing a lot of problems for me and my colleagues. Please, does anyone have any ideas what the problem might be? Information: iMac Mac OS X (10.5) Leopard
There's an annoying thing which occurs systematically with Mail (OS X Snow Leopard) :I write a message to a friend, and put some file as an attachment. I send the message. The original file is located on the Desktop, and put it into the trash. Then, I can't empty the trash can !This is systematic and I have to quit Mail just to empty the trash.
I just had to clean-install OS X Lion (10.7.3), I synched my e-mail accounts (Gmail apps account) with Apple Mail (5.3) and some attachments (mainly PDFs and DOCs) are now corrupted when trying to open up in Apple Mail. In the Google Mail web access the corrupted attachments can be opened perfectly. Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
i'm looking for a script for a mail form that will allow the user to upload an attachment to be sent with the email.
The task is to send a jpeg attachment - simple isn't it!No problems attaching it, whether is embeded or viewed as an icon, that's ok. i have selected the option "always send windows friendly attachments" too. The problem is on the other end. Pretty much every time I get an email back saying that the images are embeded on the email and cannot be saved (right click, save as...) nor they appear listed as attachments. Not only that, but most times they also appear deformed with weird dimensions and loss of quality. Information: MacBook Black Mac OS X (10.5.7)
When I set up my Yahoo email account on my iPhone it pulled in all the folders I'd created and it allows me to file emails in to these folders from the handset. When I set up Mail on my iMac with the same Yahoo account it didn't do this which makes the Mail function pretty useless. The account is pulled in via POP and my OS is Snow Leopard. Information: iMac Mac OS X (10.6.2)
There is a new bug that has cropped up in the Mac OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard version of Apple Mail, version 4.2. This bug was not present in Leopard's version of Apple Mail. If you drag a single email from Apple Mail out to your desktop, it makes a copy of the email message on your desktop. BUT -- if you drag multiple emails from Apple Mail out to your desktop, Mail does absolutely nothing. This used to be a very quick way to archive and/or export email messages out of Apple Mail, and it worked perfectly fine in Mac OS X 10.5. But you can no longer do this in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
I have two desktops (iMac G5's) and one Macbook Pro. Two intel machines running latest Snow Leopard, and the older iMac running normal Leopard. When I create a new Mailbox in Mail on the older machine it will then appear after synching via MobileMe on the Snow Leopard Mail at the BOTTOM of the Mail folder instead of in the correct alphabetical position. Information: iMac G5 Mac OS X (10.6.3)
Is there a file size limit on attachments for mail? Info: MacBook, Mac OS X (10.4.9)
I am having a bit of an issue. I understand that holding down command, clicking on an OS X menu bar item and dragging right or left will allow me to reposition the menu bar items. However, how do I do this with third party applications? I can only reposition Leopard's menu bar items. Does anyone have any ideas that they would be willing to share?
Is there a way to reduce photo sizes for e-mailing as an attachment?� It's very easy to change to large, medium, or small in Mail or iPhoto on an Apple laptop or desktop computer, but I'm not sure if it's even possible on an iPad 2.� As it is, it seems the iPad 2 can only attach about five photos taken with the iPad 2 Camera app, and trying to send an e-mail with that many seems to bog down and fail.� Is it possible to reduce the photo file size for e-mailing as attachment? Info: iMac (Flat Panel), Mac OS X (10.7.3), 2.4GHz IC2Duo 4GB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Since updating to Snow Leopard 10.6.1 Mail.app has been unable to retieve IMAP mail from my OS X Leopard 10.5.x server running the standard cyrusd. Does anybody have any clues? Mail just sits there syncing the mailbox forever, it never stops. If I turn on logging to file, it just continuously FETCHes from IMAP and never ends. It's driving me mad. My iphone can get the IMAP mail from the same server absolutely fine. I added the mail account to a new OS X Snow Leopard user account, and that also failed to get anywhere. So its not corrupted data on my MBP. It doesn't appear to be corrupted data on the OS X server either, as the iPhone works.
Occasionally when I remove attachments from a sent mail message, the remainder of the message becomes corrupted and unreadable. I am using OS X 10.7 Lion, latest Mac Mail program. The mail server is a MS exchange server. The attachments are usually pdf files. Info: Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I have a weird problem since a couple of weeks. I have two mail accounts: gmail and 1und1. I access both with IMAP. The strange thing is that on the 1und1 account I don't see any attachment anymore! I see the paper clib in the mail list but the email is without attachment (photos, vcf files, etc.). The gmail account works perfectly... Another friend with the same computer I have (macbook pro, leopard) and same OS, and also 1und1 seems to see the attachments (for what is worth ). Information: Macbook Pro 15" Mac OS X (10.5.4)
I have been using mail for a while and everything was great but lately I am nt able to view some of my email attachments through mail, but when I go to gmail website the attachments can be viewed and downloaded Is there anyway I can get mail to view those missing attachments ?! Information: mac book Mac OS X (10.4.10) iphone 16GB - iPad -iPod classic 80GB
I bought a used macbook that came with Leopard 10.5.8 I believe on it and I decided to delete the entire hard drive by going into disk utility and wiping it clean and then trying to install snow leopard like that... Unfortunately when I put the snow leopard install dvd in my macbook it is now not allowing me too install it saying "Mac OS X can't be installed on this computer - This disk requires that Mac OS X 10.5 or later already be installed on your computer" Then it gives me the option to restore from back up (which there is no back up as the hard drive was wiped out)
I have a problem with mail with attachments. To send e-mail with attachments from a form, I use Setec Astronomy's libmail class (v 1.4) (available here http://www.phpclasses.org/) Everything is ok but if I use a specific e-mail address (say address X) in the field To, the e-mail arrives without attachments. (even if I use two addresses for field To, of which one is address X, the mail to address X arrives without attachments, the other arrives with attachments) So I think that the problem concerns a 'strange' configuration of the mail server of address X. Here are the functions for attachments:
i have this " Dim attatch As Net.Mail.Attachment = New Net.Mail.Attachment(D:MyImage.png) mail.Attachments.Add(attatch) " but i want it she take the image from PictureBox1.Image like: " Dim attatch As Net.Mail.Attachment = New Net.Mail.Attachment(PictureBox1.Image) mail.Attachments.Add(attatch) " but he say error in the part "PictureBox1.Image"
I'd like to delete messages and their attachments not just from mail window, but from Library also. All attachments and messages, completely. I did this before in mail window and Library and the messages in mail window reappeared but grayed out and blank. When I clicked on message and hit delete nothing happened. When I clicked on it and hit Command X and delete...nothing happened. Whats up? Information: Imac Mac OS X (10.5.8)
Is there a way to stop Mail automatically zipping attachments. We send attachments to clients and some (inexperienced users) have real trouble with unzipping. Is there a way to prevent Mail from auto zipping attachments? We need this sort of "retro" functionality urgently. Also, if anyone knows how to get rid of the annoying pop-up warning every time you go to open an attachment - that would be great ! Beginning to worry that Leopard is taking on Vista-like rubbish features. Information: Mac OS X (10.5.5) vista for mac
One, when I send a photo with iPhoto 09, it makes the image size reduced when the recipient receives it even though i have the box at the bottom say Original Image Size Two, it doesn't allow recipients using Outlook to download the photo as attachments, simply embeds the photo as an html email.
VMware announced Thursday that version 2.0 of its Fusion virtualization software for Mac will include support for Mac OS X Leopard Server virtual machines running on top of Mac OS X.Available in the next public beta, the added functionality is a result of recent changes to the Mac OS X Leopard Server license agreement, which allows users to run multiple copies of Leopard Server on a single piece of Apple hardware, provided that users acquire an individual license for each copy.
I am managing few sites with high traffic and a huge members database. I am willing to send at least 5 news letters in a month to all of my members. Every mail shot will be sent to around 1 million mail IDs. I am searching for a server that allows bulk mailing. Please remember, I am not going to spam, but sending mails to the members.
When I return to a PPTX that I have opened from a Mail attachment and then opened in Keynotes I cannot get the attachment in Mail to close as I can with other attachments. I tap the opened PPTX attachment in Mail and I do not get a bar at the top of the page that I can then tap "done". Am I doing something wrong? Every other document I open in Documents to Go for instance allows me to close the opened Mail attachment when I return to mail after reading or editing or whatever. Information: iPad iOS 4 Na
Mail works fine except for one message with a single .docx attachment. All other mail including mail from the same person with other attachments before and after this one has worked fine last few months. This particular one just wouldn't open, not just the attachment, but the text as well. I was able to retrieve the message and attachment directly from the server using a browser connection but that wouldn't have worked for more than a few days as mail automatically is dropped from the server. Info: iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4), Also G5 with OS 10.5.8
I did a fresh Leopard install onto a new HDD. I use the migration assistant to transfer my Tiger profile to a new account on the Leopard install. My default Leopard user account Mail app works for but the profile/user I migrated just will not work (mail). When I start Mail on the migrated profile I get nothing; no window except the File Menu Bar changes to "Mail". New Mail Window does nothing and I can't Quit the application..
Hi friends, I am using winsock control to send mail along with attachment. I got some code from net which encodes the attachment and send it along with msg body. SO when the mail is received the attachement symbol is not seen in the inbox. Sometime i am able to send mail and sometimes the mail could not be sent may be coz of some time out or what.If anyone can give me some sample code for sending attachment using winsock i would be really grateful.I cant use MAPI coz i dont want to send mail using outlook.Thanx in advance
Hi all,I need some help with the following.I have an e-mail attachment in an e-mail (like when you forward an e-mail as an attachment). How can I save/move the attachment e-mail onto a mail folder (say Inbox) ?I tried Attachment.SaveAsFile and Application.CopyFile. It doesn't seem to do a good job.Is there a way to typecast attachment objec to MailItem object ? That should help me too.Thanks in anticipationKrish
Hi all,I need some help with the following.I have an e-mail attachment in an e-mail (like when you forward an e-mail as an attachment). How can I save/move the attachment e-mail onto a mail folder (say Inbox) ?I tried Attachment.SaveAsFile and Application.CopyFile. It doesn't seem to do a good job.Is there a way to typecast attachment objec to MailItem object ? That should help me too.Thanks in anticipationKrish
I've been using Mail since Tiger 10.4.6 always had the same email accounts in it. Last year i've bought a brand new macbook and came with leopard. Then i did a backup of my emails and imported in the Mail.app that came with leopard. Since a month ago Mail.app stopped to work, particulary when downloading emails for a specific email account. Information: MacBook MB062LL/B Mac OS X (10.5.6) MB062LL/B
Ever since I upgraded to Leopard over a year ago, my Mail.app has been pretty buggy. my mail.app is currently set up to connect to my university IMAP server with SSL and password authentication. Before I upgraded from Tiger to Leopard, mail would always retrieve any new mail on the IMAP server every minute and any time I press get mail. Ever since I upgraded however, the get mail function hasn't worked exactly as it should. sometimes get mail would work, sometimes it won't, and sometimes it takes a long time for my computer to automatically retrieve new e-mails. The weird thing is, connection doctor shows no connection abnormality, and if get mail doesn't work, I can get it to work again if I quit and reopen mail, which is always a pain. Mail on my iPhone works perfectly, and I have already tried deleting mail.app, reinstalling from my Leopard DVD and basically resetting all settings. Information: MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.5.6) 2ghz Intel Core Duo, 2gb DDR2 SDRAM, 100GB HDD
Since switching from Entourage to mac mail - having issues with incoming mail PDF attachments. The attachment isn't available in the email so have to go to webmail and open attachments. This is happening with my macbook pro and ipad2. Info: MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)
Today I opened mail.app and all my attachments showed up as "missing plug-in" -- If I add a new attachment to an email, the attachment in the message body shows up at "missing plug-in" -- It's all a bit odd. I've done the usual stuff, permissions, etc.. I even took the mail.app package off another mac and put it on this one, still nothing. Information: Macbook Pro Mac OS X (10.6.3)
Is there a way to whitelist emails from certain senders, to avoid them being marked as spam, when using the Mail client in Leopard? I've been using the "not junk" button but is there a more direct way to permanently allow some emails? (pressing "not junk" doesn't seem to be taking).In case it matters, the sender email address is in my address book. Information: 17" MacBook Pro 2009 Mac OS X (10.5.6)
Since upgrading to Snow Leopard, I cannot add an attachment to email using Yahoo mail. Every time I select the file, Yahoo mail begins scanning and it then crashes the browser - happens with any browser and any file. Searching around suggests there are similar problems for some users but not as pervasive.
When I email an attachment (which takes forever with my DSL Service) I get the message 'sending' in the 'mail activity' box and the status bar runs left to right then, when the send is complete, it starts over, as though the attachment is being sent twice. This doesn't happen when the mail doesn't have an attachment. Information: g4 Mac OS X (10.5.8)
I'm getting a lot of attachments in my mail and was wondering if there's a way to automate having to save each file and then deleting the email. It would be great if I can choose, say 50, of the mail in my inbox and have some kind of script or macro or whatever you might call it to strip the attachments and download them to my harddrive then immediately delete them. I'm using a gmail account and it's quickly getting to be a chore to go through each email when all I need are the attachments. Information: Mac OS X (10.5.8)
PRODUCT, VERSION : Parallels Plesk Panel 11.5.30 MICROUPDATE : 11.5.30 Update #47, last updated at June 11, 2014 03:26 AM OPERATING SYSTEM : CentOS 6.5 (Final) PROBLEM DESCRIPTION ------------------------------- Need to increase round cube attachment size STEPS TO REPRODUCE ---------------------------------- i need to increase round cube attachment size. i'm unable to find installation folder. How to increase attachment size ACTUAL RESULT ----------------------- Attachment size should be less than 5MB EXPECTED RESULT ----------------------------------- Attachment size allows upto 50MB ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION -------------------------------------------------------------- increased size in Tools & Settings > Server-Wide Mail Settings > Maximum message size
In order for my program to share information between users, the best method I could come up with is using e-mails.I have a way of sending e-mails with the appropriate attachments, but would love a way to automatically retrieve these e-mail attachments directly from the program, without the user having to go to their e-mail account, find the correct project e-mail, download the attachment and then put it in the correct folder.I had hoped that VB.Net would have a built in procedure for doing this, but it seems there's not really anything there.
Why are my attachments not showing up as attachments when recieved. They are sent from Mail as windows "friendly" - but never the less always show up inlaid in the mail. The recipient then have to ctrl clik on the documents, save them on the harddrive before being able to fx print. Info: IMac Intel, Mac OS X (10.5.1)
I have Mac Mail 5.2 (for lion). The program run great except when I try to send an attachment (especially a pdf file) which does not reach the sender. The sender receives the email except for the attachment. Info: MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.2), Mac Mail 5.1
Apparently in Mac OS X 10.3 Panther Server, using a fullstop in a users shortname was a 'bad thing', see [URL]. Obviously Panther is out of date, and I am not using it, but I would like to know if this is still an issue for Snow Leopard Server. Interestingly, Workgroup Manager for both Tiger 10.4.11 and Leopard 10.5.8 Servers deliberately tries to stop you creating a shortname with a fullstop in it, although I have found a workaround for that, but Workgroup Manager for Snow Leopard Server does allow you to use a fullstop. Why do I want to use a fullstop in a shortname? Well, Mac OS X Server uses the shortname in conjunction with the mail server to authenticate email users. It is however also used to generate the primary email address of the user. Therefore if you want an email address to look like firstname.lastname@example.org you would need a shortname of john.smith hence the need for using a fullstop. Information: Mac mini Mac OS X (10.6)
When sending a mail how can I specify that an attachment e.g.a picture is not shown within the mail but only as an attachment. Information: Mac OS X (10.6.3)
I am planning on buying the new iMac, but i'm not sure how to move my documents, music, and photos to it. i do not own an external hard drive and i'm not willing to pay for the one-to-one class. is it possible to move the information between the panther os and the new snow leopard? what are some ways that i can move my files?
I am having trouble with attachments I send not showing up for the recipient when using Mail v5.2. It is a simple JPG, and windows-friendly attachments has been checked when sending. Info:iMac (27-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4), Mail 5.2
When I forward an email to my wife (same mac, another login and email account) the forwarded mail item is often (but not always) presented as an attachment - mime-attachment.html. This can be read with textedit. This has only started recently but neither of us has changed any preferences. Information: Intel Core Duo iMac 2GHz Mac OS X (10.4.11) Mail v. 2.1.3
I'm not able to transfer a mail received on my Iphone to macbook pro. The question is: if i receive a mail with an attachment on the iphon, how can i transfer it to the macbook pro to work with tha attachment? Is it possible? Information: Macbook pro iPhone OS 3.0.1
So, after using my iPad for a while without glitches, the mail program is starting to becoming not usable. This morning, it simply went to a black screen and then after 5 sec or so, the iPad was back to the home screen. In the last days, I had received several e-mails with larger attachments (7MB, one with 35MB) and I had about 200 mails on the pad, some also with medium sized attachments (in the 5MB range). I managed to delete the e-mails with large attachments and to reduce the number of e-mails from 200 to 100, but still it is acting up on me (it worked for about 90s though, which was an improvement to crashing within 20-40s). Right now, mail is unusable. I am having 2 mail accounts on the Pad, one is the .mac account and the other one is a pop account, so this is not an exchange issue. Any thoughts? Information: iPad 64GB Wifi Other OS latest iPad software
I have finally pieced together a code that would allow me to send an FDF file from my server to e-mail that didn't reduce my file to a 0kb attachment. Problem is, that I had to get rid of the body of the e-mail to do it.I want to be able to add an HTML (or plain text) body to the e-mail being sent. Kind of like: <h2>DWR Submittal</h2> <p>Process the attachment in the system.</p> STEP 1. Download file [code]....
i want to send mail from unix mail command to my yahoo-id with attachment, but i want to receive it as attachment.
When I open a word document attachment in mail for IOS 7.1.1 the previous jpeg is showing on the first page. When I open the attachment from mail in mac OS X the jpeg does not appear.
The new Mail with Lion doesn't display received attachments any more. I just got an important attachment and can't find it. The paperclip icon is visible in the list. In Mail Prefs the Desktop is selected for attachments, but it's not there. It doesn't show up in the body of the email message as it used to in 10.6. Why is that? Is there a folder where Mail attachments go?
Recently I had a new hard drive installed. Ever since, my MAC MAIL program cant read, attach, or do anything with any messages that have attachments.When I access any message with ay attachments or attempt to attach, MAC MAIL will crash. Is there a way to reinstall MAC MAIL? Or possibly fix this issue? Information: Macbook Black. Mac OS X (10.5.7)
I am using Apple Remote Desktop to control a Mac OS X Snow Leopard system with a Mac OS X Snow Leopard system. On the computer being controlled, I launch Windows 7 through Parallels Desktop Mac version 6. Once the VM is launched, for some reason it doesn't seem to recognize the keyboard as it will not allow me to Ctrl-Alt-Delete. I can use Ctrl-Alt-Delete through the keyboard menu, but I cannot enter in my Windows password.
i am sending a mail with attachment. the text mail with attachment is going in rght way ...but when i try to send a HTML Mail(text coming from a HTML Editor) with attachment the mail .. i got some kind of error ... the mail and attachment goes .. but the problem is the HTml page display as its is ...like its display as source code whatever a typed in editor..
Whenever I send an attachment using Mail, the recipients seem to receive twice as many attachments, then tell me they can't open them. I say "open the larger attachment files, ignore the smaller ones". e.g. If I send two, they receive four. This is annoying. How do I prevent this from happening? Information: G5/1.8GHz SP 80GB Mac OS X (10.4.11) 1GB RAM, +300G internal, 5 external FW HDs
I receive jpg attachments whihc have been scanned. are text messages. I can ready properly but when I forward to others come out all garbled even when I try to send saving the attachment and attach to new mail Information: iMac Superdrive Intel Mac OS X (10.5.8)
I can save Word and Excel files e.g to 'Documents' but can't download them in their own right. Info: MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.7)
I have an IMAP set up with my gmail account and it is persistently trying to store a Large draft email onto the server. 1. I was attempting to send out a 50+ mb file attachment, but decided to cancel it... cancel cancel cancel... it's still sending it. So I waited a while, then cancel again, still not stopping. Okay, quit. That stopped it temporarily. 2. Re-open mail, it is now constantly attempting to write the failed sent message as a draft to gmail(50+ MBs each time). I keep getting this message: "Some actions taken while the account "Gmail" 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 "Gmail" in "On My Mac" so that you can complete the actions while online. Additional information: The IMAP command "APPEND" (to Drafts (Gmail)) failed with server error: Could not parse command." To which I can only respond 'OK'. After this happened twice, I turned off all possible ways to synchronize with gmail in the preferences. Specifically un-check 'store draft messages on server' for instance. 3. What is it actually doing. It keeps making copies of this 50 MB email in my draft folder, if I keep letting it go, there will be 4,5,6 and so on copies in my local draft folder. Each time it creates a new draft and tries sends it to gmail, which I can see in the network activity, it shows a solid 2 MB/s upload until it finishes 50 MBs. 4. It won't stop. I deleted my preferences com.apple.mail.plist. Reset up the imap server, specifically made sure to un-check 'store draft messages on server', and yet it persists in trying to send this file to gmail while making more copies on my HDD. Information: MacBook Pro 15 2,2 Mac OS X (10.5.5)
I've tried sending attachments with Mac Mail, but once I've selected the file, it doesn't show anywhere in the message body, and isn't sending with the message. I have been able to do this in the past, then it became an intermittent problem that resolved itself when I restarted. Now it's a permanent issue. Information: 13" Unibody Macbook Mac OS X (10.5.8)
On my Mac running Leopard 10.5, Image Capture has Preferences that allow me to choose an option that opens Image Capture when a USB digital camera is attached. That's gone on my new Mac with Snow Leopard. I never needed camera software to make this work, and unfortunately I have a Canon camera and Canon does not make drivers or software for Snow Leopard. So, how does one get Image Capture to open and download images from a digital camera? Information: Mac Mini Mac OS X (10.6.3)
I recently switched my email accounts from POP to IMAP and all of a sudden, sometimes my signatures are getting converted into attachments after I send the message. The attachments get titles such as ATT00001.txt. I am using Mac Mail. It happens with my work account. I also have an iphone and use mobile me to synch it with three other intel macs. But this happens without any involvement of AT&T and my iPhone. Information: iMac intel Mac OS X (10.5.6) iphone, macbook Pro
In 10.4, when you save an attachment in Mail, you get a box - each time - asking you to chose a destination folder. I liked this feature, since I get a lot of different attachments and I put them into various different folders. Since upgrading to Leopard 10.5.7., I don't get asked any more. When I click the the save button, attachments just download to the default folder (which is my desktop). I can't seem to find a preference to get the dialog box each time. Information: Macbook pro 15" core 2 duo Mac OS X (10.5.7) 2.4ghz, 4 gb ram
how to attach a document to email as an icon that opens....so it does not appear as text in the email? Info: iMac, iOS 5.0.1
The strangest thing, but it's been recurring over the past few months. Emails that I receive, which should have an attachment with them, do not have any attachments when I open them. This occurs when I send emails to myself from home to work or from colleagues. It doesn't occur all the time but often enough for me to complain about by writing on the forum. I am using an IMAP incoming mail server and the latest and greatest of all updates. Information: PowerMac G5 Mac OS X (10.6.2)
I have been trying to send som JPEG files to a client. These files are no more than 450 kb. They were made in Adobe Illustrator CS5. The file sizes on my Mac are below 450 kb, yet when I attach them to an e-mail the size plummets to 31.3 kb, making them totally unusable for my client. I do not see any setting in Mail that would affect the file size of an attachment. I've attached files before with no problem. I do not know if this is because it's a JPEG. Unfortunately JPEG is the file format that they need. So to get arounfd this I've uploaded them to my server... but it would be so much easier to just be able to attach them to an e-mail. Info: iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
So mail.app has been playing up. It starts going slowly, slows the whole system down, wont quit unless force quit. I've read some of the other threads on mail not quitting by my Activity window has "Removing message attachments". If I stop this process mail then quits. I've turn on the Activity window just after mail.app loads. It does the normal synching you would expect and the this message attachments one pops up. It's been going now for approx 20 mins but what attachments is it removing and why? Information: MBP 2.33 Core 2 Duo, 2GB, 10.5.5 Mac OS X (10.5.5) iPhone UK 8GB, iPod Nano, Samsung SyncMaster 223BW
I sent an email with an attachment; it was a .html file, to my iMac Mail program. I am receiving it as a MIME attachment. In fact it does this with other files I have sent with different extensions. I am expecting the attachement to be simply whatever it is I am sending. Information: iMac Mac OS X (10.5.7)
My "Mail" application crashes when I open certain types of email. If there is a picture, movie, banner to the email message the program quits after a few seconds of viewing. The Apple report says: Exception Type: EXC_BREAKPOINT (SIGTRAP) Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000000 Crashed Thread: 0 Dyld Error Message: Symbol not found: _GetSortedJVMVersions Referenced from: /Users/rtroxel/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaPluginCocoa.bundle/Contents/MacOS/JavaPluginCocoa Expected in: /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/A/JavaVM If the message is just text everything is fine. It seems that this has happened since I updated JAVA through the Software Update. Information: 2.8 Quad-Core Mac OS X (10.5.7) N/A
I'm using Mail with a gmail IMAP account. Recently a friend sent me an email with an Excel workbook attached, but the attachment didn't show up in Mail (no attachment in the message, no paperclip icon indicating an attachment in the Inbox). The really strange part is that if I go into my gmail account using a browser, the attachment is there. I received several other similar attachments from other people, and all those attachments showed up in Mail.
I had to do a Time Machine restore from a couple of days ago on my 2009 Macbook Pro running Snow Leopard. Since then, in mail.app whenever I try to quick look an attachment, QL starts but all I get is a gray area where the attachment should display.