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How to hide completed to do items in mac mail

How do i hide completed to do items in mac mail

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From the iCal menu, find preferences, click on that, then on the advanced menu, set the pregferences for view/hide completed to do items by using the checkboxes and setting the number of days you prefer

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Ahm should be in:
iCal menu --> Preferences --> Advanced

"Hide To Do items [blank] days after they have been completed"

See on this pic:

http://my.safaribooksonline.com/getfile?item=cmRyN2NhMG1ldC9naWc4aXBzN2g2OS9wOTMvMGE2Yy9zMGdmLjczaTFuanA-


Should it still not work please get back to me. Will find a solution. :)

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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An e-mailitem ties up the laptop and cannot be deleted/removed. The laptop must be restarted when this happens in order to operate


You should also try turning off the remote content feature on your mail server. Start mail then in the task bar at top click mail> preferences> viewing.then uncheck the box as shown in the photo.
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Apple Mac computers can also become slow and sluggish with time and use. So here I will show you four methods to speed up your old-slow-mac.

Method 1: Free up hard drive space
You might have stored many huge video files, thousands of photos and music tracks on our Mac computer. The popularity of using solid-state drives (SSDs) of Mac computers means considerably less capacity than traditional hard drives.

1. Find the large media files on your Mac, delete the unused videos, apps, photos, etc. Or you can move all of them to an external hard drive, and remove them from your Mac.

2. Empty your trash cans, say the user account's main trash can and the iPhoto/iMovie/Mail trash can.

3. Remove junk files from your old Mac, MacClean is the way to go. It helps removing Internet junk, user junk, system junk and application junk on your hard drive.http://www.imobie.com/macclean/

Method 2. Free up more RAM

Most Macs ship with between 4GB and 16GB of RAM. If your Mac has only 4GB or 8GB RAM, the system might be running low when launching programs or loading document.
Step 1. Open up Terminal: ~/Applications/Utilities.
Step 2. Enter the command: Purge, and tap the enter tab.
Step 3. Give your Mac a minute or two to complete the process.
Open up Activity Monitor to see the before and after results, you'll find the Free size increases in System Memory.

Method 3. Kill Unwanted login items

Step 1. Open up System Preferences, and click the Users & Groups.
Step 2. Click the Login Items tab, and you'll see a list of apps that open every time you turn on Mac.
Step 3. Select the login items you want to kill, and click the "-" button to remove them.

Method 4. Clean up your desktop

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2. Classified the files on your mac, and move them to some folders.
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Safari search bar disappeared. I don't know how. I can't get it back and can't search anything, What do I do?


Start Safari and on the top menu bar select View. The dropdown menu gives you all the Shoow/Hide options.

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How can I remove an application from my macbook


Uninstall apps

You can uninstall apps you got from the Mac App Store, from other websites, or from discs. You can't uninstall apps that are part of OS X, such as Safari and Mail. Apps downloaded from the Mac App Store: Click the Launchpad icon in the Dock, hold down an app's icon until all the icons begin to jiggle, then click an app's delete button >. If you later want the app, you can reinstall it from the Mac App Store.

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When i switch from IMAC G4 to a new MINI MAC and set up version 10.6, will i lose my original emails in yahoo.com ? How will i retrieve them into the new computer ?


Yahoo! mail is completely separate from your computer you can use mail from any computer at any time so long as you have username/password. You will loose no email items, if i am wrong pleas tell me but i highly doubt it.
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I have 3 mail accounts on my Outlook. two are working fine but my AOL account has a funny glitch all of a sudden. if i try to delete an email from my inbox it just puts a line through it but leaves it...


Hi,

With the AOL account you have setup, it will not delete the email until you choose Edit>Purge>Purge Marked Items.

You can chage Outlook Settings so that you only see "undeleted" items by going to View>Current View>Hide Messages Marked for Deletion

You will however, from time to time, Purge the deleted items as advised above otherwise performance may deteriorate.

Hope that helps, Pls rate the solution

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I can not open my mails in my MAC


Access Free Yahoo! Mail with Mac OS X Mail Using POP Over MacFreePOPs

To set up access to a free Yahoo! Mail account in Mac OS X Mail:

  • Install MacFreePOPs and make sure the freepopsd service is running.
  • Select Mail ' Preferences... from the menu in Mac OS X Mail.
  • Go to the Accounts category.
  • Click + at the bottom of the Accounts list.
  • Type your name under Full Name:.
  • Enter your full Yahoo! Mail address (e.g. "example@yahoo.com") under Email Address:.
  • Type your Yahoo! Mail password under Password:.
  • Make sure Automatically set up account is not checked.
  • Click Continue.
  • Make sure POP is selected under Account Type:.
  • Enter "Yahoo! Mail" under Account Description:.
  • Enter "localhost" (without the quotation marks) under Incoming Mail Server:.
    • If you run into problems using "localhost", try "127.0.0.1".
  • Type your full Yahoo! Mail address ("example@yahoo.com", for example) under User Name:.
    • Mac OS X Mail probably has already entered your user name, and it's enough to append "@yahoo.com" to complete the address.
  • Click Continue.
  • Click Continue again, ignoring the error. We'll take care of that in a bit.
  • Make sure Password is selected under Authentication:.
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Want to wirless syn with a calendar & contact list for back up. what is the best program to use????


You can use the BlackBerry Desktop Manager to synchronize your organizer data
(calendar entries, contacts, tasks, notes, and memos) between your BlackBerry smartphone and your Mac computer.
In order to synchronize with Microsoft® Entourage, Apple® Sync Services functionality must be turned on in the
Microsoft Entourage application. To accomplish this, complete the following steps:-
note:-Back up information and data before changing any settings on your Mac computer.
1) If the BlackBerry smartphone is connected to the Mac computer, use the Eject option to remove the BlackBerry
smartphone from the Mac computer.
2) Close the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
3) Open Microsoft Entourage.
4) On the Microsoft Entourage menu bar, go to Entourage > Preferences.
5)Within General Preferences, click Sync Services.
To turn on contact list synchronization, select the Synchronize contacts with Address Book and MobileMe check box
To turn on calendar synchronization, select the Synchronize events and tasks with iCal and MobileMe check box
note:- When Sync Services has been enabled and the OK button is selected, a new dialog window appears with the following choices:

1)Replace Entourage items with Sync Services items.
2)Replace Sync Services items with Entourage items.
3)Merge Entourage items with Sync Services items.
For Additional Information:-
Before the BlackBerry smartphone data is synchronized with the Mac computer, verify that Sync Services is turned
on in the Mac OS X iSync application. This is done by completing the following steps:
1)Open Applications on the Mac computer and click iSync.
2)In the iSync menu, click Preferences.
3)If necessary, select the Enable syncing on this computer check box.

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How do i hide completed to-do items in mac os x mail


Ahm should be in:
iCal menu --> Preferences --> Advanced

"Hide To Do items [blank] days after they have been completed"

See on this pic:

http://my.safaribooksonline.com/getfile?item=cmRyN2NhMG1ldC9naWc4aXBzN2g2OS9wOTMvMGE2Yy9zMGdmLjczaTFuanA-


Should it still not work please get back to me. Will find a solution. :)

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