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Follow the steps and you will be able to import your mails easily
1. open outlook 2011
2. create a local folder
3. drag all your local emails to the folder we have created
4. then drag the local folder we have created to the lion's desktop (once it will finish, we'll have a .mbox file)
5. open mail
6. In Mail, choose File > Import Mailboxes -> choose .mbox file


You can use Exchange or IMAP accounts to have all the files on the
server, and then in Mail, but you would need significant storage space
there if you have a lot of e-mails.


You can use software approach to solve your problem.There are various softwares available online for this problem. One I know is Olm converter pro.
You can find it here: olmconverterpro.com

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Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Aug 22, 2019

Click on the Apple Icon on the top left hand corner of the Screen
Select About this Mac from the pull down Menu
Click About This Mac and you will be presented with a window showing details of the Mac including the Serial Number

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Jun 03, 2016

Click the button I sort of roughly highlighted



Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Apr 21, 2016

To help you download and install latest Adobe Acrobat reader in the Mac notebook, please follow the on screen instructions mentioned on the link given below:

You just need to click on 'Get Adobe Acrobat Reader' icon.


Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Apr 20, 2016

go google and type in-- adobe reader for mac book--- and follow the instructions

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Mar 31, 2016

There are 3 main user types in Mac OS
Administrator: Can do pretty much anything, including adding and managing other users, installing apps, and changing settings.
Standard: Created by an administrator. Standard users can install apps and change settings for their own account... can't add other users or change other users' settings.
Managed: Users who are managed with parental controls can access only the apps and content specified by the administrator managing the user.

Assuming that the parental account that you are referring to is indeed an administrator, there are a few possible solutions, some of which are version dependent. See here for details:

Five Ways to Reset a Lost Administrator Password

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Jan 21, 2016

see if you can boot holding the command key (next to the space bar) and "s"; once booted to this text only single user mode, type "fsck -f" and enter; this is unlikely to work (as it also needs boot.efi), so you'll need to use your OS DVD or USB memory stick, boot holding option key (next to command key) and pick that device, then run Disk Utility (may have to go to the Tools menu), select your hard drive, and click the repair disk permissions button

you may also need to just install the OS again (assuming you were tinkering with things you shouldn't have, otherwise, your hard drive might be failing)

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Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Nov 03, 2015

mid 2009

or to know for sure, use https://checkcoverage.apple.com (and go to your Apple menu (upper left) and select about this Mac, should have your serial number, unless you have a really old OS, then you just more info and see it there)

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Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Nov 03, 2015

I am not sure what you are referring to exactly. I have never noticed an "Invite" link in Mail. You may be using another program or app.

In mail. if you have an Invite link, it should be in somewhere in your Toolbar.

When in Mail, go to View, then Customize Toolbar. That will bring up a screen with available action icons. You can then click and drag them onto your Toolbar to customize it.

I hope this helps.



Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Jun 14, 2015

This is probably the link you are looking for to cancel your membership.


Apple Mac Book... | Answered on May 01, 2015

have you downloaded flash player?

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Apr 21, 2015

You want to cheat on a program that is trying to help you in real life?
You could really show them up by studying really hard and doing your homework. That would show them all. You could completely ace Mathletics and your school work.

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Apr 08, 2015

Not sure if you have an android device, but there is no stand alone app for google play for the mac.

You can go here and bookmark the page:


Sign in with your google ID and you should be able to install apps for your registered android device.

Hope this helps.

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015

There are a whole slew of things, to try, and you might have done them already. First, which operating system are you running?

Now on for the tests:
1. Do both left and right USB ports work? Try other devices like flash thumb drives, do both left and right work, by this can you read and write to them when they are connected directly to the ports, no hub.
2. Have you tried both ports directly with the keyboard? Again, if you are using a hub, take it out and connect directly.
3. Did this work before on an older OS X? What about on a Windows PC, does it work on other computers?
4. Load the App Store and see if there is a new driver for the keyboard.
5. If App Store doesn't have a driver for the keyboard, have you tried directly with Microsoft to get the Mac driver (this is not always possible, but you might want to try to see if Microsoft has a OS X driver.
6. If you must use a hub, please test without it first, but if that is the source of the problem, then you might need to get a powered hub. I never use other than powered hubs as I don't want to tax my ports that much.
7. I suppose someone should ask, but why do you need an additional keyboard (Microsoft or otherwise)? "I just prefer it" is an acceptable answer. My personal preference is for the Mac built in keyboard or one to the other wired keyboard or Bluetooth keyboard. I also have a Logitech wireless and another wired one and they both work. If you are using Fusion/Parallels/Boot Camp to run Windows on your Mac, please note that command works as the Windows key.
8. With keyboard plugged in reboot.
9. Reboot, login and wait a bit, then plug in the keyboard. This will cause an interrupt and may cause it to download the driver.

FYI, I just checked Microsoft and they do have a driver for OS X at: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/natural-ergonomic-keyboard-4000 but it seems to have stopped at Lion (10.7) but you might want to try it anyway. But this is why we also need to know which OS X version you are running. If you are still on Lion, then you should be in luck with the Microsoft driver for OS X.

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Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015

Go to google.com and click on LOGIN.
Enter your gmail address and hit RETURN.
An email will be sent to the email address you used when you created the accident. If that address is no longer valid, then the only thing you can do is create a new account.

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Jan 30, 2015

system preferences - users and groups - select user - enter password - change password to blank

Apple Mac Book... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015

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