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Remove: Mac Mail Remove Archive Mailbox Folder (And Other Folders)

Remove: Mac Mail Remove Archive Mailbox Folder (And Other Folders)

 These are separate mailboxes you can open to view specific email account information including trash, sent, spam, drafts, and more for the same email account.   However, most of us prefer to manage all of our Mac Mail eMail accounts under the default Mac Mail Inbox, Sent, Junk, and Trash folders. These “extra” mail folders will...

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Easy: Change & Print Microsoft Word Document Background Color – Mac OS X

Easy: Change & Print Microsoft Word Document Background Color – Mac OS X

You can change the background color of a Microsoft Word document (for Mac) to any color you want and print it. Follow these steps (latest version of Microsoft Word).   Click the Design tab. Select Page Color and a color to apply to your Word Document.  * In order to PRINT your Word Document with a background color, follow the steps...

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Install This Update as Soon as Possible – Apple Security Update 2017-001 - MacOS High Sierra

Install This Update as Soon as Possible – Apple Security Update 2017-001 - MacOS High Sierra

Apple released an important security update for Mac OS High Sierra (10.13) which allowed anyone to login a Mac running Mac OS High Sierra with administrator rights and without needing a password. Apple also printed bold text with this update (this is the first time this has been noticed with an Apple update – install this...

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Why: The Package was Signed with a Certificate That Has Expired – Mac OS X

Why: The Package was Signed with a Certificate That Has Expired – Mac OS X

If you attempt to install a Mac OS X application package, you may receive a warning about the package certificate is expired.   The package was signed with a certificate that has expired. If you acquired this package recently, it may not be authentic. Do you want to continue with the installation anyway?   Generally, a...

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Mac OS X Sierra (10.12 and 10.13) Firewall Logs Empty / Not Showing?

Mac OS X Sierra (10.12 and 10.13) Firewall Logs Empty / Not Showing?

There is growing concern online about Mac OS X built-in firewall logs not showing up if you enabled the Mac OS X built-in firewall (System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Firewall). The Mac OS X firewall log is located in Utilities -> Console in /var/log/appfirewall.log.   You can confirm firewall logging is enabled on your...

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