Unlinking Mail App On Mac

Feb 08, 2018  Step 2: Find the app you want to unlink from the Play Store in the Backup/Restore section and long tap on it to open the Titanium Backup option. Titanium lists all the apps in there and you might. To have your Apple Mail remove messages from the server when you check mail (using POP), you will follow these steps:? After opening the Apple Mail program, click on 'Mail' from the menu at the top. Click on 'Preferences' Click on 'Accounts' (the @ symbol) If you have more than one mail account, select the one you want to work with; Click.

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If you use more than one online Android store to download apps and a backup application which batch restores all the apps in the background using the local database, you might have come across the problem where an app that has been downloaded from Store A gets linked to the my app section of Store B.

To make things clearer, let me give you a real life example. I use Amazon App Store to download free paid apps of the day. As I have the habit of trying out new ROMs on my Android, I have to backup and restore apps in batch but while doing so, sometimes the paid apps that were downloaded from Amazon get attached to the Play Store.

What’s worse is that if you update these apps accidently, they get reinstalled as free (lite) versions.

I had been facing this problem quite a lot lately and finally came across a fix few days ago. While exploring Titanium Backup, the Swiss Army Knife for Android apps, I stumbled upon the option of forcefully unlinking an app from the Play Store. So let’s see how it’s done.

Unlinking mail app on mac windows 10Note: The trick only works for a rooted Android phone. Yet another benefit of rooting your Android.

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Unlinking Android Apps from Market

Step 1: Assuming that you already have Titanium Backup Installed on your Android, I would ask you to launch it and open the Backup/Restore tab.

Step 2: Find the app you want to unlink from the Play Store in the Backup/Restore section and long tap on it to open the Titanium Backup option. Titanium lists all the apps in there and you might want to filter the results to spot your app.

Step 3: Finally tap on the option Detach from Market and wait for Titanium to process the request.

After you get the notification that the request was completed successfully, restart your phone. From now on, you will no longer see the selected app in the Play Store.


Using this way, you can not only unlink or link the apps that you have restored after a full wipe but you can also unlink the apps that you receive and install via Bluetooth and other such methods.

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Mail User Guide

Use the Mail app to send, receive, and manage email for all of your email accounts in one location. Simply add the accounts—such as iCloud, Exchange, Google, school, work, or other—you want to use in Mail.

Add an email account

  • The first time you open the Mail app on your Mac, it may prompt you to add an account. Select an account type—if you don’t see your type, select Other Mail Account—then enter your account information.

  • If you already added an email account, you can still add more. In Mail, choose Mail > Add Account, select an account type, then enter your account information. Make sure the Mail checkbox is selected for the account.

  • If you’re using an account on your Mac with other apps, such as Contacts or Messages, you can also use that account with Mail. In Mail, choose Mail > Accounts to open Internet Accounts preferences, select the account on the left, then select the Mail checkbox on the right.

Temporarily stop using an email account

  1. In the Mail app on your Mac, choose Mail > Accounts.

  2. Select the account, then deselect the Mail checkbox.

    Now the account’s messages are not shown in Mail.

To use the account again with Mail, select the Mail checkbox; the account’s messages are shown again (they don’t need to be downloaded from the server again).

Remove an email account

When you remove an email account from Mail, the account’s messages are deleted and no longer available on your Mac. Copies of messages remain on the account’s mail server and are still available (from webmail, for example).

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Important: If you’re unsure whether messages you want to keep are still on the mail server, move or copy them to a mailbox stored on your Mac (the mailbox appears in the On My Mac section in the Mail sidebar) before you delete the account in Mail.

  1. In the Mail app on your Mac, choose Mail > Preferences, then click Accounts.

  2. Select an account, then click the Remove button .

    Note: If the account is used by other apps on your Mac, you’re asked to remove the account in Internet Accounts System Preferences. Click the button to open Internet Accounts, then deselect the Mail checkbox for the account. To stop using the account in all apps, make sure the account is selected, then click the Remove button .

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