That's very sweet of you, furbies, but I don't think you'd enjoy me in your iPhone. I require a lot of coffee to keep me going, and I'm very grouchy before, say, 10 a.m. You'd probably have to "Hey Melissa" me ten times or so before I'd respond.
Aw, shucks! Thanks, Jay. And thank YOU for reading! —Melissa
Hey Alan, You sure can. You can drag every file you want to hide into the Terminal window, and the same command should work for all of them. Hope that helps! Melissa
Aw, thank you, furbies! Hopefully you won't think I'm less clever if I tell you that I did it the first time by accident.
You're welcome, Lee! Thanks for reading my articles.
Aw, you're welcome, Lee! Thanks for reading.
I carry my 6 Plus in my purse, so there's no added hassle for me from the bigger device. We really need to popularize the man-bag for you fellas.
Hey webjprgm, I haven't seen that feature yet myself, but a Web search tells me that one of the potential categories within that percentages section is "No Cell Coverage" (at least that was shown in the beta of iOS 8). If you find out anything, be sure to let us know! I'm curious. —Melissa
Hey Adam, Assuming you've got a backup of her machine, I would definitely try deleting the accounts and re-adding them in Mail before taking the drastic step of migrating her to another user. Again, as long as you've got a backup, you could also try removing all associated Mail files—such as .plists—to see if that resolves anything. Good luck! Melissa
Thanks for the comment, Jon! I'm sure our readers will find that very helpful.