Try this in Terminal from his Mac
Marvin's way would probly work but I don't recommend it. Its not "best practice" because receiving SMTP servers often perform Reverse DNS lookups, SPF...
Try the OS first, but I doubt this will work, at a Terminal:
You can also delete Mail's cache in ~library\\caches\\com.apple.mail
And not sure how long ago you made this change but it...
Originally Posted by Balsak
tontons right, the iPad is strictly consumer, security is an afterthought. Unless specific people report getting hacked, its not that big of a deal.
iPhone has a business side to it, Apples got it's...
Originally Posted by Mr. Me
OK windows admin, three questions:How do you distinguish between safe and secure?
How many Safari for Windows exploits are there?
How many Chrome for Windows exploits are there?
Safe meaning fewer...
Safari for Windows is the most insecure browser in the world. Apple just doesn't code secure software for Mac OS or Windows, period. Chrome is the most secure Windows browser with IE a close second. Rather than securing their software...