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Unlink Messages App From Mac

If you sync iMessage on all of your Apple devices, you can access your message history on your Mac. While convenient, these messages can take up a huge amount of storage space. Do you need all of these old text messages? If not, read this article. We will explain how to delete messages on Mac.

Unlink Messages App From Mac

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If you have a lot of messages and want to delete all of them to free up space, it will be time-consuming to do manually. Quickly remove multiple messages on your Mac by following one of the guides below:

Another fast way to delete messages on Mac is to use the command line in Terminal. Usually, Mac geeks use Terminal to run different operations on macOS, however, a new Mac user can easily figure out how to use Terminal as well.

Now, after 30 days, your messages will automatically be removed and you no longer need to manually delete them to free up space on your Mac.ConclusionWe hope this guide has helped you to learn how you can remove messages and conversations in iMessage on Mac. We also want to remind you that if your Mac is running low on disk space, you can remove all junk files and free up your disk storage with the help of MacCleaner Pro.

Want to block notifications from iMessage temporarily, or to schedule the times you when block messages and the times when you allow them? You need Do Not Disturb, a feature built into the macOS. Learn all about using Do not Disturb on a Mac.

To turn off the iMessage notification sound, go to System Preferences > Notifications or Notifications & Focus. From the Notifications tab, select the Messages app from the apps list and check the option beside Allow Notifications. Then uncheck the box next to Play sound for notifications.

All of the newest versions of macOS allow you to send and receive iMessages, or messages, from your computer, rather than your phone. While this is certainly a novel feature, it can be quite distracting and, unfortunately, the feature is enabled by default. After days of lost productivity as a result of receiving inane messages while programming, I decided to disable it. It's best to disable it from your computer so that you can still utilize iMessage's functionality within your iOS device.

Finally, open the Notifications & Focus pane in System Preferences. Select Messages from the sidebar and toggle "Allow Notifications" to the off position.

If you want to group items by Conversation, select the View menu, then check the box for Show as Conversations. For more information about conversations, see view email messages by conversation.

Over time, your Mac can accumulate a lot of unwanted junk, including old messages. Stored conversations can contain a lot of data, which takes up space and could potentially provide a wealth of private information to anyone with access to your device.

When your Mac accumulates a large number of messages, several issues can arise. The most common problem you may encounter, especially when using a smaller portable device with limited storage, is a lack of free space.

iMessage in macOS is a versatile app that provides multiple methods for removing messages you no longer need. Whether you want to delete a single item, an entire conversation, or completely clear your history, a simple solution exists.

Alternatively, if the messages you want to delete are all together, you can hold the Shift key and simply click the first and last entry you want to remove to select those and every one in between.

Additionally, you may want to stop the Mac from asking you to connect to your iPhone all the time. To do that, open the Apple menu and go to System Preferences > Network > Wi-Fi. Then, uncheck the box next to Ask to join Personal Hotspots. You can still join it via the Wi-Fi menu.

Conversely, you can stop your Mac from appearing in AirDrop on the iPhone. Simply open the Finder app, select AirDrop on the sidebar, and set Allow me to be discovered by: to No One.

Or, you can stop your iPhone from syncing data to your Mac (and other devices linked to your Apple ID). To do that, open the Settings app, go to Apple ID > iCloud, and turn off the switches next to the services you want to disable.

Alternatively, you can prevent your Mac from sending and receiving text messages via your iPhone. Go to Settings > Messages > Text Message Forwarding and turn off the switch next to the Mac.

Does your Mac keep bugging you about incoming phone and FaceTime calls from your iPhone? To prevent that, open the FaceTime app and bring up its Preferences pane. Then, switch to the Settings tab and uncheck Calls From iPhone.

Or, you can configure your iPhone to stop it from transmitting incoming calls to your Mac. Open the Settings app and tap Phone > Calls on Other Devices. Follow by disabling the switch next to the Mac.

The pointers above should have helped you disconnect your iPhone from a Mac. If you ended up going all the way by removing either device from your Apple ID, you might want to follow by setting it up with a completely new iCloud account.

Dilum Senevirathne is a freelance tech writer and blogger with over three years of experience contributing to online technology publications. He specializes in topics related to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, Windows, and Google web apps. Dilum holds an Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting from CIMA and AICPA.

SMS Filter is enabled by default to help users organize their messages. Using on-device machine learning, messages from unknown senders may be sorted into two subcategories: Transactions or Promotions. SMS Filter does not send any content or data from Messages to Apple. You can disable SMS Filter at any time by going to Settings > Messages > Unknown & Spam, and selecting None from the list.

It is easy to delete one email on Mac, however, there seems no way to delete multiple emails all altogether. And by clicking the Delete button, the deleted emails still remain on your Mac storage. You have to erase the deleted emails to permanently delete them from your Mac to regain the storage space.

Open the Mail app on your iMac/MacBook, press and hold the Shift key and select the emails you want to delete. After selecting all the emails you want to delete, click the Delete button, then all the selected messages will be deleted.

It you want to delete multiple emails from the same person, type the name of the sender in the search bar to find all the emails from the sender. If you would like to delete multiple emails received or sent on a specific date, enter the date, for example, entering "Date: 11/13/18-11/14/18" in the search bar.

It is recommended to use Macube Cleaner to clean up Mail storage. It is a great Mac cleanup utility that lets you clean mail cache generated when you open the mail attachments as well as unwanted downloaded mail attachments in one click. In addition, deleting downloaded attachments with MacMaster won't remove the files from mail server, which means you can redownload the files anytime you want.

Step 2 In Accounts > Mailbox Behaviors, you can change the time period for Mail to erase junk messages or deleted messages, for instance, never, after one day, after one week, after one month.

Above are what you can do to remove mail from Mac. You can reduce the Mail storage by deleting emails, attachments, caches, and also uninstalling the Mail app if you rarely use it. Hope they are helpful for you to clean up the Mail storage on your Mac with these methods.

Apple Messages for Business is a service that allows your organization to directlymessage with your customers using the Messages app. You can also use the full power of theiMessage framework to help your customers resolve issues, schedule appointments, makepurchases, or make payments with Apple Pay. Businesses engage with a Messaging ServiceProvider (MSP) to manage customer inquiries through Messages for Business. Depending on yourconfiguration, your customers can start a conversation through a Messages for Businessentry point from your website, your app, emails and other touch points. Depending on yourconfiguration, customers can also find your business and start a conversation from withinApple Maps or by tapping on your phone number.

The first step to communicating with your customers using Messages for Business is through AppleBusiness Register, where you can create a Messages for Business account. As shown in the diagrambelow, you need an MSP to connect your business to the Messages for Business service. An MSP providesthe software and services necessary to allow your agents to respond from their consoles tocustomer messages sent from the Messages app on Apple devices. You can find a list of approvedMSPs on Apple Business Register.

The first thing to do is to make very sure the number isn't in your Contacts. Maybe you have a second entry for him? Maybe you have multiple numbers in an entry?Once you have done that, another step is to remove all of the conversations you have had with that old number. So go through your Messages conversations and see if you still have old conversations that use that number. Of course while those old conversations are still there, Messages will "know" that number. Not sure if this will fix the problem, and hard to test, but it makes sense.The next idea requires that you also have an iPhone or iPad that you are using with the same Apple ID. Quit the Messages app on your Mac. Go into the messages app on your iOS device. Start a new conversation and begin typing that old number until you see a list appear with suggestions and that old number is there. Tap the "i" button next to it. Then tap Remove From Recents. This may or may not, depending on the post you read, transfer to your Mac via iCloud.Those are the only ideas I have.One note though: How is it automatically picking that old number? I mean, when I send a text message to my wife, for instance, I am continuing a conversation that we have been having for years. I only ever tap the "new conversation" button if I am messaging someone I have never messaged before. Otherwise, I just select the current conversation on the left and send them a message.


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