Mac Mail (no subject warning)

robjrussell

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Nov 3, 2007
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hey guys i hope i'm posting this in the right forum..
I don't really have any experience programming or anything
but i was just wondering if anyone knows if there's a way to
get rid of the warning in Mail. I hate the hell out of it..

I wouldn't care if I had to go into some system file and delete
it or whatever.. I just want it off my computer!!!!!

if anyone has any ideas i'd appreciate it greatly
rob
 

Doctor Q

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Sorry to have a differing opinion, but I'm very grateful to Apple for adding this long-missing feature, which is there for a good reason: to warn you about what most people would consider a mistake.

To answer your question, some features of Mail are choices in the Preferences and still others are controlled by settings you can edit in file /Users/(yourname)/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail.plist but I don't see an option to supress this warning.

So I doubt you can avoid it, even if you are a programmer, since it's now a built-in feature of the program.

May I ask why you want to send Subject-less email?
 
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robjrussell

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Nov 3, 2007
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Newcastle, Aus
yea i dont know.. i just always have sent subjectless emails.
maybe i'm too lazy and in too big of a hurry.

holy smokes that file is huge. how did you look through all of it?!
 
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