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    hobs707's Avatar
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    Jul 04, 2007
    15'' Macbook Pro, 17'' Intel iMac, 80gb iPod classic
    Can't undo Mail rule
    I was helping my mom try to change the background of an email she was writing in Mail, and I couldn't figure out how to do it. So i searched Mail help for backgrounds and they said go into rules in preferences.

    So I added a rule that said all messages > change message background to blue. I didn't realize it meant highlight the messages in your inbox that color, I thought it would just change the background for emails you were writing.

    So I deleted that rule, but it didn't change back. All of the messages in my mom's inbox are now blue and I can't change it back... help!

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    cradom's Avatar
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    Feb 14, 2004
    Groves, Texas
    13in macbook - 10.11 --- 21in. iMac 10.11 --- HP win 8
    Make a rule that changes them to white. After they're all changed, delete the rule.
    Craig Domingue
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    ric0h's Avatar
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    Aug 08, 2007
    Tijuana, Mexico
    lol sounds funny, but either way, you always have the option to reformat your comp incase cradom suggestion dint worked

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