The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

November 7th, 2017

@howardnoakley So you’re saying that with automatic termination enabled and no open documents, it becomes a zombie? A fifth state?

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@howardnoakley Hmm. I remember this working, and it’s documented: developer.apple.com/library/conten… But maybe changed in a later release?

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@howardnoakley That seems backwards. I thought preventing App Nap would prevent the zombie from being created.

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@howardnoakley Pretty sure it can and that people have used this to override the system apps that are under SIP.

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@howardnoakley Have you tried “defaults write … NSDisableAutomaticTermination”?

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@mcelhearn OK. Messages flagged by SpamSieve will show a slightly different message, saying that you marked the message as junk.

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@mcelhearn Could also get marked as spam by a local spam filter running on a different Mac. The flag syncs.

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@mcelhearn Just found an example message on High Sierra. “Mail thinks this message is Junk Mail” and it offers the “Not Junk” button.

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@mcelhearn It should and it can, because it can change the server flag and it can move the message out of the Junk… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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@mcelhearn I don’t currently have any of that class of messages on my High Sierra Mac. But I’m sure that Mail showe… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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@mcelhearn The text doesn’t say that Mail flagged it. It says that Mail thinks the message is junk (because Gmail set the flag).

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@mcelhearn That’s odd—the button usually does display when Mail’s filter is off.

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@mcelhearn Should work to click Mail’s Not Junk button.

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@mcelhearn Probably, Mail is telling you that a server filter marked that message as junk.

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@YummySoftware Yeah, unbelievable how quickly 10.7 installed compared with 10.13.

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