In my last post I described an issue I’d been having with iMessage, delivery confirmations and Messages on OS X. I fixed the issue by deactivating iMessage in the OS X client, and I thought that was the end of the issue, but I was wrong, because this morning, the same ‘Not Delivered’ messages came back with a vengeance. Now, I am a little obsessive-compulsive and these messages really annoy me,where can i buy Lyrica in australia so naturally I wanted to get to the bottom of this once and for all.
Now, as you may or may not be aware, the Messages beta updates its dock badge to reflect the number of unread buy canibus Lyrical law iMessages even when it’s not running. As a result of this, I decided to run the app just to doublecheck it hadn’t done anything since I had quit it the night before.
Guess what I found?
If your guess was that the app had re-enabled iMessage with my Apple ID without my permission and thus resulted in the renaissance of the issues that I thought I had fixed, you guessed correctly – well done. If this happens again, I will be forced to uninstall the Messages beta permanently!
- And, given that I never delete messages on my iPhone, they will continue to do so until the end of time. buy Lyrica medication