Support says this is an upgrade, not an update, so it doesn't show on the updates page. I am aware of that. Upgrade = going from 10.11.x to 10.12.x (a different operating system entirely) Update = going from 10.11.5 to 10.11.6 or 10.12.2 to 10.12.3 (same operating system, but updated components). The OS X El Capitan v10.11.2 Update is recommended for all OS X El Capitan users. The OS X El Capitan v10.11.2 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, and is recommended for all users. This update: Improves Wi-Fi reliability; Improves the reliability of Handoff and AirDrop. Jun 01, 2021 Upgrade Mac OS X El Capitan to macOS Sierra 10.12. To upgrade Mac OS X El Capitan to macOS Sierra 10.12, the latest updates from Apple.Inc, Download the macOS Sierra 10.12.1 latest version from Apple App Store. #1.Open Apple App Store then navigate to Featured tab. Find macOS Sierra from right sidebar on app store then click on. Apple has released Safari 11 for macOS Sierra 10.12.6 and Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.6. The update to Safari includes various security patches, bug fixes, and includes a handful of new features for the Mac web browser. Perhaps the most noteworthy feature of Safari 11 is that it stops media from automatically playing audio on most websites.

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Once the E-mail Migration of 2018 is complete, customers with an e-mail address that ends with @widomaker.com (or tni.net) will need to update the settings in their e-mail software. This article contains instructions for customers using the Apple Mail app in OS X e-mail software, on their Apple Mac desktop, or laptop computer.

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Only make changes to your settings if you started receiving an error once the migration took place.

If you use Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), or later, disable (turn off) the Apple Mail option to “Automatically manage connection settings” or “Automatically detect and maintain account settings by using the instructions provided by Apple, in their support article titled, “Automatically manage connection settings in Mail on your Mac“. Once that setting has been disabled for both the incoming and outgoing servers, try following the instructions, below.

If you don’t know which version of Mac OS you are using, read the Apple support article titled, “How to find the macOS version number on your Mac“.

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How to update settings in Mail on Apple’s Mac OS X

Please note that some screens and steps may vary from the instructions, below, due to differences between versions of OS X, macOS, or the Apple Mail app.

  1. Open Mail (postage stamp icon) to the main e-mail screen.
  2. Click the Mail menu at the top-left of the Mail screen, then click Preferences, as shown in the image, below…
  3. Click the Accounts tab. Select your Widomaker e-mail account from the Accounts listing in the left side column. Make sure the Account Information tab is selected. Edit the “User Name:” field. Previously, it only contained your username. Make sure that it contains your full e-mail address, instead of just the username, by adding “@widomaker.com” (without quote marks).
  4. Click the Advanced tab. Make sure that the other settings match what is highlighted with green, in the image, below.
    • Port: 995
    • Use SSL: ☑ (checkmarked)
    • Authentication: Password
  5. Once again, click the Account Information tab. Click the drop-down menu to the right of the “Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):” field. Select “Edit SMTP Server List…
  6. Select the Widomaker SMTP server. Make sure the Account Information tab is selected. Verify that the Server Name is “smtp.widomaker.com” as shown in the image, below…
  7. Click the Advanced tab. Edit the “User Name:” field. Previously, it only contained your username. Make sure that it contains your full e-mail address, instead of just the username, by adding “@widomaker.com” (without quote marks). Make sure that the other settings match what is highlighted with green, in the image, below. Then, click OK.
    • Use default ports: ◉ (selected), or Port: 587
    • Use secure sockets layer (SSL): ☑ (checkmarked)
    • Authentication: Password
    • User Name: Your full e-mail address (all lowercase letters)
  8. Close the Accounts window. When asked if you would like to save the changes, select Yes.
  9. All done! Now test checking and sending mail to confirm Mail is working properly. Sending yourself a test message is an easy way to test that the settings are correct and Mail is working properly.

Troubleshooing Steps

If, after the completing the above steps, you are unable to send or receive mail, please try these troubleshooting steps…

If you have trouble after completing the above steps, make sure all of your accounts in Apple Mail are set to Online as described in the link at Apple’s Support, below…

Apple Support: If a mailbox is offline in Mail on Mac

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How to Take Accounts Online in Apple Mail:

If you use Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), or later, disable (turn off) the Apple Mail option to “Automatically manage connection settings” or “Automatically detect and maintain account settings by using the instructions provided by Apple, in their support article titled, “Automatically manage connection settings in Mail on your Mac“. Once that setting has been disabled for both the incoming and outgoing servers, try following the instructions, again, from step number one (1).

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