Because Messages for Mac uses an Apple ID and not a phone number, the messages won’t sync. Similarly, if you discover that i Messages aren’t syncing between multiple i OS devices, be sure to use your email address and Apple ID as caller ID and all should be working as intended. Try this: Confirm Your Apple ID Mobile Phone Number Another possible solution is to confirm your mobile phone number with your Apple ID.This has been reported to be a fix for some users who have persistent issues after the above sequences turn up blank.Even though i Message is the most relevant of the services listed, if others (such as Apple ID or i Chat) are experiencing problems then there may be a domino-effect of problems into other services.If Apple’s services all check out, then try a new conversation with a second individual, to see if the conversation syncs properly with that person.But this doesn’t always work as intended, and sometimes messages sent to the i Phone won’t reach the Mac, and sometimes messages sent to the Mac won’t reach the i Phone, and a myriad of other similar situations.If you find Messages to not be syncing properly between i OS and OS X, the fix is straight forward: This problem seems to mostly effect users who set up i Message on the i OS device a while back but based the delivery and caller ID on their phone number and not their Apple ID.mac OS Sierra promises to be Apple's most intelligent, convenient, and accessible desktop operating system yet.A long time ago on a platform far, far away, Mac OS was the branding Apple used for the software that ran on all of its computers.
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In addition to syncing, i Message should allow you to seamlessly use multiple means of addressing the members of a conversation, so for instance, you can send a reply to a person’s phone number or to his or her e-mail address, and that reply should be appended to the same conversation (provided the person has allowed both of those to be used in i Message).
While this should be the case, there are times when your devices might not sync up properly, resulting in one or two frustrating behaviors: This type of problem can be frustrating, because if one device is configured incorrectly, then it may be difficult to find it.
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