Clear the DNS cache in OS X 10.11 El Capitan

OS X 10.11 El Capitan uses the same command as the previous version of OS X to clear the DNS cache. You need to open a Terminal window and enter: sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder It will ask you for your password if you do not already have elevated privileges. If you’ve moved a site somewhere […]

El Capitan and Exchange aliases solution

Further to my previous post, after a bit of playing around I’ve found a solution to the problem of using Exchange aliases in OS X Mail under OS X 10.11 El Capitan. It seems the accounts.plist file is now superfluous and the way to add an alias is as follows: 1. In OSX Mail, select Mail -> Preferences. […]

El Capitan mail, Exchange aliases and accounts.plist

I decided to take the plunge on Thursday (1st October 2015) and upgrade OS X to version 10.11 El Capitan. By and large I haven’t noticed much difference and it all seemed to go smoothly. Alas, there seems to be one particular problem that Apple really need to sort out as a priority. If you use an […]

OmniFocus 2 – what’s missing?

I am very fussy it seems. I can never seem to find applications that do exactly what I want them to. There’s always some functionality I want that’s missing. What’s really annoying is that it’s often just a small thing, but it’s missing nevertheless and quite aggravating. I love productivity apps. I have no idea why because I’m […]