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Old 28 Mar 2016, 07:09 AM   #16
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I also found it annoying when I would log in it would send me an email that someone logged in.
Gmail does that sometimes too to me.


The one benefit from email hosted by Apple is that you know the service won't disappear or cease operations anytime soon, because the service is backed by one of the richest companies in the internet/IT business. So in that perspective iCloud should be ranked in the same category as Gmail, Outlook.com, Yahoo, Mail.ru, ...
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Old 28 Mar 2016, 07:26 AM   #17
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Gmail does that sometimes too to me.
This happens to me frequently, every time I travel to a different location.

I consider it to be a valuable safeguard.

If I am travelling all the time (like every day or so) I also notice that these warnings become less frequent, and sometimes go away, altogether.
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Old 7 Feb 2018, 10:40 PM   #18
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not fixed. I tested it just two days ago with a news article (chinese language) from 163.com
the message was dropped silently by apple.
Came across this post. Out of curiosity I send myself a mail to my iCloud.com domain with the barely legal phrase. It just arrived without problems.

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Old 11 Feb 2018, 02:29 AM   #19
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I think Apple is slowly improving the service. However, I still get more unwanted messages in my iCloud inbox than for any other service (and I have or have had quite a few). What continues to bother me are occasional messages addressed to me, but seem to be genuine messages for a different customer
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