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Add an email address to your Apple iCloud white list or safe sender list

To help keep important email messages out of your iCloud email junk folder, you can add the sender email address to your iCloud Contacts. If a desired email message is already in your junk folder, you can use an option to train the iCloud spam filter to not send those messages to your junk folder.

Add a iCloud Contact

When you add a sender’s email address to your contacts, it tells iCloud you want to receive email from that sender. This method does not guarantee messages from the desired sender won’t be sent to the junk folder, but it’s an easy way to make it more likely the desired email will arrive in your inbox.

  1. In Contacts on iCloud.com, select the Add (+) button in the sidebar, then choose New Contact
  2. Enter information for the new contact, especially the contact’s sending email address.
  3. Select Done

Mark email as not junk

If a desired email message was sent to your junk folder, you can mark it as “not junk” so that any future messages from the same sender go to your inbox:

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 7 or later

  1. Open the Mail app
  2. Open the message in the Junk folder
  3. Tap the folder icon at the bottom
  4. Tap Inbox to move the message

On your Mac

  1. Open the Mail app
  2. Select the desired message
  3. Select the Not Junk button in the Mail toolbar or drag the message to the Inbox in the sidebar

At iCloud.com

  1. In Mail on iCloud.com, click the Junk folder in the sidebar.
    (If you don’t see the sidebar, see Show or hide the sidebar in Mail on iCloud.com)
  2. Select the message
  3. Select Not Junk in the notification bar at the top of the message window or drag the message to the Inbox in the sidebar

If you notice that multiple email messages are being delayed, bounced, or not delivered, contact iCloud Support. Make sure to check your Junk folder for email messages that were incorrectly marked as junk mail. To check your Junk folder at iCloud.com, choose the Mail application and click the Junk folder in the sidebar. Email messages in the Junk folder are automatically deleted after 30 days.

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Sours: https://www.whitelist.guide/icloud/

Whitelisting Apple iCloud services on a restrictive firewall

When using restrictive Layer 3 Firewall Rules for outbound traffic on the MX Security Appliance, services such as Apple iCloud can sometimes be inadvertently blocked. The purpose of this KB is to discuss the ports Apple iCloud needs access to perform backups and access data stored on iCloud.


Figure 1. Explicit deny rule blocking iCloud traffic. 



The firewall configuration shown in Figure 1 will block all outbound traffic except TCP 80 amd TCP 443 (http and https).  A user trying to use another protocol, like UDP, or another port, like 25, will be blocked by the firewall. With these rules in place many other features will not work.




To allow iCloud to function, Apple has a list of ports which need to be allowed for iCloud to function on your client devices. The ports used by iCloud are:


TCP 25

TCP 80

TCP 443

TCP 587

TCP 993

TCP 5223

To allow the connection on these ports, use the following configuration.

Figure 2. iCloud firewall config.

Once the connections are allowed, iCloud will function and users will be able to back up their devices or pull information they have stored in iCloud.

Sours: https://documentation.meraki.com/General_Administration/Other_Topics/Whitelisting_Apple_iCloud_services_on_a_restrictive_firewall
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Web-only access to iCloud

If you don’t have an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, you can still use iCloud Drive, Pages, Numbers, or Keynote, Contacts, and Notes directly from iCloud.com.

What is web-only access to iCloud?

Web-only access to iCloud lets you share and collaborate with others in real time on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, even if they don't have access to an Apple device. That means you can invite anyone to share a file. Then they can use their web-only account to access the file and make edits, without leaving iCloud. It includes access to iCloud Drive, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and Notes for iCloud, and 1GB of free storage for any notes and documents you create.

Learn more about iWork for iCloud.

How do I get started?

Simply go to iCloud.com and sign in with your Apple ID. If you've used the iTunes Store, iCloud, or any Apple service, you might already have an Apple ID. If you don't remember it, you can find your Apple ID. 

If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one:

  1. Go to iCloud.com. 
  2. Click Create Apple ID. 
  3. Fill out the required account information including your email address, a strong password, and security questions.
  4. Verify your email address by entering the 6-digit code we send you.
  5. Accept the iCloud Terms of Service. 

After you create your account, you'll be signed in automatically.

How do I get the full set of iCloud features?

Can I upgrade my iCloud storage?

Web-only iCloud accounts are limited to 1GB of storage. You need an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac to access the full set of iCloud features and upgrade your storage. 

What is an Apple ID?

Your Apple ID is the personal account you use with all Apple products and services. It includes the email address and password you use to sign in, as well as the contact, payment, and security details that you use with Apple.



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Sours: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204174
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Question:Q:What are the URL Hostnames used by the iCloud service

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Working in a corporate environment, they have a proxy that is performing SSL Decryption which is interfering with iCloud. They are willing to put in a bypass for the SSL Decryption which will allow iCloud to work, however to do so they need the URL Hostnames used by the iCloud service. I was able to find this article: TCP and UDP ports used by Apple software products - Apple Support but that lists the service names only in association with the ports. Is there an article somewhere that lists the URL Hostnames used over port 443 for the iCloud service?

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Jun 23, 2016 8:32 AM in response to John NR In response to John NR

What specific iCloud service are you referring to? Are you trying to access iCloud.com? If so, the URL is https://www.icloud.com

If you are referring to the services within iCloud.com add /# to the end of the above string to sign in and for the individual services you would add the following to the end of the www.icloud.com string:






/#notes or /#notes2









Jun 23, 2016 8:32 AM

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Question:Q:What are the URL Hostnames used by the iCloud service

Sours: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7597822

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What is my iCloud Calendar URL and why do I need it?

Marvin needs to communicate with Apple's servers in order to sync your calendar.  Since Apple has so many users, it spreads its users across many servers.  In most cases we are able to figure out which server your calendar lives on with a request to a generic https://calendars.icloud.com, but for some users this doesn't work!  It will appear as if you are entering the wrong email/app-specific password every time.

So if you try to link your Apple Calendar and Marvin fails to load your calendar, first double check to make sure the correct email (i.e. your Apple ID) is entered in the top field.  But assuming that looks OK, you'll have to figure out which server your calendar lives on.

How to enter Calendar URL 

After a failed login attempt, Marvin will assume that your email/app-specific password were correct and give you the opportunity to enter your calendar URL:

How to find Calendar URL

First open Calendar on your mac (or icloud.com) and select your calendar in the left sidebar.  You will see an icon that looks like a signal being transmitted:

Click it to open a small popup:

Temporarily check the box to make this calendar public, then you can copy the URL and paste it into Marvin. 

Now that you have the URL, feel free to uncheck the box that makes the calendar public, as this is not required for use in Marvin.

Will temporarily making my calendar public publish it to the world?

No.  So long as you don't share this URL, making your calendar public has no effect.

Why is this happening to me?

It's a mystery!  The default Marvin behavior works for most users but not for others.  But after you

Sours: https://help.amazingmarvin.com/en/articles/3209840-what-is-my-icloud-calendar-url-and-why-do-i-need-it
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How to find your iCloud Calendar URL


If you're an iCloud user, and you've found a need to share out a calendar to an application via a URL, you've probably come up against a number of hurdles. With a calendar URL, you can use it to subscribe to a calendar in an application outside of the Apple universe (such as with Google or Thunderbird/Lightning). Locating the URL for a Public Calendar is really simple:

  • Log into iCloud.
  • Open the Calendar app.
  • Click on the grayed out "wireless" icon.
  • Click Public Calendar.
  • Copy the given URL (it'll start with webcal).

You can then use that URL to subscribe to the calendar in question. But what if you don't want to make that calendar public? Or what if you want more than read-only permissions? If you're looking to share a calendar privately, the steps required to locate the address are a bit more complicated. Let me show you how it's done.

What you'll need

You'll need to be able to log into your iCloud account. You'll also need Firefox, and if you have two-factor authentication setup for iCloud, which you should, you'll need to generate an app password from Apple ID, which only applies when you're configuring third-party software to sync with the calendar.

Let's get to work.

Finding out the necessary bits

The URL we're looking for is in the form:


We have to locate the pXX and the DSID. To do that, open up iCloud in Firefox (I know, it's crazy ... play along). Click on the calendar you want to share and then open the Firefox debugging console by hitting F12. When the console opens, select the calendar you want to share, and generate a test calendar appointment to generate some traffic. When you see a POST entry in the console (Figure A), select it.

Figure A

Figure A

In the right pane, click Params and scroll down until you find the dsid entry (Figure B). Copy that ID into a note or document (you'll need it later).

Figure B

Figure B

Close the debugging console and click the grayed out "wireless" icon associated with the calendar you want to share. Temporarily select Public Calendar to reveal the next bit of information we need (the base URL for the calendar - Figure C).

Figure C

Figure C

This will reveal the pXX part of the URL. In this case, it's p11. So now all we have to do is fill in the blanks. Let's say we're going to share out a Calendar named work. To do that, the URL would be:


NOTE: Your calendar might have a different pXX number than mine.

The above URL can then be used with tools like Thunderbird to sync the iCloud Calendar (without having to settle for public/read-only calendars). Do remember, once you have the pXX part of the URL, you should uncheck the Public option for that calendar.

Useful information

If you've ever had the need to find the URL for an iCloud calendar, you now have the means. The process is a bit convoluted, but now that you know how to get all the necessary information, you won't have any problem sharing out those private calendars with third-party software.

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