I've got a major cluster-fart on one of my IMAP accounts that's being hammered by bounce messages as backscatter. Over the weekend my Mail on 10.7.4 crashed with a
[Crashed Thread: 20 -[MailApp _doBackgroundFetch:]].
Reading up on Google for when Mail unexpectedly crashes 30 sec after loading that I should find the message that's causing it to crash and remove it. The trouble is finding it given I have several mailboxes. And I know where the
~/Library/Mail/ folder is. My problem, after having mail since pre-Jaguar days, my folder structure is like the below:
Bundles > Mail > ____Mail Lost+Found > ____V2 > ____ ____Several mail account folders > Mail Lost+Found > ____Several mail account folders > SpamSieve > V2 > ____Several mail account folders >
Of course, I'm using SpamSieve, but this crashes before and after its latest update. And the IMAP folders of each account is scattered as indicated. OK, which one? So I get Info on each of the folders listed above looking for a date within the last two days. Nope, the most recent is several months ago. I've read the V2 is Lion Mail, but as you see above I have more than one.
My question, is after all this time, which folder does what purpose and what files in them should I start yanking to pull the most recent messages out?