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I think @Buscar웃 is right, you need to fetch your mail before you know how much mail is in your inbox. I think you can use your Terminal for that, and with the combination of 'GeekBench' it might even look pretty. A common mailclient for OS X terminal is mail, it is already installed, but unfortunately I have no clue on how to configure it correctly. ...
I fixed the problem downloading the OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 Update (Combo) from the Apple website and installing it again. Either the App Store version was broken or something went wrong during the installation.
Before you delete it, see if you can repair Mail. In Mail, go to Window → Connection Doctor and let it verify your connections to see if all works there. Next step is to rebuild your Mail database. Go to the Mailbox tab and at the bottom click on Rebuild. If 1 and 2 are not accessible (grayed out) Try to reset Mail settings. - which you will need to set ...
You are probably replying to the message from inside your gmail inbox which will use the gmail account as the sending authority since the email was sent to this account in the first place. The error therefor isn't with the mail.app it is with the way that your emails are sent to you. If you want to change the address in which you send your email from just ...
I tried your request: I selected 50 emails, then choose Print under File Tab. It took some time to generate the print files, but then it showed me print preview for 50 emails. Without proceeding (do not want to waist my toner), I see there is no problem in printing 50 emails all at once.
Mail.app uses more than one approach to junk mail. Some spam gets reported by other users. You can forward your junk mail to email@example.com and it gets added to Apple's filtering system. Mail servers sometimes mark messages as spam. When a tool like spam assassin has marked an incoming message as junk, Mail.app respects that and passes it to the junk ...
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