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When you click with the mouse button on an item directly above or below the currently selected one, Mail behaves the same way as it would with the down and up arrows on the keyboard. When you hit the down or up key to select the next item in the list, Mail is programmed so that it remembers your "working direction". Which means when you move the selection ...
To uninstall try with AppCleaner, it's free in the AppStore. Apple Mail is a system app so, in AppCleaner, try double click on the checkbox and then proceed to Delete the app. For Reinstall. Apparently you'll need to do a reinstallation of OSX. According to this Apple page, a reinstallation wont affect your files, can't tell for myself, I've never done ...
XQuartz, which is the OS X X-server implementation doesn't support native Aqua apps like Mail.app, just regular unix X-server apps - xterm, etc, so I don't think this will work for you. However, OS X does come with VNC built in, if you want to share screens from Windows. It's under Sharing in System Preferences, check the box for 'Screen Sharing'. See this: ...
After trying all sorts of things with Keychain and other devices I finally figured out what is causing this. The offending 'account' was in the SMTP list. You can find this by going to 'Preferences' in the Mail app, select the 'Accounts' tab, click on the dropdown for 'Outgoing Mail Server' and there you can 'Edit SMTP Server list'.
I use Gmail for Work along with Mac Mail and how I got around this was by opening: Preferences > Accounts Then in the Email Address field I put a comma after the address that was there and then added the other address I wanted to be able to reply from. For me I added 4 different ones just by separating with a space and comma like this: email@example.com, ...
I don't think closing the window "messes up" anything. Either your Apple ID is created, or it's not! Check if you can login using your Apple ID in related services like iTunes Store. If you can't login, then there was an error on Apple's side and you can repeat the process again. On the other hand, if you can login, then your Apple ID is already created and ...
May be relevant: An interface error appears to have crept into 10.10.4 The small dot on the Preview pane used to stop at top when dragged up. Now it disappears under top of split window. Solution?: carefully drag split window down from top again!...thought all my mail had gone!
Buscar has the gist correct, though I would add a step: backup your ~/Library/Mail folder (OPTION-Drag it to the desktop) then delete the account. One that is done add it back. If your old mail has vanished when the new account has been established just import the backed up mailboxes sitting on the Desktop.
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