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Yes Yahoo mail supports push, but failing sometimes. This is how to enable it: Go to "Settings->Mail, Contacts, Calendars" Tap "Fetch New Data" Slide "Push" to ON (you can select Fetch period whatever you like) Also from "Fetch New Data" page, tap "Advanced" and see that Yahoo! mail account has Push text on the right It is easy to do, but sometimes Yahoo ...
In Preferences, within Mail, in the Accounts tab, for each of your accounts there is an Advanced tab. There is an option called Keep copies for offline viewing which is a drop-down box. By Choosing All messages, but omit attachments, you can set it to never cache the attachments.
There are no steps you can take because you don't have access to the server logs at Yahoo! If this is a legal matter, you might be able to obtain a search warrant for the mail server logs if law enforcement is involved. This would only prove where the connection was established from, which may or may not be useful. In the meantime, have the owner of the ...
I was curious about this myself and started by looking in Activity Monitor, found that "launchd" was the service that kicked off the Yahoo Contacts Sync. After some googl'ing I found out that custom scripts for launchd get executed from the ~(user)/Library/LaunchAgents folder. In there, you'll find the culprit -- at least, I did. Now I dunno if I should ...
Here is how I solved this: launch Address Book go to Preferences -> Accounts tab -> On My Mac item check Synchronize with Yahoo! box (which was unchecked for me) choose cancel in the resulting dialogue box I can only guess that checking Synchronize with Yahoo! and canceling the resulting dialogue shook some sense into some forgotten settings.
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