Every so often in Mail, new messages will show up as empty: "This message has no content". In fact they're not empty, but it seems their processing was interrupted... and I can't figure out how to get Mail to take another look.

So, the question: Is there any way to refresh such messages without quitting and restarting Mail? That seems to work, but it is a pain when I'm in the middle of a lot of stuff.

I'm on Mountain Lion, with Mail 6.6 and an IMAP server.

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    This might be relevant: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/30082/… – Lizzan Dec 3 '13 at 7:37
  • Thanks for the tip, indeed that looks like the same problem! I'll try the trick in the accepted answer next time it happens: Delete and undelete the truncated message. – alexis Dec 3 '13 at 14:48

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