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simple one just wondering why is my Apple Mail showing as "talagent" in mission control? Any idea how it can be fixed?

  • I do not realise when it switched to this name
  • I tried rebooting and resetting RAM but it's still showing the sameenter image description here
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    Wild guess… talagent is the service responsible for relaunching apps after a restart etc. Something has got confused, so try… Quit Mail, then delete the contents of ~/Library/Saved Application State/com.apple.mail.savedState/ (not the folder itself as it's an alias) Then relaunch Mail. – Tetsujin Nov 21 at 19:42
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    @Tetsujin amazing, I found the original folder, moved it to desktop for trial run and restarted Mail and it worked! Thank you so much! – Altor29 Nov 22 at 6:09
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From a wild guess in comments, which seems to have worked…

talagent is the service responsible for relaunching apps after a restart etc.
Something has got confused, so try…

Quit Mail, then delete the contents of
~/Library/Saved Application State/com.apple.mail.savedState/
(not the folder itself as it's an alias) Then relaunch Mail.

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  • Thank you very much @tetsujin! – Altor29 Nov 23 at 16:33

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