[OS X TeX] El Capitan experiences
alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Fri Oct 2 15:43:08 EDT 2015
Or you could use Thunderbird and eliminate the problem.
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On 3/10/15 8:33 am, Alain Schremmer wrote:
> On , at 2015 Oct 2,3:15 PM, Richard Seguin wrote:
>> I just updated to El Capitan and also lost some mail. All of my mailboxes were intact except for the Inbox and Sent boxes, which were empty. I finally found the old Inbox and Sent boxes in the V3 subfolder of the Mail folder in my personal Library. I could tell that the Sent box was correct because Get Info indicated that it was huge in size. So, I selected Import Mailboxes under the Mail File menu, Selected Import data from Apple Mail*, clicked the Continue button, and then selected the Sent box that contained the old stuff. I repeated with the Inbox. They were put into “Import” mailboxes that appeared in Mail. Then I had to select and drag the contents of each to the respective Inbox and Sent boxes. I was sweating for a while, and the solution was painful, but I seem to have gotten all my old messages back. I don’t know why they put me through this torture.
>> Also, every time I try sending mail, it asks me for my iCloud ID. I’ve never set up iCloud, don’t use it, and don’t want to use it. I’m not sure how to turn this off.
>> * Selecting Files in box format does not work. I tried it. You have to use Apple Mail format.
>> Richard Séguin
> Thanks for the above which should help me even though I am only trying to figure out how to move my mail from my new old machine (10.6) to my newer old machine (10.10). What a waste of time.
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