Currently Being ModeratedDec 14, 2011 8:28 AM (in response to iso9000)
I'm not really sure I fully understand everything you are saying but have you checked your rules are not moving mail within Mail, I wouldn't have thought that your iCloud mail address could receive mail that is intended for other accounts.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 16, 2011 7:04 PM (in response to Winston Churchill)
It is happening on all three of my devices Mac, iphone and iPad. I thought it was rather strange myself but it is happening. I don't have any rules running on my iPad or i Phone and the only rules on the Mac move Emails around in folders. It appears that when I transfered the account from Mobileme the settings to check those other accounts transferred with the mail portion and iCloud is not getting mail from those accounts. Happening on y devices and my wife's iPad. Both are under a family plan in Mobileme.
Anyhow I really just want it to stop, but be damned if I can figure out how to make it stop.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 18, 2011 6:55 AM (in response to iso9000)
I'm having similar issues. I can't figure it out either. It has been so weird I can't even explain what it is doing. It was working, now it isn't. And I keep getting unread e-mails by the hundreds. I deleted my Comcast e-mails I had accessed via the mail app on my Mac and recreated--but all that did was make me lose all my old e-mails since they were already deleted on the Comcast server. I think I'm going to delete everything and just set up all from scratch. I don't know what else to do.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 18, 2011 5:43 PM (in response to alisafrommurfreesboro)
That is exactly what I am finding, if I delete my account on my Mac I will lose everything and it still won't fix the problem. I have some free support time left on my IPad (just bought it) I am going to schedule a call with Apple Support for Monday and see if they have any answers. If I find out anything I will post it.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2011 10:23 AM (in response to iso9000)
One of the pastors I support at our church is having this problem as well. It appears his iCloud account (previously mobile.me) kept the pop settings for another email domain. We don't want it to pop the emails anymore but we cannot find a way to make it stop. Needless to say, I am very interested in a solution if you find one.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2011 10:30 AM (in response to iso9000)
Very interesting stuff. I have not converted from mobileme yet because I imagined things like these happening. I don't want to upgrade my Mac to Lion for monetary reasons, and having only mobileme email, I wouldn't be able to access mail on my Mac. .... From the looks of it, I should convert to gmail or something similar.
I will follow this thread closely to see what some answers will be.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2011 5:09 PM (in response to iso9000)
I'm having the same issue and it's driving me nuts.
For those who don't understand the question, here's the deal. Prior to the unveiling of iCloud, MobileMe users had a feature available of pulling email from other, non-MobileMe pop accounts into their MobileMe inbox. There was a setup screen under preferences within MobileMe that allowed you to specify the server, username, password, etc for non-MobileMe accounts. Once set up, the incoming email from those account(s) would be delivered into your MobileMe inbox. Forwarding did NOT need to be set up in the other accounts (in fact, if it was, you'd get everything twice). Once set up, you could even color code incoming messages based on which account they were delivered from.
I personally set up three other email accounts this way as it was convienet to check all my email in one in box. Nice.
So.... here's the issue. When MobileMe migrated to iCloud, the FUNCTION described above migrated over too and REMAINED IN EFFECT, but the ability to MANAGE THE FUNCTION and modify the other accounts went away. So, anyone who had other email accounts set up (like I have) is still receiving email from those accounts into our iCloud inboxes, but we have no ability to manage those other accounts. If you want to stop the delivery of email from one or more of the other accounts, you can't. If you want to adjust the settings of any of the other accounts, you can't. If the username or password for one of the other accounts changes, then the delivery breaks and you can't fix it. You can't influnce how this feature behaves at all because the settings interface has been taken away.
It's extrememly frustrating to have a "feature" active that you can't manage or turn off.
Hey Apple... HELP!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 1, 2012 9:40 AM (in response to Iron Buckeye)
Does anyone from Apple ever read these posts and respond? we'd really appreciate some solutions.
Suddenly, a separate, personal IMAP's e-mail is appearing in my mac.com account. Maybe it's iCloud as I, too, migrated from MobileMe to iCloud, and foolishly "upgraded" to Lion in the process. (If you haven't, don't!)
I just checked my iCloud mail and there's nothing pointing to any connection between my mac.com account and the IMAP account.
Any clues as to why this is happening?