Currently Being ModeratedJan 14, 2013 3:23 AM (in response to adamhills)
Do you usually shut your computer down or just put it on sleep? If you leave it on sleep, try shutting it down once in a while to clear the RAM cache. This can actually increase performance by alot.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 14, 2013 11:29 PM (in response to mr chowdah)
Thanks for responding. I do yeah. It didnt make much difference with mail though...Oddly enough I came across the below and it helped, now mail is running really well
Jul 27, 2012 2:50 PM (in response to Adirondack Moose)
Finally - I have a fix. It was related to address book problems.
The solution is highlighted here:
*** Be warned though - make sure you already have contacts up in iCloud before doing this:
- 1. Bring up System Preferences, go to iCloud and uncheck "Contacts"
- 2. You need to remove the folder /Users/<your_name>/Library/Application Support/AddressBook
If you have issues removing, quit Mail and Contacts
If you don't have contacts in iCloud, try renaming the folder
- 3. Reboot the machine
- 4. Bring up System Preferences, go to iCloud and now check "Contacts"
Now when you bring up Contacts, it should sync with iCloud, Mail and Messages will work fine.