Strange that one Computer rec'd & not yours!???
In Mail's Window Menu, choose Connection Doctor, any red dots for status, if so what is the message?
Then click the Show Details button & Check again.
Thanks for your help DBAqua,
I was not aware of that facility.
I get green status.Connection and login succeeded. So it is not the Server!
READ Feb 11 09:42:47.892 [kCFStreamSocketSecurityLevelNegotiatedSSL] -- host:mail.iinet.net.au -- port:995 -- socket:0x17290f40 -- thread:0x17394e50
+OK 29 UID29-1333097013
WROTE Feb 11 09:42:47.899 [kCFStreamSocketSecurityLevelNegotiatedSSL] -- host:mail.iinet.net.au -- port:995 -- socket:0x17290f40 -- thread:0x17394e50
READ Feb 11 09:42:47.964 [kCFStreamSocketSecurityLevelNegotiatedSSL] -- host:mail.iinet.net.au -- port:995 -- socket:0x17290f40 -- thread:0x17394e50
So why is the Mail not being recieved by the app? Get Mail gives me nothing. The plot thickens!
Yes, It makes no sense does it!
I have created a second account which has received email, but not all that is on the server. Just some emails between 18/01/2013 and 08/02/2013.
Checking the server shows emails every day up to the 13 feb!
I have read all emails on server so it is not a distinction between read and unread mail that effects receipt in Mail.
I sent myself another email to test Account 02. It arrived at the server but not at the computer in Mail.
Sent tests have been stored in the Sent mail box. Outgoing has not been a problem.
Emails are being sent and received without any problem on other iMac on network.
Now using port 110 instead of previous port 995.
This seems crazy. If Account 02 can receive 6 emails it should receive all emails.
Can ports fail partially?