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3065 Views 83 Replies Latest reply: Jan 9, 2008 7:08 PM by StangLove
Mail is running fine for me. I don't like the way some things are done in it but that's another story.
Have you tried repairing disk permissions?Macbook 2.16 GHz, Mac OS X (10.4.10), Actually using Leopard Final
Mine didn't crash but I received notification of new mail and couldn't see any. Nor could I see any thing in the text windows of any of my folders. I restarted (not necessarily for that issue) and it seemed to clear up.
So far so good since.24" AL iMac, iMac G5 ambient light 20", 2GHz MacBook "BlackBook", Mac OS X (10.5)
... the Mail app is probably crashing due to plugins not being disabled b4 the Leopard update. Check and see if there are any plugins for Mail such as Httpmail.. try disabling them and then reinstall mailMacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.4.5)
When I first opened mail after upgrading to 10.5, it said that it was going to disable the SpamSieve plugin (the only plugin I have on mail). I then quit mail, opened SpamSieve and reinstalled the plugin and the program ran fine.
The only issue i've noticed is that the new "mail activity" monitor at the bottom left (beneath the mailboxes) does not seem to work (ie pressing the up arrow makes it come up, but it shows no activity). Though the Activity window (Cmd+0) is working fine.
OKS2 x 3GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5), Macbook Pro 2.4GHz Intel Core Duo
I did a clean install and my mail keeps crashing!
I have my .Mac email setup... Sometimes I can read my mail, etc, but when I click on the red "x" to just close the window, it crashes.
Sometimes when I just click to "get mail" it crashes... I have rebooted a ton of times and it still does the same.
I had my .Mac syncing ON for mailboxes and rules and I thought maybe that was it because .Mac members are having sync problems right now, so I turned .Mac sync off for mailboxes and rules, but it had no effect.
Someone give me a solution!
P.S. I don't like how the notes get integrated into my mailbox. I want notes to be in a separates "NOTES" section.Macbook Pro nVidia(256) Generation, Mac OS X (10.4.10), Vista
My mail is also crashing. It can't load iPhoto or search the addressbook just a spinning ball. I have to force quit. Only plugin I found were the one's I think are apple installed.
and the MailWebPlugin.bundleAlumiMac, Mac OS X (10.5)
This was happening to me on Mail as well as the Address book.
The answer for me was simple. The programmes don't open if you use the dock. Open the applications from the applications folder and then delete the old dock icons and replace with new ones by dragging the icon from the applications folder onto the dock.
This also worked with the address book.iMac G4 17" flat screen, Mac OS X (10.4.5)
Mail is crashing every time I open. It worked for a while until I created a few notes and something went wrong. I tried to reinstall mail and this did not help.
Where would I look to see if mail bundles are installed?Macbook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5), 2.4 GHz
I have now got mine working by locating the plugins folder here Library/Mail/Bundles and deleted the third party plug-ins. Mail said it deleted them when I first opened mail and it did create a folder called Bundles-Old but I still had one left in the new Bundles folder. Now mail is running smoothly.iMac, Mac OS X (10.5)
I moved the /Applications/Mail.app/Contents/Plugins/ToDoPlugin.bundle temporarily to my desktop and then started mail. Mail opened fine and I deleted the previous todo that was corrupted. I then closed mail and copied the TodoPlugin.bundle back into the /Applications/Mail.app/Contents/Plugins folder. Mail is working fine now (whew!).
I do have on problem with todos in email messages, sometimes clicking on the arrow to the left shows the date and alarm options, other times I have to ctrl click to show this.
Also the arrow pointing down at the end of the todo in the email notes section is supposed to highlight the todo text. It does nothing for me for old messages created prior to Leopard Mail. It works great for new messages.Macbook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5), 2.4 GHz
After my earlier post the dock items still didn't work so I had another look at the problem, especially as I didn't have any plugins to delete.
I had previously moved the programme icons for mail, safari etc. into separate folders nested in the applications folders, so the Leopard install had put the new versions of these programmes directly into the apps folder, but the old versions of mail, address book etc. were still in their old folders meaning I had copies of the old versions as well as the new versions. My dock still pointed to the old versions.
I have now deleted all the old versions and have decided to leave the apple programmes where it expects to find them, i.e. in the applications folder and not to try to be tidy and put them into new folders.iMac intel 2.33 20", Mac OS X (10.5)