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  • 150. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Dean Suhr Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)

    I'm installing the update and the mails database upgrade step is taking a long time (45 minutes so far) ... I have 5 gmail accounts (covering 4 businesses and a personal account) with approx 700k messages (total).  There are disk reads and writes occurring - but I am staying at about 45% complete. Very little network activity (and packet count for Mail in Activity Monitor is 0) so I am presuming that Mail is "fixing" all of the flags locally and soon it will hook up with Google do what ever is next.

  • 151. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Doug Lerner2 Level 4 Level 4 (1,030 points)

    The main problem I was experiencing - and the reason I had to switch to Airmail (despite some eccentricities in that program as well) - is because some mail sitting there in Gmail simply was never coming in to Apple Mail. I could see it over at Gmail on the web. I could see in in iOS 7 Mail on my iPhone 5 and iPad 2. But no matter how long I waited, some mail simply never appeared in my Apple Mail mailbox.

     

    I used all standard settings and never went for customizing setups as recommended at TidBits or wherever.

     

    So I'm curious if that issue has been fixed.

     

    Not getting mail is obviously a show-stopper for anybody. At least in Airmail the mail is getting delivered.

     

    doug

  • 152. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Dean Suhr Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)

    1 hr 35 minutes to rebuild for just under 600k messages  (2.4GHz 8 core i7 MacBook Pro with 16GB RAM)

     

    Did a force quit in the middle of the rebuild (impatient) and on restart of Mail it jumped back to 45% and completed the task some 45 minutes later.

     

    It's all good if it solves the problems - just want you to be prepared for some wait.

  • 153. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    mrinner Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    With new update can't uncheck flags on "Mailbox Behaviors" tab as "Move deleted messages to the Trash folder"... Options is disabled.

    Also issie with "Inbox" labes stays.

  • 154. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    virtualAThome Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    It seams better after the update but still not good as it should be, you can't rely on it completely. I'm having open Airmail and Mail.app at the same time as Mail.app doesn't sync with my inbox as it should.

  • 155. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Doug Lerner2 Level 4 Level 4 (1,030 points)

    Airmail warns against having multiple clients open at once.

     

    Anyway, I'm having the same issue. I'm trying Mail.app again right now, and it seems there are just some mail at Gmail which I can see inside Gmail via the web, and also see vi iOS 7 Mail, and which I can see in Airmail - but they just don't come in via Mail.app.

     

    Weird.

     

    doug

  • 156. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Zogbort Fangle Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    My Smart Mailboxes are still broken, post-update. I have 'This week' and 'Last week' mailboxes (using the corresponding Smart Mailbox options). 'This week' is still empty and all of this week's email only appears in the 'Last week' mailbox. Where last week's email appears, I have no idea. A pretty poor show, really.

  • 157. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Doug Lerner2 Level 4 Level 4 (1,030 points)

    I just don't get it. I'm sitting here getting notices of 4 new mails on my Nexus 7. I see 4 new mails waiting for me on my iPhone 5 in iOS 7 Mail. But the new mails simply aren't showing up in the upgraded version of Mavericks Mail.app. I try refreshing with get all mail, but that doesn't help. It's just... buggy.

     

    I guess I'm back to Airmail for now. Despite the eccentricities, at least it delivers the mail!

     

    doug

  • 158. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    marcolav Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I was having the same issue then I realized that the emails ARE there, just they are going straight to the Archive/All Mail folder rather than to the Inbox folder as they used to.

     

    Anybody has a solution to this?

  • 159. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    munchee13 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here...

  • 160. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    JanRezab Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Post-update: For me Archive/All mail are working, the emails are arriving, but the INBOX as you are saying REALLY still doesnt update even after the update.

     

    This is horrible. Mac mail was the best email client in the world, and they just screwed it up sooo bad. Why don't they just RETURN it to the way it worked??? There are ZERO updates in the mac mail.


    Any way how to go a version back on Mavericks?? It was perfectly fine.

  • 161. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Mike-ekiM Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Still having problems with Smart Mailboxes after the update.

    If I click on Inbox under Gmail, it shows a few emails (which is correct), if I create a smart mailbox for Gmail/inbox it shows a bunch of email that's in the archive and none of the email that's actually in the inbox!

  • 162. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    Jon Baumgartner Level 2 Level 2 (205 points)

    Weird; I must be in the minority. This update seems to have fixed Mail for me. I'm now getting new emails from Gmail arriving in near-real time. They're showing up in my Inbox. This was my main gripe before. The application seems much faster overall.

  • 163. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    anon2828 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Post update most things seem to be working.  I am a heavy Gmail IMAP user with 3 different accounts setup through Mail.  One BIG exception:

     

    ISSUE:

     

    Inbox Label Still Appearing on messages moved to Trash

     

    Deleting a message from Mavericks Mail (using either the Delete key, dragging the message to the new Trash icon in the sidebar, or clicking the Trash button in the toolbar) results in the message properly being moved to the Trash folder, HOWEVER, if you view the message in the Gmail web client it still has the Inbox label attached to it (even though it is in the trash).

     

    This doesn't seem to have any effect on the message showing up back in the Inbox, or any affect on any other Apple Mail client (iPhone iOS7, iPad iOS6), but could be a long term issue if either the Mavericks Mail or Gmail itself decides to read that Inbox label.

     

    Any suggestions or other users with the same issue?

  • 164. Re: Mavericks Mail App and Gmail folders
    anon2828 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    One more issue to add to the list:

     

    ISSUE:

     

    PDFs attached to email no longer preview with form fields filled.

     

     

    We frequently use PDFs with form fields to be filled in.  Mail (before Mavericks) would show a preview of the PDF with whatever had been filled into the form fields.  Now the PDFs just appear blank in the preview in the body of the email, though when you do open the PDF attachment in Adobe Acrobat the form fields are filled and appear properly.

     

    Also - what happened to the Quick View and Save / Save All button that used to be in the upper right hand corner of the emails?

     

    (I know, Apple will probably say that the above are new "Features")

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