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  • gdepena Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Barney-15E wrote:

     

    Good point. I forgot about it because I don't want anything in "All Mail" because I want anything I delete to actually be deleted. I don't get the impression Google wants that.

     

    If you are deleting everying and you don't have mail in the all mail folder in gmail then that is why you don't have issues...

  • Barney-15E Level 8 Level 8 (41,140 points)

    gdepena wrote:

     

    Barney-15E wrote:

     

    Good point. I forgot about it because I don't want anything in "All Mail" because I want anything I delete to actually be deleted. I don't get the impression Google wants that.

     

    If you are deleting everying and you don't have mail in the all mail folder in gmail then that is why you don't have issues...

    No, there is stuff there that I keep. It just doesn't show up on my IMAP devices. And, the new stuff that comes iin is labeled all mail until I trash it or move it.

     

    Not everybody was having problems with Gmail and Mail, besides the crappy IMAP implementation that Google uses.

  • djlucas Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well after more fiddling, I'm convinced it is the way that Apple Mail renders the IMAP labels and folders. As a test I loaded MS Outlook 2011 (version 14.3.9) on my Mac. It rendered the IMAP folders exactly how they are on the Gmail website, and exactly how they are on my iPhone (which is what I was expecting). This is the exact same Mac I use Apple Mail with and the exact same IMAP settings on Gmail's website.

     

    However, I'm sticking with Apple Mail due to its integration with the O/S and iCloud, etc. In the interim I'll just move stuff to my "starred" folder via my phone. Not a dealbreaker but pretty annoying.

     

    To review and to put it as simply as possible: My IMAP folders on Apple Mail are not displaying or functioning the same way that they did before Mavericks, or the way they appear on gmail.com or my iPhone (iOS7).

     

    Good luck to all with the solutions presented. I'm going to provide Apple direct feedback via the mail application tonight and keep my fingers crossed for a fix sooner than later.

  • gdepena Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    djlucas,

     

    is your all mail shown in IMAP?

     

    -G

  • Edward Campbell Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    Well, I didn't have any problems with my gmail - either landing on my iMac or syncing with iPad.

     

    Now I do - since 10.9.1.  gmail not being retrieved on iMac by Apple Mail.

     

    EDIT: went back to prefs for mail - deleted gmail - closed mail and reopened - added gmail and now it seems to be working, again.  Last 15 emails [the same number that had dropped overnight in iOS] had dropped.  Though checked as read.  Though I'd done that on my iPad and it may have carried over.

     

    The good news?  While I was looking at that, a new gmail from WordPress dropped; so, things appear to have resumed.

  • 2rodee Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)

    Thank you Csound1.  I really appreciate you (and others here) helping!  I have the iMac working now..  still having issues with iPad and iPhone, but I'm trying everything I can.

     

    Merry Christmas!

     

    H

  • Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (41,655 points)

    gdepena wrote:

     

    you should not have the all mail folder hidden from IMAP... 

    I don't.

  • Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (41,655 points)

    2rodee wrote:

     

    Thank you Csound1.  I really appreciate you (and others here) helping!  I have the iMac working now..  still having issues with iPad and iPhone, but I'm trying everything I can.

     

    Merry Christmas!

     

    H

    And to you ..

  • rusto Level 2 Level 2 (215 points)

    Why not? I have All Mail hidden from my IMAP and everything works fine: emails that get Gmail labels end up in their proper mailboxes in Mail.app locally, Emails arrive normally in the Inbox, and so on.

  • NoBo Mac Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Was having odd behaviour after update. On a whim, clicked off/on the "Enable this account" checkbox for GMail: seemed to have fixed my weirdness.

     

    So, a possible alternate fix attempt before toasting and reentering the account.

  • Canafrica1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have been having the same problem but I may have stumbled on the fix. Previously I tried deleting my Google account in Mac Mail and then adding a new Google account  - which had the same problems as before.

     

    This time however I deleted my Google account, restarted Mac Mail,then added another account. This time I chose to add "Other Mail Account" - NOT a Google account.  I entered my Gmail address and password in the box that opened and a new account was then added to my MacMail email accounts.

     

    This time it was called "Gmail" and not "Google". It has all my same Gmail folders and emails as before, and so far it is working100%

  • Doug Lerner2 Level 4 Level 4 (1,030 points)

    I tried it all again yesterday and was running into more problems. For example:

     

    1. Unread mail would appear in the Archives section (where it is labeled "All Mail") for Gmail accounts. But the mail would not appear in the account's Inbox? Why nto?

     

    2. Even though I have the account checked to "only send from this SMTP server" it sent email from a completely different, non-GMAIL SMTP server for another account! That should never happen. It could cause very awkward situations.

     

    Airmail has its own quirky bugs.

     

    Right now I don't know what to do anymore. I actually have mutliple tabs open in my browser and am using Gmail directly.

     

    Basically Mail seems horribly broken no matter what I do. Even deleting and recreating accounts doesn't help with the above problems.

     

    doug

  • virtualAThome Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Canafrica1,

    I tried your advice but it didn't help me. There is also not a single change if I choose Other instead of Google account as my mac recognized it as Google account immediately.

  • PDXgeek Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm still having this issue with Exchange AND Gmail after deleting my huge Mail library, re-adding all my accounts, and completely rebuilding/importing.

     

    Symptom:  Go into inbox, delete a bunch of emails, switch inboxes, return to original inbox... deleted messages all appear still.

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