2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 4, 2014 2:29 PM by Neville Hillyer
madison_22 Level 1 (0 points)

Please don't tell me to buy a new Mac....if I could, I would.

Mac OS X (10.4.11)
  • rccharles Level 5 (7,574 points)

    Are you accessing your email through a web browser?  Switch to an email client. Try /applications/mail or download thunderbird.

    gmail.  configure your gmail account to send the data to your mail client. configure your mail client to receive email.


    yahoo. You will have to pay $20 to have your email forworded to you mail client.


    Try tenfourfox.



    We need more information.


    You may want to post machine info.

    blue apple > about this mac > more info button. Click on the hardware line. It has a little triangle in front of the word hardware.


    Leave out the serial number.



    Machine Name: iMac

    Machine Model: PowerMac4,1

    CPU Type: PowerPC 750 (33.11)

    Number Of CPUs: 1

    CPU Speed: 600 MHz

    L2 Cache (per CPU): 256 KB

    Memory: 768 MB

    Bus Speed: 100 MHz

    Boot ROM Version: 4.1.9f1







    TenFourFox -- It's a port of the latest FireFox to run on older hardware and software.

    "World's most advanced web browser. Finely tuned for the Power PC."

        --  works for me on 10.4.  Supports 10.5


    alternative download site:



    Turn on pipelining.  This will allow Firefox to make simaltaneous requests to the server.  Chrome has pipeling turned on. Some sites could fail to load with pipeling set on. The site will be old. See "Increase pipelining" in:




    OmniWeb uses the lastest Safari framework.  The open source WebKit. Other browsers like Safari and iCab use the OS version of WebKit.  The OmniWeb downloaded dmg includes it's own copy of the latest WebKit.



    Safari 4.1.3 for Tiger


  • Neville Hillyer Level 4 (1,865 points)

    Set up Apple Mail to use POP with Google - this is about as fast as you will get anywhere.


    If you don't like Google mail you could consider paying for an email service with eg Gandi.