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Mail.app is really starting to frustrate me


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Hi,
Mail.app just doesn't work for me, it completely screws up my Gmail, and it won't let me NOT download spam messages from the Spam folder.

I'm looking for a mail client that WORKS, and supports IMAP, and uses OS X's address book.

Thanks for your help!
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Thunderbird is great, and while it doesn't support the OS X Address Book, it does everything else you're looking for.


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Hi,

I works for me with IMAP Gmail. The only problem that I have is that I can not really delete the spam. But Gmail delete it by it self every 30 days.

I have listen a lot about mailplain for Gmail, they say is the perfect solution.

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Try GyazMail. It uses the Apple Adress Book. It is not freeware but you may use it for 40 days for free and a license at 18 dollars will not break your finances.
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