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Okay, as my first post, I would like to ask a couple questions about the Mail application. Okay, I have a .Mac account, and I have always been able to send and recieve mail on the .Mac website. But when it comes to using the Mail application (1.3.11), it hasn't always worked very well. I have never been able to send Mail with it, but I have always been able to recieve it, until today. As of today I can't send or recieve mail using the Mail application. Any suggestions?
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Okay, as my first post, I would like to ask a couple questions about the Mail application. Okay, I have a .Mac account, and I have always been able to send and recieve mail on the .Mac website. But when it comes to using the Mail application (1.3.11), it hasn't always worked very well. I have never been able to send Mail with it, but I have always been able to recieve it, until today. As of today I can't send or recieve mail using the Mail application. Any suggestions?
Check yoiur mail pref/accounts make sure everything is in order
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I don't see anything wrong there, incoming mail is set to "mail.mac.com", and outgoing is set to "smtp.mac.com".
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thats the way it should be, how about in advanced window is it checked to enable account?
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I would suggest removing your account in mail, trashing your preferences and then add your account again using these steps from the Apple Support Site


You might also want to check out these articles for more information:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=153280

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=153283

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I would suggest removing your account in mail, trashing your preferences and then add your account again using these steps from the Apple Support Site


You might also want to check out these articles for more information:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=153280

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=153283
Okay, I'm going to try that.
EDIT: That worked! Thanks D3v1L8OY!
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