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I have a Mac Mini, and I am having some problems with the mail application.

I can't receive any emails, and I'm having problems sending them. I get a spinning wheel beside the 'sent' folder like it trying to send the last email, and it puts a copy of the email into the 'outbox'.

Mail thinks the email isn't sending, but it has sent the email, and continues to send it over and over.

I have deleted the email out of the outbox, as well as stopping mail from sending the current email, but everytime I re-open mail it starts the process over again...

Does anyone know what this problem could be, and how I fix it?
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try deleting the original one, and set a new one from the beginning.
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Go into your Systems Preferences > Network > Advanced > DNS and see what is recorded there under DNS Servers. There should be a Primary and a Secondary IP address. These are available from your ISP.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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my mail app suddenly stopped responding....

i try to launch it and I get the beach ball from ****!!!!!! nothing is working...

tried deleting the preferences from the library, reinstalling it, repairing permissions.... nothing works...

HEEEEEEELP!!!!
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