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I've done a bit of research and apparently the way to enable push on Mac's Mail Application is to check the "Use IDLE common if the server supports it" option. My problem is that I use a Yahoo account and this option, while checked, is faded out. Does this mean that Push notification is not possible with a Yahoo account?
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