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I have a powerbook running 10.3.9
Everything has been running fine - until now. When I open Mail, it takes a few extra seconds to open and then 'unexpected quits' - everytime.
I've tried repairing permissions, but its still the same.
It will seem to stay open if I create a new profile
Any suggestions would be appreicated - please keep it simple if possible
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I have a powerbook running 10.3.9
Everything has been running fine - until now. When I open Mail, it takes a few extra seconds to open and then 'unexpected quits' - everytime.
I've tried repairing permissions, but its still the same.
It will seem to stay open if I create a new profile
Any suggestions would be appreicated - please keep it simple if possible
Have you tried reinstalling Mail from the discs that came with your computer?
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I have a powerbook running 10.3.9
Everything has been running fine - until now. When I open Mail, it takes a few extra seconds to open and then 'unexpected quits' - everytime.
I've tried repairing permissions, but its still the same.
It will seem to stay open if I create a new profile
Any suggestions would be appreicated - please keep it simple if possible
Have you tried dragging the mail folder out of preferences onto your desktop and then setting up your mail account again. I had so much trouble with mail I use thunderbird now.
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