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OS 10.4 - Problems With Mail Programme


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inveresk

 
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I'm having problems with Mail on an Intel Mac running OS 10.4.8. I keep getting mail messages bounced back that I didn't send. I guess there's some programme embedded somewhere that I unwittingly downloaded but I don't have a clue how to get rid of it.

Any help to diagnose and cure the problem would be appreciated.
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