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OS 10.4 - Mail app not displaying correctly


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I got a prompt to update my system software. I did. Now when I open my Mail, the To line is at the top of the screen and if I scroll for ever and ever, the rest of it shows up without any photos. The text looks as though it's double spaced and everything is totally spaced out -- much too much white space everywhere. What happened? I HATE agreeing to these updates because something always gets screwed up.
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