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OS 10.5 - Mac Mail Problems

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I just got a new Mac and transferred all of my info from my old Mac to this one. NOw Mail won't do anything at all -- send, receive, import mailboxes or even quit. I have to force quit. When I click on Connection Doctor, I get connection and login to server succeeded. But when I click on Get Mail, nothing happens at all -- no spinning circle, no error message -- nothing. How do I fix this??
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