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    Hi,

    I wanted to know if I can set my Mail config so that when I create an account over it, it should only sync my mail from the same day instead of downloading each and every mail from my mail box?

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    anyone??
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    Isn't possible with Mail (or any other that I can think of).
    You either use POP or IMAP and both will download all messages, Mail doesn't have the option to download "from today onwards" option

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    On POP accounts, Mail should only download new messages, not ones that it has previously downloaded. You should set mail to delete the messages from the server once it has downloaded them though...


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    OK so either i can set the POP mail server or i have to delete all the mails from my inbox so that i receive all the mails from that day onwards ?
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    Yes. That way when Mail downloads a message it is removed from the server all together. You will only get new e-mails.


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