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OS 10.6 - Same Apple Newsletters Keep Reappearing in Imail


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I have just upgraded to Snow Leopard and now every time I open IMail the same Apple newsletters that I just deleted (and deleted from the trash) reappear, any ideas on how solve this problem please?
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Yeah, it's a real pain. Right now there isn't much you can do about it until Apple sorts it out. What I did was remove the Apple RSS feed from my mailbox until they get it fixed. Most of the stuff you receive from Apple via the RSS feed is available on their web site for reading anyway.

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Maybe SL just re-downloaded all of the RSS.
Also, it's not iMail, it's just Mail.


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So am I to assume that there is a problem with Snow Leopard and Mail and Apple will resolve it hopefully sooner than later? I have only had my IMac for about six months so am still finding my way about.
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