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Need help getting "Mail" on Mac Mini to work!


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Hello,

I'm guessing this issue has a thread somewhere here but I'm new to this community and would greatly appreciate some assistance. My setup is a Mac Mini running 10.6.8.

I purchased my mini from a previous owner and am trying to get my iCloud mail to download/sync with the "Mail" app. I've tried a number of things to get this to work but it simply will not! I deleted the previous owner's information and went through the steps to place my account info. It will not sync up my mail!

WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE A STEP-BY-STEP...

Thank you!

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iCloud requirements list 10.7.2 (Lion). I don't have an @me.com address, but I believe the 10.7 Mail client will recognize an address @me.com and automatically configure when you configure a new account.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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just so I'm understanding you correctly, this is because of my OS version???? That sounds crazy!
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Give this a try:

iCloud: Mail server information

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