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How do I delete the Mail App? It always opens and loads EVERY message I've ever started/saved as a draft resulting in 100+ open Compose Mail windows or Reminders I've saved in my Calendar. Also the icon is ALWAYS bouncing. Does anyone know how I can just get rid of it?? Or at least Sync it to another e-mail?
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