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Hello All - new users to OS Mtn Lion - I'm on a r-MBP for 6 wks; wife on an iMac for less than a month (also Mtn Lion).

I'm using the Mail App w/o a problem, but signed her into the Mail App on the iMac which she disliked and wanted to return to using her Yahoo account web-based on Safari - I tried to delete her account on Mail but it keeps coming back - am I missing something simple or is this just a feature of this app that is elusive? Thanks - Dave
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Should just be a case of opening Mail, Preferences, Accounts. select the mail account and hit the - (minus) at the bottom of the window to delete the account

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Should just be a case of opening Mail, Preferences, Accounts. select the mail account and hit the - (minus) at the bottom of the window to delete the account
Thanks mrplow - thought that I could just 'shut off' the features, but I just deleted the account which should work as you state - Dave
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