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Incoming mail real slow to appear with Maverick...


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Since upgrading to Maverick my incoming mail on my iMac takes a good 45 to 60 seconds to appear after I click open MAIL. Before upgrading it appeared just about instantly. Is there anything I can do to remedy this?
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I noticed this after upgrading to Lion, it appears that OS X now does more message verification and server checking (presumably in an effort to cut down on login errors and spam), so I think the answer is "no."

You can try using an alternate email client and see if that works better for you. You've reminded me that I bought, and should really test out, the alternate IMAP client Airmail.
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I noticed this after upgrading to Lion, it appears that OS X now does more message verification and server checking (presumably in an effort to cut down on login errors and spam), so I think the answer is "no."

You can try using an alternate email client and see if that works better for you. You've reminded me that I bought, and should really test out, the alternate IMAP client Airmail.
I'm quite fond of Airmail myself and use it exclusively. However, I can confirm that it is a bit slow on receiving iCloud mail also.
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