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Hey Everyone,

I have this little thing in mail thats really niggling me and i was hoping someone could help.

I seem to have aquired 2 To-Do lists in my side bar when using mail. 1 says "On My Mac" and the other is my mobile me e-mail address.

When i create a To-Do it goes straight to the mobile me e-mail list. It is seemingly impossible to create a To-Do directly into the "On My Mac" list however i can drag them from my other one into it.

My question is how do i get rid of it. Its really annoying as it serves no purpose and just makes my very organized Mac look very cluttered (I am a bit of a neat freak)

I hope someone can help

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Kyle

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I believe that the todo on mac is what is created in iCal and the other, of course, is in mail.
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Cheers pal, i don't ming it as much now haha

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