OS X Mavericks :: New Messages Notifications But No New Mail

Dec 6, 2014

It started occurring yesterday. I hear the notification sound but don't see the new messages in any of Mail folders. Sometimes my SpamSieve app shows a figure of messages of unknown nature, sometimes not, but nevertheless I hear the sound but don't get new messages. In Mail Preferences when moving the pointer over check-box with smith like "Enable the sound for other actions" (or whatever it sounds) a yellow commentary box briefly popped up which said that the chosen notification sound could alert about some other actions like sending a message, when neither message is received (?!!!), or there some error occurred during receiving or sort of. Is it possible to know specifically what messages couldn't make their way to my Mailbox (through Console app maybe?)?

OS X Mavericks (10.9.5), MacBook Pro 15.4 " mid-2012

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OS X Mavericks :: Get Messages To Show Contact Names Instead Of Phone Numbers In Notifications?

Jun 22, 2014

Originally, notifications from Messages.app would show the contact name sending the message. I'm not sure what caused it to stop, but now all notifications show up as the phone number of the contact. In the actual app, the names look fine. Is there some way to get contact names to show up again?

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Jun 6, 2014

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Sep 2, 2014

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Recipients have no trouble reading the message, and as a workaround, I can BCC a copy to myself at a different account (which uses different S/MIME encryption and identity certificates from the sending account). 

I have tried removing the older certificates and verifying the certificate preferences in the Keychain, all to no avail...

MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2010), OS X Mavericks (10.9)

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Jul 1, 2014

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OS X Mavericks :: Mac Mail Not Fetching New Messages 10.9.4

Sep 12, 2014

This is on a MacBook Air (mid-2011) using OS 10.9.4   and for the past 6 days the Mail program has stopped fetching new mail.   The messages come thru on my phone but I have to restart the computer, check the connection doctor, restart a few more times & then finally the mail will start coming through again on the computer.  The log is consistently showing these errors: 

1  +[MFLibrary addMessages:withMailbox:fetchBodies:oldMessagesByNewMessage:error:] + 37 (Mail) [0x7fff8cad7fb9]
1  +[MFLibrary addMessages:withMailbox:fetchBodies:isInitialImport:oldMessagesByNewMessage:err or:] + 82 (Mail) [0x7fff8cad7f8e]

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OS X Mavericks :: How To Remove Duplicate POP Messages In Mail

Dec 10, 2014

My set up is that I use Mail with 5 separate accounts, downloading all messages using POP. I keep ALL my mail (even the trash) so that I have a permanent record of all conversations, going back more than 10 years - this is about 250,000 emails in around 250 subfolders. I'm running the latest version of Mavericks on a 2010 MBP. I have no intention of moving to IMAP - I need to keep a local archive of all my mail. 

A few months ago I was having problems with Mail being very slow to load and search emails. I decided to rebuild the mailboxes, but afterwards discovered that thousands of messages in the inbox of one of my accounts (and some of the sub-folders) had disappeared. Once I realised I tried to go back to a recent Time Machine back up, but, for whatever reason, that part of the back up hadn't worked properly and I was unable to recover the previous status. I left it while I decided what to do, and had time to deal with it... 

The last 2 years worth of emails on that account were still archived on gmail, so last week I decided to try redownloading the whole lot (something like 72,000 messages), and then planned to use one of the scripts I was aware of to remove the duplicates to the trash, and then remove any duplicates in the trash forever. That ought to mean I at least had an archive of the last two years of missing messages, even if I had no record of which ones had been flagged or replied to, etc. 

The downloading took about 24 hours to complete, and I now have almost 70,000 messages in the inbox of that account. I also rebuilt all the folders again, which doesn't seem to have resulted in any further loss of messages as far as I can tell. However, I hadn't figured on two things: 

1. Mail 'hides' duplicate messages, meaning that all of the messages I've downloaded are showing as unread, and I can't differentiate the ones I already had in my Inbox, and the new downloads. When I click on those apparently unread messages I can see if they have been replied to or forwarded, etc, but there's no obvious way for me to remove the ones I have already dealt with to the trash, without going through them all manually, which is clearly impossible. 

2. The scripts I'd found for removing duplicates don't work. Andreas Amann's Remove Duplicates script doesn't work under Mavericks, and he has abandoned the project. I've also tried the remove-duplicate-messages.scpt [URL] ...., and while it *sometimes* works on individual subfolders on my Mac (but as far as I can tell removes the duplicate in that folder, rather than the newly downloaded version), mostly it doesn't work at all - it creates a 'Remove Duplicate Messages' folder on my desktop, a log inside it and a folder for removed messages, but nothing appears in the duplicates folder. 

So, I'm left in a position where I have 70,000 apparently unread messages in my Inbox, a massively bloated Mail library (which has pretty much doubled in size, because of the 'hidden' messages), a slow and unresponsive Mail program. I've come to the conclusion that there must be some corrupted email somewhere, which probably caused the original email haemorrhage, and may still be causing the inability to remove duplicates. Mail is so slow as to be almost unuseable. 

I figure I have a number of options: 

1. I could live with the situation and just archive most of the Mail in my inbox, with the side effect that there will be a bunch of messages I have never replied to that are missed. 

2. I could abandon the last week's efforts and revert to the version of Mail I was using a week ago, and then redownload the recent emails from my various accounts. That would still leave me without those thousands of emails I lost on my local machine. 

3. I could find another way to deal with this. Can I get the remove duplicates script working? Should I revert to the version of Mail from a week ago, download ALL the messages again, but do it in a way that allows me to find the duplicates and remove them? Should I move to another email program altogether (which would presumably be massively disruptive to my work!) 

MacBook Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.5)

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OS X Mavericks :: Importing Messages Into Mail Freezes At 349 (out Of 10,000)

Aug 28, 2014

I have just upgraded my MacBook Air to OS X Mavericks. When I try and import messages into the new version of Mail for the first time the importation freezes at 349 messages (out of 10,000). The point where it freezes is always the same being "recovered messages" in one of my email accounts.

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OS X Mavericks :: Mail Won't Preview Messages Since 10.9.3 Update?

Jun 17, 2014

Since the last OS update Mail does not like to preview.  When I get new mail or scroll through recent messages the preview pane show "Loading.." or just dark gray (no content).  If I double click and open the message in a window I get the same result. 

Tried Genius Bar.  They deleted a plist file and it work for a few minutes. Tried to Rebuild. 

MacBook, OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)

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Sep 9, 2014

my mail won't open messages and freeze...

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Jun 27, 2014

The Mail feature on my MacBookPro is not saving all the messages from my inbox.  It did at first, a year ago, but in recent months I notice that some messasges are omitted.  They are not spam; they include messages from someone in my Contacts list, as well as other legitimate organizations, etc.  I tried to see if they were "combined" into some other related message, but saw no evidence of this, unless there is some hidden indicator.

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OS X Mavericks :: How To Set A Mail Rule To Select Messages

Jun 30, 2014

Went to set up a rule for a particular address as 'Any Recipient' but this does not work if the sent mail had me in the BCC list.  How do I filter on this? 

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OS X Mavericks :: Some Mail Messages / Content Are Not Viewable

Sep 11, 2014

Just updated to Maverick and some email content is viewable (with or without attachments) while others are not. Very frustrating.

Mac Mail, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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OS X Mavericks :: Prevent Incoming Messages In Mail App?

Jun 28, 2014

I'm not very fond of using the integrated mail app in mavericks. However I love how I am able to compose a message simply by clicking someones email on a website. But my question is, how can I turn off incoming messages from being stored in my mailbox? I would like the app to function where there are no incoming messages or junk in the mail app. The version is a 7.3 and my mac is running on mavericks 10.9.3

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OS X Mavericks :: Mail App Crashing When Viewing Some Exchange Messages

Aug 25, 2014

I have a Gmail and Exchange accounts set up in the Mail app,...The Gmail account is working fine, but suddenly today (with no setting changes or updates) when I select certain messages in the exchange account, it crashes Mail with the below trace.  It only happens on some message and not others.  I can't find any distinction between the crashing messages and the ok ones.  Note that I have already tried rebuilding mailboxes and even deleting the entire account and re-adding it.  The problem persists and makes it impossible to use Mail as my Exchange client.

Process: Mail [3369]Path:/Applications/Mail.app/Contents/MacOS/MailIdentifier:  com.apple.mailVersion: 7.3 (1878.6)Build Info:  Mail-1878006000000000~1Code Type:   X86-64 (Native)
Parent Process:  launchd [210]Responsible: Mail [3369]User ID:     502 Date/Time:   2014-08-25 14:12:22.417 -0400OS Version:  Mac OS X 10.9.4 (13E28)

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OS X Mavericks :: Why Is Apple Mail Not Showing Older Messages

Aug 24, 2014

I live and die by my mailbox, I'd been using MS Outlook but it was fraught with too many bugs. A few months ago I decided to switch to Apple Mail as a lesser of two evils. I saw the demo for Apple Mail on Yosemite and it looks like a very robust program. However for now, I still find Apple Mail limiting especially with Exchange services.. but I digress. 

I archive all my mail and rely heavily on the "search" feature. I recently started to notice messages I was searching for were missing. Initially I wrote this off to user error, however today I looked in my Sent folder and my Archive folder to find that there was only 30 days worth of mail?! I began to panic as I logged into my Office 365 webmail, but found relief in that all my messages were still there. The issue seems to be that Apple Mail is not keeping or displaying messages older then roughly 30 days. I've been using Apple mail for almost three months, so these messages should be there.  

MacBook Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)

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OS X Mavericks :: Save Email Messages To Computer And Not In Mail Program

Sep 7, 2014

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OS X Mavericks :: IMAP Account - Inbox Mail Messages Disappeared

Jun 27, 2014

For the second time in less than a month, all my older than 1 week emails disappeared from the inbox. The ones from Sent or from my "On My Mac" folders are still there, but the Inbox has only 20 or so emails. I have an IMAP account that worked great so far. 

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Sep 10, 2014

It seems every day Apple Mail puts a couple good messages in the junk folder. Unfortunately, it doesn't mark them as junk, so I am unable to mark them as not junk. I reset the junk mail preferences, so it does not "trust junk mail headers in messages," and I removed the envelope indices as discussed here: Junk Mail eating non-junk mail but neither worked, ad good messages are still going to the junk folder.

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Jun 4, 2014

Have been having this problem ever since installing Mavericks. AppleCare keeps telling me they will tell me how to stop this and have my new messages at the top again, but still haven't told me. Every day I have to re-set this because it reverts back. 

Having many other AppleMail problems: For one thing, am not receiving some important emails which do show up in Web Mail.

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OS X Mavericks :: How To Avoid Messages Going Automatically To Archive Folder In Apple Mail

Sep 1, 2014

I've been using Apple Mail (version 7.3 (1878.6)) on my MacBook Pro 13" (9,2) (MacOS 10.9.4) for years to integrate my GMail, university, and other e-mail accounts in the imap mode. Since some weeks, Mail is behaving odd: some messages are sent automatically to the archive folder. That's quite annoying, as I have to move them manually back to the inbox folder, and sometimes I mess some messages. I did not change any config in Apple Mail or my e-mails servers.

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OS X Mavericks :: IMessage On Mac - Notifications Are Different?

Sep 2, 2014

I recently upgraded to Mavericks, and now the iMessage notifications that I get on my Macbook Pro are different, and I'm not sure how (or if I can) change them back to before. It used to be that when I got an iMessage and was using my laptop, the Messages application would bounce on the dock and show a "1" or however many new messages I had.  

Now, with Mavericks, it doesn't bounce on the dock or show the number of new messages. It will only play the sound or display a banner if I want it to. Is there any way to get a number to show with the new messages I have, or can it not do that anymore with Mavericks?? 

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Jun 3, 2014

My Apple Mail is showing 100 million incoming messages and climbing at a rate of about 20k per second. Where are all these going and how do I get this to stop?

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Aug 29, 2014

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In the system preferences they are added, also in the notifications they are added to show up to 10 recent items. 

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Dec 4, 2014

I am following a couple of discussions and I would like to stop receiving email notifications when a new post appears... But for the life of me I cannot figure out how to do it! The Apple Support response I found via an Internet search appears to be for a previous iteration of the Apple Support Communities.

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Apr 2, 2012

I have an iMac with Lion 10.7.3, a u-verse email account and Mail V 5.2. Since I got the computer which was about 2 months ago, I haven't been able to get a "new" mail notification on new emails. It has notified me but very few times. Why is that? I thought it had to do with me having my email also setup on my bb phone but I didn't have that problem when I was using Tiger on my old Powerbook computer.I don't open or even check my email on my phone and still I don't get the "new mail" notification. Is Mail broken?

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Jun 3, 2014

I made a new account because it wouldn't let me log in on my old account and now it seems as if it's working but it won't send or receive ANY messages. This application used to work so I don't understand.

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