Apple issues Mail update for OS X Mavericks
Apple has issued an update for its Mail e-mail client program in OS X Mavericks. The update addresses a number of outstanding bugs that have been affecting users who have installed the new OS, specifically involving managing messages in Gmail accounts. In addition, the update fixes problems with inaccurate unread message counts.
This update is likely a welcome one for those experiencing these problems, but Apple does issue a few words of caution for those who are eager to install the update.
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First, as with any software update, Apple recommends you make a full backup of your system, preferably using Time Machine, but you can also use a system cloning tool if you have one. In addition Apple warns rather generally that this update may have unexpected results if you have third-party software installed that affects it or the operating system. Examples of such software could be third-party spam filters and plug-ins for Mail and related services, even firewal… [Read more]
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