Archive for August 8th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

Troubleshooting Apple Mail can at first seem like a difficult process, but Apple provides some built-in troubleshooting tools that can help you get your Mail application up and running quickly.

While the troubleshooting tools can take care of many of the Mail issues you may run into, there are other Mail-related problems that the built-in troubleshooting tools won’t be able to diagnose. That’s why when you’re having trouble with Apple Mail, you should check out our Apple Mail Troubleshooting guides, which cover both the problems that are easy to fix, and the ones that may need a bit more effort.


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Using Apple Mail’s Troubleshooting Tools

Apple Mail is very straightforward to set up and use. Apple provides convenient guides that step you through the process for creating accounts. Apple also provides a few troubleshooting guides designed to help you when something isn’t working.

The three main assistants for diagnosing problems are the Activity window, the Connection Doctor, and Mail logs. Learning how to use each of these troubleshooting aids can help you quickly resolve Mail issues.

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