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Old Dec 4, 2012, 09:38 PM   #1
MPB11
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Mail app slow and buggy as hell??

Hey everyone,

just created myself a icloud.com mail account and started using for the first time the mail app on my mbp running mountain lion. the first time I ever tried to send it email, it slowed my computer liker I had never seen before in two years of use, it was closed to impossible to use, beachball all the way, it's a bit better now but it's still slow for a light app like mail. furthermore, when trying to send an email using the icloud server, it takes several minutes to send even if it says it's sending at 200ko/sec. for a simple email saying: TEST, it took a least 5 minutes to send.
and the special thing about that is that, I received it on my hotmail account, but it's still showing like it's trying to send on my mail app?

damn, anybody has a clue about what might cause all this?

thx
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