Hi everyone, Noticing something really odd. There's a process called "com.apple.MailServiceAgent" and it seems to be taking up gigs of RAM. It starts off small (I've force-quitted it) at around a couple hundred MBs. Looks normal. But then it steadily increases. 10 seconds later, it's at 2 GB and rising. And Mail isn't even open. That's another story. Every time I launch Mail, it says "To use the new features in Mail, all your messages must be downloaded." I click "Continue" and then it begins taking up lots of CPU, as does com.apple.MailServiceAgent. Then I get a "Low system memory" alert, and apps start getting "paused" - I can resume them but they just pause again. After I force quit Mail and com.apple.MailServiceAgent, everything is fine. Any ideas? I'm going to let it run for a while, maybe it's just taking forever to download the emails. But I don't understand why it's taking up so much RAM, or why it's freezing up other apps. Also, it's annoying that it has to download the emails in the first place.