Hey everyone, So I open Mail after installing El Capitan and notice my iCloud account isn't there. I go to add an iCloud account in Accounts and log in with my XXXX@icloud.com account, and it says 'This is not your primary account'. So I then log in with my original Apple ID Log in for the account which is a gmail account - and it says I'm already signed in. I then try to log in with the associated @me.com log in which I merged to the iCloud.com log in account and it says I'm signed in. End result is there is no iCloud mail account. Does anyone know what's going on? The @gmail, @me.com, and @icloud accounts are all the same actual account as over the years apple gradually created new services and they all merged. the @iCloud.com address is quite clearly my main 'Primary account'. Does anyone know where I tick the box which makes it my primary account? Cheers, I'm super confused. P.S Okay, it appears El Capitan has made the @me.com my primary account log in, rather than the @icloud.com log in? Does anyone know how to fix this?. . . . .surely the @me.com things should have been deleted by Apple and we should all have been migrated to solely the iCloud.com log ins?