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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by Jim Dow, Nov 27, 2013.
My wifes that is.
Is it already running? Check and if so kill it off and reopen Mail.
Bring up a terminal and check to see if it's still running. In the terminal type:
ps -ef | grep Mail | grep App
If you get anything returned, it will look like this:
501 5152 133 0 7:09AM ?? 0:07.54 /Applications/Mail.app/Contents/MacOS/Mail -psn_0_3949508
The process id (pid) is the 2nd field on the information returned, has been highlighted in the line above, and it's what you want to kill:
Once done run the "ps" command again. If that returns information again, change the "kill pid" to "kill -9 pid".
Won't open or won't retrieve?