One minute is everything okay and in the next minute you can't send or get emails. Of course, there are so many things that could go wrong. Today I'm going to look at a handy diagnostics tool in Mail.
Some months ago I showed you how to get a nicely formatted list of mailboxes out of Outlook. A Mail Archiver user contacted me and said he would get the beachball when archiving to Outlook. We did a screensharing session and I found out that he had 500 mailboxes in Outlook. The AppleScript to get the mailboxes took 2 minutes. I need to make the AppleScript faster.
One big reason to use Mail Archiver is to make space on your main hard disk. But how do you find out how much space the major email clients Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird and Postbox actually use?
The video below gives an overview over the features of the main window in Mail Archiver with an open archive. The interface is pretty similar to an email client. But there are a few