Why are my emails not working on my Mac?
Fix: Check your Mail Connections Go to the Window in the top menu and click on Connection Doctor. This will show whether there are problems with connecting to the Mail app. Now re-check account settings and delete and re-add your Mail account to reset this. Your Mail app and every email should be accessible again.
How do you reset Mail on a Mac?
To completely reset Mail on a Mac using macOS:
- Export all emails stored only in Mail for macOS. Where: These are the emails under On my Mac.
- Close Mail.
- Open Finder.
- Go to the ~/Library folder.
- Highlight the Mail folder.
- Press Enter to start renaming the folder.
- Type Mail.
- Press Enter again.
Why does my Mail keep crashing on Mac?
The most likely cause is a “damaged” or otherwise problematic message. In such a case, Mail will initially crash as soon as you select the message and attempt to display it. The message will thus cause Mail to crash again, before you get a chance to do anything else.
Why does my email not update?
Ensure Automatic Email Sync Is Enabled You can check if this is why your emails aren’t syncing by enabling the auto-sync option in your email app. The app should then automatically look for new emails and let you know when a new message arrives. You can enable auto-sync from the settings menu of your email app.
Why is my Apple Mail not updating?
You can go to settings and check if the option of Fetch New Data is on. If it is off, your iPhone mail will fail to update. Go to Settings > Tap Account & Passwords > Tap Fetch New Data. Turn on the Push button, then new data will be pushed to your iPhone from the server when possible.
How do I stop my Email from crashing on my Mac?
How to Fix Mail Keeps Crashing on Mac
- Restart Your Mac.
- Rebuild Your Mailbox.
- Delete the Problematic Email.
- Isolate the Issue.
- Boot in Safe Mode.
- Delete Preference Files.
- Delete Envelope Files.
- Delete the Mail Saved Folder.