> In case it's not clear from the title of the message, I've got a bit of
> an urgent situation.
> I'm using Mail.app to access a couple POP accounts. (Prefs are set so
> messages are removed from the server immediately.) Due to attbi
> changing our e-mail addresses *again* I decided to set up my own domain
> that would auto-forward to whatever e-mail address the cable modem
> people happened to be using as their flavor of the week.
> Instead of editing my existing account, I created a new account with
> similar settings, but a different name (so as to not goof up anything
> with the existing one). The new one was working but appeared to be
> causing some conflicts with the old one. So... I deleted the old
> History is filled with tales of woe about people who hit "OK" before
> thoroughly reading warning messages.
> I can't believe that it's possible to mistakenly hit OK and have all my
> messages from my existing account completely deleted FOREVER. Please
> tell me this is not the case. THis is going to cause almost
> unimaginable grief for months to come.
> I have not done anything since hitting the OK button other than post
> this message. I will be waiting patiently until someone can either
> confirm or deny what I was told by an Apple support tech: I'm ed.
> Thanks for any help/advice you can offer.