Apple releases OS X 10.9.1 with Mail fixes
If “solutions for any buggy Mail application” was in your holiday wish list, Apple has delivered: The organization released an update to OS X Mavericks Monday it states fixes some of the Mail.application issues users have encounter, including Gmail compatibility, search and Smart Mailbox reliability, and misbehaving contact groups.
OS X Mavericks has witnessed its great amount of bug reports appear within the several weeks since its release, including several issues with the Mail application. Although the organization released a preliminary patch for Mail in November, several problems endured. With luck, OS X 10.9.1 fixes the remnant issues lurking about. And in contrast to the sooner Mail patch, this update will install correctly even if you’re a developer running the GM form of Mavericks.
Additionally, the patch fixes a number of smaller sized problems, including an element that avoided Voice-over from dealing with emoji, adding support for automatic updating of Shared Links as the pane is open within the Safari sidebar, and supplying general stability and compatibility fixes.
You are able to download the update in the Updates portion of the Mac Application Store for additional info on the update, you may also visit Apple’s support page. And there are installed Mavericks yet, it is a download free for just about any supported Mac model.