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It defaults to false, which speeds up restoring the window. Follow the steps to fix the El Capitan Gmail bug in mail app. Open default Mail app on your El Capitan, then from the "Mail" menu and go to "Preferences" option. Go to the "Accounts", and select the email account that has problems, then click on the “Advanced” tab. Find the box named "Automatically detect and maintain account settings". Instead of seeing the Finder, you see a blue or gray screen, an icon of a broken folder, a kernel panic, a flashing question mark, or a computer that just sits there. Make sure that you have a good connection from your Mac to the wall outlet by confirming the power cord. If the wall outlet is working and you still have no power, try another power cord or adapter. Since the launch of Mac Mavericks both Gmail and exchange accounts are not working correctly in the native mail app client. Nothing can be more frustrating than turning on your Mac but only to find that it won't start up.If you make a connection using a anti-spam proxy such as the free version of Mail Washer or use a anti-virus scanner consider disabling checking for new messages in Thunderbird, setting View - Plain Text, temporarily disabling those programs, and then restarting Thunderbird to see what effect not using those proxies has.Tools such as Process Explorer provide more detailed information than Task Manager, and can be useful when trying to figure out exactly what is going on.