If you’d like to find out why a message was delayed or marked as spam, send us the entire message including the “header.” The header is text that is hidden by default.
To show the email header In Apple Mail, select the message, then go to the View Menu > Message > All Headers. Once you’ve done this, forward us the message.
The header text contains the the entire history of the message delivery and can be key in diagnosing a problem.
Before buying antivirus software, consider the source of the problem. Nearly all malware and viruses come from the Internet. Use an email provider that filters viruses, a network security device (firewall) and a good backup.
If you’re careful about downloads, don’t click nefarious email links, and don’t share files, you can probably get by without additional protection as long as you’re not in a high security setting. The Mac OS has built-in protection. If you go this route, stay up to date with security releases. In addition, it wouldn’t hurt to scan your drive from time to time with antivirus software.
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