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MacOS College: how to alleviate the problem that Apple Mail log files take up too much space

2024-07-20 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


Shulou( Report-- December 13, the technology media sixcolors recently published a blog post and found that the log files generated by the Mail application in Apple's macOS system will take up too much disk space.

The media editor Dan Moren, who usually uses a 256GB MacBook Air, has recently found that there is only a few GB left.

Through in-depth investigation, Moren found that the Mail log of the iCloud account was overoccupied, reaching 28GB.

Moren didn't care much at the time and deleted the relevant log files. After a few days, the attempt to upgrade the macOS Sonoma system failed with the remaining 20GB space, and the log file that occupied 9GB was found again.

Through in-depth research, Moren identified the cause of the problem is the Connection Doctor (window > Connection Doctor) of the Mail application, which is a convenient tool for solving mail problems. Note: there is a small check box "record connection activity" at the bottom of the window. When checked, Mail will start to keep very detailed logs, resulting in very large log files. Therefore, if you want to alleviate the problem of excessive log file space, you can uncheck this option.

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