Excel Problems with Mt Lion

Funny with an Excel file with many sheets (14) on my 17" MacBook Pro, using Mail, if I click on the Excel file to open it, all I get a sheet however all the data does not display in the Excel file. 
However if I take the same file and drag it to my desktop, letting it create a new file then open the file all the data is in the Excel spread sheet.
Just wondering if any one else is having a problem with Excel, Mail, & Mt Lion?
thank you for any reply John

I've upgraded to Leopard and also have had difficulty printing in excel (using Office for Mac 2004 Student/Teacher Ed)....Word, Powerpoint, and Entourage all print fine.....and I print fine off the internet and in Apple iWork (Numbers, Pages) and in "Mail" . REally strange.....
I am able to open files in excel, but cannot print them....
I'm a former PC guy.....very set in my ways (I was) until I bought my wife an iMac G5 last year, before Intel came out. Anyway....she loved the Mac so when my Laptop hard drive fried, I decide to take the plunge and am I glad i did......
I'm frustrated about this glitch with excel in Leopard....but for those of us who have attempted to (and succeeded) upgrade Microsoft Operating systems (though you never really succeed....Microsoft just keeps fixing things...with new patches or new service packs!).....well you know what I mean....upgrading to Leopard was a breeze.....I just wish I could figure out this problem with printing in excel!
I would drop excel and just use "Numbers", but I work with all PC users (using various versions of Office) so I need to make sure they can open my "Numbers and Pages" files and even amend them if needed,...which I don't know they can do??????? i know I just jumped subjects here...but anyone have any thoughts on this too?
To summarize:
1. problems printing in excel with Leopard upgrade on macbook.
2. can PC users with Office 2004 (I don't think any use the new 2007)....open my files from email if I generate them with Numbers or Pages?
Thanks,
Steve D.

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    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.320  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316774270
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.350  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316728a90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.350  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316fdaa30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.495  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316774270
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.538  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316fdaa30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.591  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316fdaa30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.619  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316fdaa30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.642  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316fdaa30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:38:26.666  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316fdaa30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.257  -- host:smtp.mail.me.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31662a980
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.258  -- host:smtp.vodafone.co.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3182e6150
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.258  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31605c330
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.258  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3184b79c0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.258  -- host:smtp.gmail.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31658f5b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.259  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316e03950
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.259  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160d8c80
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.265  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31662b000
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.287  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316073530
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.287  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c23cd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.420  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31662b000
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.457  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c23cd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.505  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c23cd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.531  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c23cd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.552  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c23cd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:39:19.573  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c23cd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.346  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3161c6e50
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.347  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316becee0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.348  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31679c620
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.349  -- host:smtp.vodafone.co.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3144ad030
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.349  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.349  -- host:smtp.gmail.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3158e5b50
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.349  -- host:smtp.mail.me.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316728a90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.363  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315c576d0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.518  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.518  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3168cf630
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.548  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.568  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3168cf630
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.597  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.638  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.660  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:40:11.683  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b8d0250
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.173  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc318297540
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.175  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.175  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc314144080
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.175  -- host:smtp.vodafone.co.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315d435e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.175  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167306a0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.175  -- host:smtp.gmail.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31680f3e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.175  -- host:smtp.mail.me.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3170d8a90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.197  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31671e630
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.223  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.223  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc318569a40
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.376  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.396  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc318569a40
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.431  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.475  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.503  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:06.527  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31b9c7b90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.159  -- host:smtp.mail.me.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.160  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316e16c90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.160  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3161e71f0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.161  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315f45120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.161  -- host:smtp.vodafone.co.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3170d94c0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.161  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3174bc990
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.161  -- host:smtp.gmail.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31820b7d0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.174  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3162884e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.189  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c2b240
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.189  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.344  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c2b240
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.363  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.409  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.430  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.450  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:41:59.471  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3160bc120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.209  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31a613830
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.210  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3168ae8d0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.210  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3161d6110
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.211  -- host:smtp.vodafone.co.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315de6190
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.211  -- host:smtp.gmail.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316482400
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.211  -- host:smtp.mail.me.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.211  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31829f120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.224  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3159e76e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.372  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c2b240
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.372  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.402  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c2b240
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.421  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.466  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.492  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.514  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 08:42:51.536  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3167069e0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:smtp.mail.me.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315d40d90
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315ad1930
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316c27e30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315adf230
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:smtp.vodafone.co.nz -- port:25 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315d49010
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3159a1ea0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.246  -- host:smtp.gmail.com -- port:587 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc318691eb0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.250  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315f45120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.311  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316e1b2d0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.311  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31869d090
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.427  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315f45120
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.471  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31869d090
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.524  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31869d090
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.547  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31869d090
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.574  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31869d090
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 09:43:23.598  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31869d090
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:17.592  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3159227c0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:17.596  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3174e7bd0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:17.598  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315e08640
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:18.674  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316a42ed0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.483  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc318462600
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.539  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3162d4270
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.564  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3159227c0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.582  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316a42ed0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.653  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316a42ed0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.674  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316a42ed0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.725  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316a42ed0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:06:19.747  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316a42ed0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.496  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316491d10
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.523  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3144bad30
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.531  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31613c6b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.534  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3172b7640
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.550  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315cbb960
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.626  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315842910
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.665  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc316491d10
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.715  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31613c6b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.805  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31613c6b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.854  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31613c6b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.892  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31613c6b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:07:19.915  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31613c6b0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.527  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3162aa260
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.553  -- host:mail.orcon.net.nz -- port:995 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3162e8510
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.555  -- host:pop.vodafone.co.nz -- port:110 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc315ac9950
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.564  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31643e6f0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.582  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3146b1020
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.685  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3163d82c0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.705  -- host:imap.gmail.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc3162aa260
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.756  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31643e6f0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.800  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31643e6f0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.852  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31643e6f0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.876  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31643e6f0
    INITIATING CONNECTION Sep 30 10:08:19.898  -- host:p03-imap.mail.me.com -- port:993 -- socket:0x0 -- thread:0x7fc31643e6f0

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    I purchased OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3 on August 23, 2012 and iPhoto '11 9.4.3 on August 22, 2012.  I have started having problems last month with freezes, various Apple software not working properly, and after the last update, I no longer can access my flash drives.  I recently posted about my problems with iPhoto not letting me look at individual photos and showing only the black screen with thumbnail strip on the bottom (followed the reply poster's advice, thank you, but without any luck). 
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    - iTunes corrupted immediately after the lastest update when I tried to create a new folder for music resulting in a corrupted iPod and having to restore the iPod and reload the iTunes and all my songs from back up
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    N/A
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