Mac Mail 3.6 - Repair function?

Team - Hope someone can help. 
I am using Mac Mail 3.6 (936) - attempting to download messages from a POP server - it begins and will download 2 maybe 3 messages but wont go any further - the spinner icon next to the mail server keeps spinning, there is no network activity.  I have network activity away from mail.  I have tried deleting cache's, deleting envelope index files and the LSMMap files - all to no evail.  If i log onto a different profile on the Mac Book Pro and setup the same pop server it works fine.  I have tried removing and re-adding the same pop server a number of times, no working.  in the same profile, i setup thunderbird and it worked first go.
I have added servers to other POP servers and it is doing the same thing.
I have managed emails on the webmail for the POP server so there is only 1 or 2 messages - it will download them, but will just keep spinning that pesky icon
Is there a repair utility for Mac Mail?  i have re-building the email box - nothing.
Any help would be REALLY appreciated.
Thanks
Chris B

Hi Chris, since you've tried so much already, let's see if we can get any more clues on this.
Take that account offline, then in Mail>Window>Connection Doctor>Show details, look for clues once you click on that Account & choose Get New Messages.
Also open Console in Utilities to watch for clues.

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