Apple has released an update for its e-mail client program Mail 7.0 for OS X Mavericks.
The update addresses several problems occurring with Gmail users, who have installed the new OS, such as issues with deleting, moving, and archiving messages for those with custom settings, and inaccurate unread counts, Cnet reports.
However, Apple has also issued a few precautions for the users who want to install the update, like making a full backup of your system, and checking all third-party software installed on your system after update.
The Mail update is available through Apple''s Software Update service, which can be accessed in the Apple menu in OS X Mavericks, the report added.
The update can also be downloaded and applied manually from the Mail Update for Mavericks support Web page. (ANI)