Hi Peggy –
Individual Folders can be dragged from the ‘On My Mac’ storage location to the IMAP storage location. They should be copied one-at-a-time, and you should wait until the entire folder has copied before copying the next one. It can take anywhere from 1 minute to several days to copy the folders depending on how large they are. The folder will not show up in the IMAP area until the contents have finished copying completely. You can check the status of the copy by selecting ‘Activity’ from under the ‘Windows’ menu in Mail.
I assume you are positive that all Apps were purchased under the same Apple account? I have found that some Apps refuse to update properly on their own, and the only fix I know of is to delete the app and re-download it (if it’s a pay-for app, there is no charge to re-download it provided that you are using the same account that was used to purchase it originally). Apps can be deleted by pressing and holding an app until ‘jitter’ or edit mode is enabled, and then pressing the small ex on the upper-right hand corner of the app.
Hope that helps – let us know if you need anything else.
On Jan 20, 2012, at 12:35 PM, Peggy wrote:
> Hi Chris: > > Have you learned any more abt how to transfer folders from MY MAC to the IMAP area? > Second, I continue to have the same difficulty as before with updating apps on iPad and iPhone. When I get notice of upgrades available, I am asked for my Apple ID and password; and every time a note pops up saying I can’t get access to the iTunes store. They provide no next steps. > > Wait: now sometimes, when I move on to doing other things, I’ll notice that the app upgrade note is gone, and they appear to be upgraded. Not always. > > OTHERWISE, all’s well! > > Peggy > > Sent from my iPad