Macbook Pro prevented from Sleeping when Airmail Beta 3.5.3 (460) is open since High Sierra Update

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Bec

18 Nov, 2017 03:56 AM

Sorry if this has already been asked but has anyone else experienced there Macbook Indicator Light staying solid (unable to sleep) when not in use while Airmail 3.5.3 (460) is open? I've only noticed this since updating my OS to High Sierra 13.3.1. Have checked my Activity Monitor to ensure Airmail doesn't require my Mac to be awake at all times and it doesn't. In the 'Preventing Sleep' column along with my other apps is listed as 'No'.

I have to close the Airmail App completely to ensure my Mac Indicator Light (SIL) goes into a slow pulsate (Computer Sleep) when it's not in use. Any help would be appreciated.

Mac Details:
Macbook Pro 15inch (Mid 2010) Intel Core i5

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