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OS X Mountain Lion - Is It Still Useful?

Bob LeVitus offers an excellent brief overview of what you should do before clicking the Install button. Make a copy of the app before proceeding. Otherwise, the app will vanish without a trace after you complete the install this is a deliberate feature, not a bug.

Mountain Lion - Mac Mail authenticated SMTP service (Default SMTP port) setup

Yes, you can get it back by re-downloading the app, but keeping a copy saves you time and hassle, in case you ever want to use Install again. After you have Mountain Lion up and running, you are still not home free. If you try to use Migration Assistant to migrate to Mountain Lion, you may find that the Assistant app crashes. The migration should now succeed. The most likely culprit is an incompatible Login Item.

If you’re signing in from a new location or device

OS X makes an effort to automatically disable incompatible software on startup. Apparently, some apps may still sneak in under the fence.

If your Mail app doesn’t support 2-step verification

The solution is to reboot your Mac in Safe Mode by holding down the Shift key until the gray Apple logo appears. This prevents your Login Items from loading.

Delete any such items and restart your Mac normally. All should now be well.