No GPGMail installed
I downloaded and installed GPG Suite - 2014.11.Yosemite-b1.dmg from gpgtools.org.
After installation, Mail.app shows no changes or GPGtool functionality whatsoever. There is no GPG-related settings in Mail preferences, and the OpenPGP indicator in the upper right corner is missing.
For what it's worth, ~/Library/Mail/Bundles is empty, and /Library/Mail/Bundles does not exist.
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1 Posted by Andreas Zeller on 07 Nov, 2014 12:48 PM
Update: This is with Yosemite 10.10 (i.e. the "stable" version out now).
Support Staff 2 Posted by Luke Le on 07 Nov, 2014 03:45 PM
that is very curious. Could you re-install the beta using this guide, and send us the install log?
3 Posted by Andreas Zeller on 10 Nov, 2014 12:48 PM
Update: /Library/Mail/Bundles exists, and has the GPGMail.mailbundle. Still, Mail shows no GPG related functionality whatsoever.
However, after copying GPGMail.mailbundle manually from /Library/Mail/Bundles to ~/Library/Mail/Bundles, GPGmail seems to work: I see a GPGmail entry in the Mail preferences; GPG-encoded mails are decrypted automatically, and composed messages have an OpenPGP option.
An install log is attached.
Support Staff 4 Posted by Luke Le on 14 Nov, 2014 12:50 AM
interesting, nothing fishy to be found in your install log.
Might still be a permission error, but it could as well just been a hiccup.
Please let us know if you're running into this again.
Closing this discussion in the meantime. Have a nice day :)
Luke Le closed this discussion on 14 Nov, 2014 12:50 AM.