Known Plugin or Mail Issues
macOS 10.4/Mojave Issues
- Starting with macOS 10.4/Mojave, I am providing the plugin only. I cannot provide an installer, and you must perform a manual installation as described on the main page.
- You might need to provide Full Disk Access (link) for the Terminal application to successfully use the following commands. You should remove this elevated Terminal permission after you have issued the commands.
- As of macOS 10.4/Mojave the command-line based customizations might or might not work for you.
Toolbar buttons disappear after upgrade
If this happens simply Control-click on the toolbar and chose "Customize Toolbar..." to re-add the buttons.
Installation Difficulty in OS X 10.7/Lion and later versions
OS X 10.8/Mountain Lion introduced new security measures that have made my old AppleScript plugin installer more difficult to use. Unfortunately I simply do not have the time to investigate the "right" way to distribute the plugin.
However two helpful users have sent instructions on how to get around the installation difficulties.
- Tim Lawson provides nice instructions on how to change the System Preferences (temporarily) to allow installation.
- Andrew Jung also provides nice instructions and includes some images showing what you might be seeing.
If all else fails, please try using the manual installation instructions.
MailFollowUp 1.1 Likely Incompatibility with Debuttonizer
The Debuttonizer utility is likely to conflict with MailFollowup 1.1 in some way. (I have not tested it.) At the very least, it is unlikely to be able to "debuttonize" the MailFollowup toolbar buttons. The reason is because Debuttonizer works by moving the toolbar button images in the Mail.app package, but the MailFollowup toolbar button image resides in the plugin bundle, not the application.
Last updated Sun, Jan 6, 2019