3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 25, 2011 7:28 AM by Babaqum
Asen Level 1 (5 points)
This is a bit annoying that each time I run the Software Update, my GPGMail bundle gets disabled by Mail.app.

I downloaded the GPG bundle from here: https://github.com/lukele/GPGMail-SL/downloads

The last version of the bundle does not work under Mail 4.4

I cannot understand why these guys did not integrate GPG support or facilitate third party software...

Please, advice!

Macbook Pro 13', Mac OS X (10.6.5)
  • o2bwise Level 1 (0 points)

    This is my first post and I hope I am following satisfactory protocol by responding to this topic, rather than adding a new one.

    I can't get this to work either. My first attempt, I thought I was all set, but when I received a friend's email for decryption, found that I could not do so. All GPG related functions, from Mail, were grayed out. In my attempt to work things, I got a bit in the weeds for my competence level.

    I think I am back to the status I was at when I got my friend's email. I have my keys generated, imported his public key, and have the same set of circumstances. I cannot decrypt his mail and all GPG options, in Mail, are grayed out.

    Can someone steer me in the right direction?

  • thomas_r. Level 7 (30,640 points)
    I'm not familiar with GPGMail, but if it's a Mail plugin, note that Apple has been making some changes to Mail lately that require developers to update their plugins. I'm sure this won't be happening at every software update into the future - otherwise, why even have a plugin architecture? However, for now, you need to look to the developer of GPGMail for an update.
  • Babaqum Level 1 (0 points)
    Why don't you give GPGMail a try? It's a plug-in for Mail.app and if you want you can use an installer which brings with it, all the requirements needed for mail encryption.

    find it here: