John Schwab
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Bassrun commented on 02 Apr 2013
Two Terabytes???
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Bassrun commented on 12 Jan 2012
Download of 1.0.7 gives me a volume with 6.7 MB on it, but the contents are hidden.
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Bassrun reviewed on 12 Oct 2011
Installation of Herald 2.0.3 (released today) failed. Running 10.7.2 on a MacBook Air.
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Bassrun replied on 12 Oct 2011
I tried the various tricks described in the FAQ at the Herald website. Still no luck.
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Bassrun replied on 13 Oct 2011
I got it to install when I logged under a greatly simplified account. I suspect there's a conflict with something else in my standard configuration. SpamSieve?

Something that's strange about this Herald installer is that it asks, "How do you want to install this software?" While most installers ask if I want to install it for everyone or for only one user, Herald's installer offers only a single choice, "Install for me only."
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Bassrun replied on 13 Oct 2011
Herald-the-Third -- I believe that you're describing the following (from erikhinterbichler.com):
In Finder, select the menu item "Go" > "Go to Folder..." and enter "~/Library" (without the quotes). Make sure it is "~/Library" (with the squiggle in front) and not "/Library". Then navigate to the "Mail" folder. From there, select the "Bundles" folder and go to "File" > "Get Info". At the bottom of the info window there is a "Sharing & Permissions" section. Click the lock at the bottom to unlock. Then click the "+" button, select yourself, and give yourself "Read & Write" privileges. (If the "Herald.mailbundle" folder already exists in the "Bundles" folder, do the same thing for that folder also).

If this still doesn't work, it's possible that your Mail bundles were disabled somehow. Open terminal and type:

defaults write com.apple.mail EnableBundles -bool YES
defaults write com.apple.mail BundleCompatibilityVersion 5
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I did all of this, and it still fails to install properly.
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Bassrun replied on 17 Oct 2011
Even though the installer kept giving me error messages, apparently it succeeded in installing Herald correctly. It's working under OS X 10.7.2, and I'm happy for that!
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Bassrun reviewed on 04 Apr 2010
I'm quite happy with this application. It's been a huge help, as the IT security Nazis have insisted on passwords so obscure that no human being could possibly remember them. (In Dilbert's words, from now on, all passwords must include letters, digits, sign language and squirrel noises.)

And at the price, mSecure is a bargain.
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bassrun had trouble on 17 Apr 2008
v. 2.0.0.14 will not launch on my G5 (running OS X 10.5.2).
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