hi there ,
tried to install mailhub , gave it full disk permisiions on system prefences , still no "manage plugins" button at "Mail-->Prefences-->General
tried on two computers , still got the same problem .
osx Mojave latet version on MacBook Pro and MacBook Air .
galezer this worked for me after I restarted the computer: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8591707
Having the same issue. I did a fresh install of os. No Manage Plug-ins button. I looked in ~/Library/Mail/Bundles and I see MailHub.mailbundle . Just no button to enable it.
maybe a permission problem on the mail hub.mailbundle itself ?
don't understand that .
Here are my permissions.
drwxr-xr-x 3 bob staff 96B Oct 3 13:53 ./
drwx------@ 6 bob staff 192B Oct 3 13:53 ../
drwxr-xr-x 3 bob staff 96B Oct 3 13:25 MailHub.mailbundle/
I have the same issue
Does Dervish look at these posts? Sees like they don't respond.
Haven’t heard anything. Sent a tweet also. Would be good to hear something even if it’s just that they are looking into it.
I have the same issue... No "Manage Plug-ins" button... Tried it several times on different Macs.
Same here, this button doesn’t show, though the Apple help tells you it has to be there. Maybe Apple had the button in the beta, but not in the final version?
I am going to try to install another plug-in and see if that changes anything. If it does I will post it here
tloew Just installed Small Cubes Mail Suite Plug Ins, after that (same procedure with System Preferences etc) the button appeared in the Mail Preferences and I could turn the Plug Ins on, including my loved Mail Hub
tloew I was having the same no "manage plugins" button problem with Mojave – installing Small Cubes Mail Suite Plug Ins brought the button back for me and let me install MailHub
Had the same problem and found this. It works.
Open Terminal and enter
sudo defaults write "/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail" EnableBundles 1
adambern Thanks - this works. It is fairly disturbing that Dervish seems out of business as far as I can tell. Seems like everybody installing under the latest macOS has problems, and for MONTHS nobody officially responds. I guess my $$ is only as good as the product continues to work, I can't imagine an update is forthcoming.