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Apple Mail Plugin Script Install errors

Hi,

I get the following errors when trying to install the Apple Mail scripts:

24.06.09 20:46:28 /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/MacOS/SpamSieve[2244] reading from /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/Frameworks/SpamSieveFramework.framework/Resources/SpamSieve.mailbundle: Is a directory
24.06.09 20:46:28 /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/MacOS/SpamSieve[2244] error processing data: Is a directory
24.06.09 20:46:28 /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/MacOS/SpamSieve[2244] /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/Frameworks/SpamSieveFramework.framework/Resources/SpamSieve.mailbundle: remove: Operation not permitted
24.06.09 20:46:28 /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/MacOS/SpamSieve[2244] reading from /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/Frameworks/SpamSieveFramework.framework/Resources/Clients: Is a directory
24.06.09 20:46:28 /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/MacOS/SpamSieve[2244] error processing data: Is a directory
24.06.09 20:46:28 /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/MacOS/SpamSieve[2244] /Applications/SpamSieve.app/Contents/Frameworks/SpamSieveFramework.framework/Resources/Clients: remove: Operation not permitted
24.06.09 20:46:28 SpamSieve[2244] <NSError Domain=NSPOSIXErrorDomain Code=1 UserInfo={
NSDestinationFilePath = “/var/folders/y1/y1gRkf6qF1emZZ11Afa5GU+++TM/-Tmp-/Clients-1”;
NSFilePath = Clients;
NSLocalizedDescription = “Der Vorgang konnte nicht abgeschlossen werden. Der Vorgang ist nicht zugelassen”;
NSLocalizedFailureReason = “Der Vorgang ist nicht zugelassen”;
NSUserStringVariant = Copy;
}>

My system is a MBP 15 unibody with 10.5.8 (!) Developer preview.

Seems that empty folders are the problem, but I have currently no idea to fix it here.

Any thoughts?

Regards
Michael

Which version of SpamSieve are you using? Have you tried it after installing a fresh copy of the SpamSieve application?

For what it’s worth, it seems to be working fine for me with 10.5.8, so I wonder if this isn’t a local problem (e.g. with permissions). You could use the Show Other Scripts command to access the SpamSieve.mailbundle and install it manually.