I have a user with a network account, i.e their home folder is stored on the server and accessed via the network.
When I launch their ‘Mail’ application SpamSieve launches, but displays the ‘Welcome to SpamSieve’ message despite the fact that I have already done all set up steps such as installing the plugin and registering, creating rules etc. When I chose to install the plugin again (from the SpamSieve menu) a message came up saying that it couldn’t create the ‘bundle’ and directed me to add it manually to the ~/Library/Mail/Bundles folder. It was already there but I added it anyway, overwriting the original.
However, this hasn’t solved it. What am I doing wrong, or is this an unsupported configuration?