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To install MailSuite, double-click on the scs.x.x.dmg file in the “Downloads” folder. In the opened window double-click the SmallCubed MailSuite.app icon to open the MailSuite app. When opening MailSuite from the Disk Image, MailSuite will automatically add a copy to the Applications folder.
If the user doing the installation does not have Administrator permissions, MailSuite will ask for an Administrator username and password to continue.
The MailSuite app can also be installed by dragging the app directly into the Applications folder. Administrative privileges are still required.
Mojave and Higher
Before you can install the component you need, you will be asked to give the MailSuite app “FullDisk Access” in the System Preferernces “Security & Privacy” setting
To add components, open the MailSuite app, select “Install, Remove and Update MailSuite Components” and install the components you want to use.
In macOS 10.14 or higher, when you first start Mail after adding the components, you will need to enable the MailSuite plugin in the “Manage Plug-ins” setting from the General tab of Mail’s preferences.
To manage components from Mail, go to Manage MailSuite Components through Mail’s main menu: Mail»SmallCubed Mailsuit»Manage MailSuite Components.
Use Manage MailSuite Components to install, update and remove components.
Manage MailSuite Components can also be access directly from the MailSuite App.
Once a component is installed you can access its settings through tabs in Mail’s preferences.
The settings for SigPro are in the “Signatures” tab of Mail’s preferences.
If you have further questions, or MailSuite doesn't act as you expect, you can contact us at the following email address: email@example.com.