Plug-in error when opening Apple Mail

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Every time I open Apple Mail on my MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard Operating System, I receive an error message that Mail has disabled the following plug-ins: ProxiMail. Please see the attached screen shot.

When I click OK, Apple Mail loads and everything works properly. I would like to stop this error message from displaying. How do I disable the plug-in permanently or delete it? I don’t know if I want to get a new version yet.

Incompatible Plug-ins Disabled Mail has disabled the following plug-ins:

ProxiMall

Contact the makers of these plug-ins for versions that are compatible with Mail 4.1 and Message 4.1.

OK

 

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Plug-in error when opening Apple Mail

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Snow Leopard does not support proximail and it is disabled when you start Mail. Quit Mail and click Home then go to Library then Mail and Mail Bundles and remove the folder proximail. Now restart mail and the crashing would stop.
 
If this does not work then you need to download latest fix for proximail from the apple support.
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Plug-in error when opening Apple Mail

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Hellow Pe13mancho,

I am confirmed that the plugin is not suited with the operating system.So it can't run when needed.So

  • you should quit Mail program first.
  • Then go to this directory : Home/Mail/Mail Bundles 
  • Remove the folder

If you can't see the folder of Mail Plugin then open Terminal in the Utilities folder and paste this line at the prompt:

chflags nohidden ~/Library

Then Press RETURN

 

I hope this suggestion will be effective.

Shifflet Laurel

 

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Plug-in error when opening Apple Mail

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Missing Plug in, the are things to start with this problem. You 
 
can delve deeper into non-common formats or forgotten codes 
 
of yesteryear a single installer which will solve all missing plug-in 
 
issues. Plug-in is utilized by a web browser and display content 
 
it render's automatically. When a missing plug-in error, click on 
 
the icon error message or the small arrow nest the text.

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