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Espionage 2 / Re: encrypt individual mailboxes?
« on: March 10, 2012, 06:34:37 PM »
Hello Butterfly0013,
Thanks for your input.
I tested this too, and I'm not sure why it was originally claimed that this is not possible.
As far as I know, it is not even needed to put the folder on the desktop, you can leave it where it is i.e in ~/Library/Mail

Espionage 2 / Re: Support for Growl 1.3.x
« on: March 07, 2012, 08:27:01 PM »
Hi Bruce, thanks for clarification, I will check with the development team if this framework upgrade option is supported.
I will let you know once they come back to me.
Till then

Espionage 2 / Re: Unlock from Global Menu not working
« on: March 06, 2012, 08:34:26 PM »
Hello mgns,
I took over support from Greg.
This thread is about global menu not working, and it seems that your problem is that the folders are not automatically unlocking when you start the application (Firefox and Chrome).
So please clarify, what is exactly your problem?
And if it is the later one, do you have any other folder with application association which works fine?
Are the Firefox and Chrome in the application association of the respective folder?
If yes, can you please first remove them, save the changes, and the add them again, then test if it helped.


Espionage 2 / Re: Support for Growl 1.3.x
« on: March 06, 2012, 08:28:16 PM »
Hi Bruce, I'm not sure what did you mean.
Are you using growl now?
Does it work fine with Espionage?
Which version do you use?
Which version do you want to use, or to which version do you want to update?
Pls clarify,

Espionage 2 / Re: Upgrading to Lion 10.7.3 any precautions to take
« on: March 03, 2012, 07:03:22 PM »
No prob, this is why I'm here for.
Good luck with upgrade, and backup, or even better, clone your disk before going for upgrade. Borrow an external USB of sufficient size, and download Carbon Copy Cloner, let it do a full clone, once done go ahead with upgrade. If anything goes bad, just boot from clone, and make another clone but this time from external to internal disk, and you are back to where you were before the upgrade.
It is faaaaar less stressful then fixing the things, and still does not limit you to try to fix them but if you fail to succeed then you just boot, clone and you are safe.

Espionage 2 / Re: Moved my home directory now cannot connect
« on: March 03, 2012, 06:59:28 PM »
Great to hear,

Espionage 2 / Re: Moved my home directory now cannot connect
« on: March 02, 2012, 08:44:52 PM »

I assume that "espionage file that existed in the directory is no longer recognized" means that the folder is not present in Epsionage window any more, if my assumption is correct, just drag the folder to espionage window, and it should recognize that it was "Espionaged", and will ask you for the folder password, enter it, and you should be done.
Also check if the application associations were properly added, if there was any.

Let me know if you need further help,


Espionage 2 / Re: Upgrading to Lion 10.7.3 any precautions to take
« on: March 02, 2012, 08:41:51 PM »
this is what I found in one of the posts on this forum:

during operating system upgrades (and even "patches"), the OS X Software Update utility and the script it follows is going to presume a lot of things about your system. One of those might be that there be unencumbered access to files, folders, applications and a whole host of other things — some of which may be replaced outright by the upgrade. You really don't even know what applications may be run as a part of an upgrade. And for upgrades that require a reboot as part of the installation you can be assured that most applications will be quit before files are being moved, etc.

Not having all your folders for Apple's applications/utilities available to the upgrade may cause the upgrade to make assumptions and create new, empty replacements for them as the upgrade runs.

And I completely agree with it. OS X Installation assumes it has full rights on everything and Espionage could stand in the way here.
So yes, please unlock all folders by removing them from Espionage and then add them after upgrade again.

Hope this helps,

Espionage 2 / Re: Corrupt User Account Now Cant Open Espionage
« on: March 01, 2012, 04:02:54 AM »
So it worked?

Espionage 2 / Re: Restored encrypted file from Time Machine
« on: February 29, 2012, 06:24:03 PM »
So the story ended by restoring the folder from another instance of the time machine backup, because obviously the one we picked first time was not valid.
Remember that backing up the protected folders with Time Machine while the folder is unlocked might lead to inconsistent disk image and corrupted backup.
It is much better to exclude the protected folders from TM backup and enable Espionage backup.
This is making sure that your backups are valid.
All about it at ... ackup.html


Espionage 2 / Re: Corrupt User Account Now Cant Open Espionage
« on: February 29, 2012, 06:20:24 PM »
What you need to do is:
Quit Espionage if it is running
Go to your home folder/Library/Application Support/ and rename the Espionage folder to Espionage.old
Start Espionage, and this will initiate the setup wizard as if you would start Espionage the first time.
It will ask you to decide if you want a separate keychain or use the user's. I suggest to use a separate, exactly to avoid problems like you have now.
Pick a new password, and once done, it will create a new keychain for Espionage and set the password of the keychain to the one you just typed.
Once the setup wizard closes, you will end up with Espionage window but with no folders inside.
Now drag the protected folders to Espionage window, it will ask you to type in the password you assigned to that folder.
If all fine, it will add the folder to Espionage and add the password for that folder into the Espionage keychain.

Let me know if it worked.

Espionage 2 / Re: Restored encrypted file from Time Machine
« on: February 28, 2012, 05:43:26 PM »
Dear Forum reader, this post continued as a support ticker, once closed, I will post the outcome.

Espionage 2 / Re: Restored encrypted file from Time Machine
« on: February 27, 2012, 06:45:23 PM »
Hello Alex,

When you navigate to the folder which should be encrypted, and you click on it, do you get asked for password, or you see three folder inside named
This folder contains encrypted data
It is controlled by Espionage
Do not modify it in this state

Do you see the normally hidden disk image which is named same as your folder name, but the name starts with dot?

Did you enable the backup of the folder in Espionage, because if you did, then we might be able to restore from there, if not,

Did you follow the restore procedure from Time Machine backup as described here (yes, I know, it looks rather complicated): ... chine.html

Can you please send me the diagnostic report as described in this post:

Please answer me as much as you can, and I will try to assist you further,


Espionage 2 / Re: computer processor
« on: February 23, 2012, 12:10:35 PM »
Hello, I'm afraid I cannot help you with your question, it is not Espionage related. Please post your question to Autocad forum where people will share their experience  with you.

Espionage 2 / Re: Finder Launch Prompts
« on: February 22, 2012, 06:31:45 AM »
Hello Bob,
Thanks for additional info. I passed it already on to developers.

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