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Mail-Update for Mavericks 1.0


Best Answer ardeo79, 09 November 2013 - 11:29 AM

Found a solution which worked for me:

 

I changed the build number in the "SystemVersion.plist" (/System/Library/CoreServices/) from 13A598 to 13A603.

After this the manual update worked for me.

 

Reboot osx86 with the changed build number also works.

 

P.S.: After rebooting App Store finds the "Mail Update 1.0" and it's possible to install it (again after installation of the downloaded update).

P.P.S. Mail is still working  :) 

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Hi,

 

yesterday Apple released an update for Mail.

This update doesn't show up in App Store on my osx86 and if I try to install it manually, it says my hdds are not compatible with this update.

 

Anybody has the same problem?

 

My OSX86 Mavericks has the build number 13A598.

 

(iBooks 1.0.1 update successfully installed btw)



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Works fine for me. Why don't you have the final release, build number 13A603?



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I updated from the last Developer Preview to "GM Seed" with the mentioned build number.

(Didn't make a clean (re-)install.)



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I have the same issue using GM1



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One of the changes in the two build versions seems to be the Mail App. See here.

Probably that's why the Mail App won't update on build number 13A598....



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Best Answer

Found a solution which worked for me:

 

I changed the build number in the "SystemVersion.plist" (/System/Library/CoreServices/) from 13A598 to 13A603.

After this the manual update worked for me.

 

Reboot osx86 with the changed build number also works.

 

P.S.: After rebooting App Store finds the "Mail Update 1.0" and it's possible to install it (again after installation of the downloaded update).

P.P.S. Mail is still working  :) 



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Found a solution which worked for me:

 

I changed the build number in the "SystemVersion.plist" (/System/Library/CoreServices/) from 13A598 to 13A603.

After this the manual update worked for me.

 

Reboot osx86 with the changed build number also works.

 

P.S.: After rebooting App Store finds the "Mail Update 1.0" and it's possible to install it (again after installation of the downloaded update).

P.P.S. Mail is still working  :)

 

Thanks it did the trick for me. Both on my hack desktop and on my MBP.  :)



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ardeo79 ... your tip change with the build number in the SystemVersion.plist not working for me.
I have re-installed the Mavericks as GM2 build 13A603 and only then also came in the Mailupdate 1.0
automatically the software to update.
 
Why is it when some goes with the change of SystemVersion.plist and not with me, I do not know then.


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ardeo79 ... your tip change with the build number in the SystemVersion.plist not working for me.
I have re-installed the Mavericks as GM2 build 13A603 and only then also came in the Mailupdate 1.0
automatically the software to update.
 
Why is it when some goes with the change of SystemVersion.plist and not with me, I do not know then.

 

 

Did you install the combo update for Mail?







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