MsgFiler Engine 1.2.1 and Original MsgFiler Plugin 2.2.6 Released with OS X 10.10 Yosemite Support

New versions of MsgFiler Engine 1.2.1 and the Original MsgFiler Mail Plugin 2.2.6 have been released. These bring support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which was released last week.

It is common for OS X updates to disable your Mail plugins. To get back fast-filing performance with MsgFiler, simply:

  1. Download the latest version of the plugin.
  2. Decompress the ZIP archive.
  3. Double-click on the disk image file.
  4. Go to the Finder.
  5. Hold the option-key down and click on the Go menu.
  6. Choose Library.
  7. Navigate to the ~/Library/Mail/Bundles folder.
  8. Drag the MsgFilerEngine.mailbundle or MsgFilerPlugIn.mailbundle folder into the Bundles folder.
  9. Quit and relaunch Mail.

Verify that the plugin is active by clicking on the Message menu:

  • MsgFiler Engine: A menu item labelled “MsgFiler Engine 1.2.1” will appear at the bottom of the Message menu.
  • Original MsgFiler Mail Plugin: A menu item labelled “Move with MsgFiler” will appear at the bottom of the Message menu.


  1. Would it be possible to wrap that mail bundle into an installer? Could be a relief for users as they have to install it after every dot-release.

    Also: might be you want to have a look at what GPGMail ( do, their plugins isn’t compatible with yosemite but I never had to install it after the minor releases of OS X 10.9. They are installing into /Library, but maybe there are other reasons for it.

  2. I have been using MsgFiler a long long time – currently on 3.1.4 with the MsgFiler Engine recent beta version. Running Mac OS 10.10 Mail 8.0

    When I try to file an open message nothing happens – it works perfectly when filling a message from the browser list. Any ideas?


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