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Cyber Security (and Pro) preventing Mail from being enabled in iCloud Preferences


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Noticed a particular issue with Cyber Security (and Pro) when trying to setup iCloud on Yosemite. If a user has ECS or ECSP installed and attempts to setup iCloud in System Preferences at some point, trying to turn on 'Mail' gets stuck and times out with an error to 'try again later' but never is able to do so.

 

Disabling Real-time File System Protection and/or Network Traffic Filtering does not help. However, restarting OS X into Safe Boot (holding down shift while turning the Mac on) and enabling iCloud's Mail from there works successfully without a problem as there are no ESET instances running.

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El Capitan improved the way Mail & iCloud is done, and the user can now disable and enable Mail in iCloud Preferences with ECS or ECSP installed without an issue. Tested with OS X 10.11 and ESCP 6.1.12.0.

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