Gmail issues fixed

November 5, 2009 – 9:45 pm by Maximilien Cuony [The_glu]

Release planned Sunday ;)

  1. 26 Responses to “Gmail issues fixed”

  2. Thanks, glu.

    By the way, the status page says that you plan to release the fix… a month ago. Typo?

    By Sue D. Nymme on Nov 6, 2009

  3. Looking forward to it. The constant “FireGPG: Gmail support seems broken. Details Status’s page Close” bubble is really annoying, is there any way to disable that without entirely removing FireGPG?

    By Benjamin C. Wiley Sittler on Nov 6, 2009

  4. I just built it from svn and it works.

    Seems awesome Maximilien.

    Thank you very much.

    By Luís Bastião Silva on Nov 7, 2009

  5. Says October 8 on the status page, a typo?

    By scalyblue on Nov 7, 2009

  6. Yes it’s a typo ;)

    @Benjamin: Not yet, but I will find something.

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Nov 7, 2009

  7. Works great here.

    Thanks for your hard work and effort. I love the comments on your congratulations page – do people really keep forwarding the error, even when you say not to? :-)

    Please dont give up on this project!

    By AK on Nov 8, 2009

  8. Yep AK, wanna see my Inbox ? ;)

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Nov 8, 2009

  9. Hello guys!
    Thanks for the good work, but the latest version does not work for me. (using firefox 3.5.5)
    Please help.
    Here are the errors when i try to send a message:
    Thanks and sorry if i’m the problem ;)

    By dopefish on Nov 13, 2009

  10. You have problem with your smtp server, check your password and/or use anthoer (eg. your internet provided’s smtp)

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Nov 13, 2009

  11. Where does one report bugs? I have an issue that when fetching a key from the server, the clock graphic that get put up does not go away. I reloaded the page, closed the tab, minimized the browser and even switched to another desktop in my Gnome desktop and the clock was still there. That is annoying!

    Also, could there be a preference to never ask whether I want to ‘fetch the key form the server’? Could it be possible to just show a yellow text ‘No key available’ instead of ‘Signed email’ and then when I want to check the signature I would click on the ‘No key available’ and then you app could get the key from the server in background. And just replace the text without annoying me again with a useless pop-up?

    By Aigars Mahinovs on Nov 23, 2009

  12. @Aigars: Get the lastest version…

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Nov 24, 2009

  13. Will you guys have a Google Chrome extension for FireGPG soon?

    By anon on Dec 18, 2009

  14. Hi! I’m very anxious to use FireGPG and it actually works quite well with Gmail. That is, the normal Gmail. It doesn’t work with Gmail as a Hosted App. I’m guessing it would be a slight change to make this work, but I’m not sure where to dig, or if you have plans to include this soon.

    By Jonas Öberg on Jan 8, 2010

  15. Is there any word on when/if FireGPG will be fixed?

    By Katie on Jan 8, 2010

  16. No date.

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Jan 8, 2010

  17. Non working for Firefox 3.5.7 @ Windows! Any fix soon?

    By N900 on Jan 12, 2010

  18. I really want to use this for my Non-profit company of roughly 61 employees. We’re using Google Apps for your Domain (GAFYD) email for our website, etc. But I can’t WAIT to get FireGPG to work with it.

    Please let us know if you’re getting this going, and if you’re planning on a Chrome release.

    Finally, are you planning to add additional team members to your project? Because if you burn out.. we’ll all die seeing there’s no more updates. :)


    By Mark H on Jan 14, 2010

  19. I’m looking for team members, yes :)

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Jan 14, 2010

  20. I use a Google App domain with Firefox 3.0.

    FireGPG work like a charm for me…

    By David DST on Mar 3, 2010

  21. I’m looking at this and on my google apps domains what does work is if I use inline signatures, but it does not work with attached signatures.

    Do we know when this might get time to look at it? So we can generalize to google apps domains?

    It looks like you are aware of the issue, but I’m curious where we find bug reports, and report bugs.

    Jigme Datse Rasku

    By Jigme Datse Rasku on Mar 5, 2010

  22. Hi,

    I recently discovered FireGPG. A pretty good job !
    Unfortunetely it doesn’t function with Firefox 3.6.

    Do you plan to publish a release for F. 3.6 and followers ? Is the devellopment of FireGPG off ? Do you know any similar software ?

    Thank you for your job !

    Sincerely yours,


    By Camel on Apr 12, 2010

  23. Its works with Fx 3.6, just use the version on…

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Apr 13, 2010

  24. For me, FireGPG is simply AWESOME! Unfortunately, it is “half broken” with Firefox 3.6.3 (German language). I can decrypt messages like I was used to but whenever I try to compose a message, I receive the small red ribbon stating something seems to be broken. Error is:

    checkDock/compose chrome://firegpg/content/Webmails/Gmail/cgmail2.js 669 children[0] is undefined

    checkDock/compose chrome://firegpg/content/Webmails/Gmail/cgmail2.js 669 children[0] is undefined

    I tried to deactivate Google Labs, deactivated ALL extensions (except FireGPG) but still no luck. Would be awesome if there is a fix?



    By Thorsten on Apr 26, 2010

  25. I too have the same problem as Thorsten. Decryption/reading emails is fine, but encrypting/sending isn’t.

    Seems that using the older version of gmail works ok when sending, though. But – it is a pain in the ass swapping back and forward…

    Nonetheless, awesome software! Hope the bug doesn’t bore too deep.

    By Jeremy Stratos on May 11, 2010

  26. Hello,
    I like very much this plugin ; same as other people before, I would like to see a working version of FireGPG for firefox 3.6 that can send encrypted messages through Gmail.

    Le Barde.

    By Le Barde on May 17, 2010

  27. tanks

    By damir on Jul 24, 2010

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