All my applications in the
/Applications folder are sorted in different subfolders, so that I can find them easily.
I know, this is not recommended (see this question), since the Software Update looks for the app in the
/Applications folder only when doing the updates, and problems may occur in that case.
That's what happen to me today with the 10.9.3 update: for example, Mail.app has been updated by this update, but in my case, Mail.app were in
/Applications/Internet (instead of
/Applications), so now, after the update I've got:
- a non-working Mail.app application in the
/Applicationsfolder (non-working because it only contains the new updated items of Mail.app)
- the old (working) version of Mail.app in
I tried to copy (with the
cp -R /Applications/Mail.app /Applications/Internet/Mail.app command in the terminal) the updated items in the old folder (of course, I made a backup of the Mail.app folder before), but it did not work (it's impossible to run the "new" Mail.app application, it crashes immediately)
So my question is: how could I manually update the Mail.app application (and the other) ? (and please, don't blame me, like "it's your fault, you must follow the Apple's rules" :-) )