Everytime I try to log into the LogMeIn Control Panel to add a MacBook Pro to LogMeIn, it changes the structure of my email, preventing me from logging in.For example, I enter the administrator's email email@example.com and password. After I hit Log In, it doesn't let me in and displays a different address filahelp1%40filahelp.com, hince the Invalid Email Format. No matter what I do, it defaults to the invalid email address.This is a new MacBook Pro (2019) with Catalina installed. I've tried everything from reinstalling the 64bit program to reimaging the whole machine. It does not ask permission to do screen recording because it only ask for that once I log in (which I cannot do). I finally installed Mojavi, installed and logged into LogMeIn, then upgraded to Catalina. Though the problem is solved, it took a VERY long route to get there. Someone please help with this issue and the "can't run in 2 locations simultaneously" issue from the toolbar icon.
I am having the same issue. At some point within 24+ hours of continous trying, it will just work. Otherwise, I am getting the same issue constantly. Downloading latest LogMeIn Control pannel for Mac OS on their website. Currently running Mac OS Catalina.
@LogMeIn Please get this fixed!
Thank you for the update. We are getting closer to a resolution now, and I'll let you all know if we need more data to complete the fix.
I am experiencing the same thing. I try to log on with the logmein client and for some reason, when I use the correct credential combination, it turns the @ into %40 and responds with an invalid email address error.
I was beginning to think my machine (MacMini running Catalina) was somehow compromised until I saw this thread here showing that others are experiencing the same problem.
Any suggestions? Please!
I am all ears and I will try.
@dterrot I'm sorry we don't have an ETA yet, though I know it is being worked on currently.
Any further updates?
Same issue here, hence me finding this thread. Trying to log in for the first time returns an "Invalid email" error, turing the "@" symbol into "into %40"
I can get around it by using a deployment package, but that for whatever reason every time I restart the Mac, it now automatically opens the "Security & Privacy" window with the "Privacy" tab selected. Not sure if that's a new bug with Deployment Package installations. If I uninstall LogMeIn, the "Security and Privacy" window no longer opens at system startup. Reinstall... and it opens at startup again.
Using Catalina with Two-Factor Authentication enabled.
That's exactly what most of us are getting...
a) The log in "Invalid email" error with the "@" symbol "into %40" (...and working that around...)
b) The "Security & Privacy" window with the "Privacy" tab selected at system startup.
Still waiting for LogMeIn to fix the issue...
Same issue here and spoke with 2 reps on the phone. Last one remoted in to verify and run a script to clear the credentials. Still not working and was told the ticket is up to Dev to fix now. I have done multiple installs and everytime the credentials are already in the client at launch with %40.
rm -rf /Users/$(id -un)/Library/Caches/com.logmein.ignition/fsCachedData/*