Saturday, February 16, 2008

New Version: iPhoto2Gmail v0.10 Released


I'm happy to announce v0.10 of iPhoto2Gmail today!

I've been hard at work on this release; there are lots of new goodies in this version, as well as fixes for all of the bugs that have been reported. Here are some highlights:

New Features:
  •  Support for hosted Gmail accounts (Google Apps for Your Domain) -- this has been a top feature request, and I was glad to finally get it added and working well.
  • I've added a search field to the Contacts List sheet that should help find your contacts faster.
  • Authentication is now done natively and using Google's official clientLogin API. The result is a faster, more robust authentication check, as well as more descriptive and useful error messages. This new authentication also addresses the DNS issues some users had on Leopard.

Notable Bug Fixes:
  • Restored compatibility with OS X 10.3.9 (Java 1.4). 
  • libgmailer updated to version 1.37 (fixes contact list problems some users were having)
  • Fixed incompatibility with contact names that contained a comma ","
  • Improved behavior when saved login information fails to authenticate.


Oh, and Aperture users, your update is coming soon!

Questions or comments? Give the Google group a try!

Special thanks to Peter Wood for giving me a test email account on his domain, and also Rob for his willingness to try several release candidates on his own time.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could you explain how to use this with Google Apps for Your Domain? I'm unable to login.

Anonymous said...

Me too. @gmail.com is appended at the end.

Anonymous said...

Have downloaded latest version.
But I get a message on authentification, saying internal error, that I am not a registered Gmail user.
I double checked both address & password, but still cannot use the programme.
I am using OSX 10.5.2

Anonymous said...

Just click on the '@gmail.com' portion of the login window, and you can replace it with any GAFYD domain! Wonderful! Such an amazing tool!