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Email This! 2.2.3 Submitted & Pending Review @ Mozilla

Hey guys,

The (real) fix for Yahoo has been submitted to Mozilla and Songbird. As always, it is already avauilable on songbirds servers, but is still pending review at Mozilla’s.

Here’s the changelog:

Version 2.2.3 (June 23, 2008)
1. Yahoo This! has been fixed again (for real this time)
2. Now compatible through Flock 2.0b1
3. Shawn Branch added to Special Thanks/Contributors section

Download from Mozilla – Version 2.2.2 (Version 2.2.3 is pending review by Mozilla)
Download from Songbird – Version 2.2.3

Here are the new and updated directions for using Yahoo This!

1] Go To: Tools >> Add-Ons >> Email This! Preferences.
2] Login to Yahoo Mail Classic and look at the Url/Addres Bar
3] You should see something similar to: http://us.mc590.mail.yahoo.com/mc/ or http://us.mc590.mail.yahoo.com/ym/
4] Not everyone will have us.mc590 before mail.yahoo.com
5] Not everyone will have /mc/ or /ym/ after mail.yahoo.com
6] Write in everything you see in the address bar through the mc/ or ym/ (without http://)
7] For instance, I would write in us.mc590.mail.yahoo.com/mc/ (and nothing else following it)
8] Make sure there is an / at the end your input in the text box.
9] The extension will work the same as it does for Gmail and Google Apps Gmail after these configurations will be put in place.

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  1. Liz Bryant
    June 23, 2008 at 8:14 pm

    I put in http://us.mc590.mail.yahoo.com/mc/ in my Yahoo Mail Classic and got a 404 message. This didn’t happen yesterday, tho yesterday I didn’t delete everything after the mc/ (must have missed that if it was in the instructions).

    With yesterday’s fixes, the first one of which worked temporarily as I recall, I was puzzled that I needed to do it in Yahoo Mail Classic and if I went back to the upgrade mail to check my email, or if I shut down and restarted, it wouldn’t work unless I redid the whole thing in Classic.

  2. June 29, 2008 at 10:22 am

    Don’t put in the http:// !!!

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