This development release enables IMAP and SMTP by default
Debarshi Ray has announced a few days ago, May 2, the immediate availability for download of the GNOME Online Accounts 3.9.1 package, bringing several fixes and one new feature.GNOME Online Accounts 3.9.1 comes with only one feature, it enables IMAP and SMTP by default. Among bugs fixed in this release, we can mention that technical jargon is no longer used in user visible strings, and that the EnsureCredentials notification has been removed.
The application no longer fetches the last status of a Twitter account when verifying credentials, adds a way to skip custom information to the provider when a new account is created, and uses SoupProxyResolverDefault with GoaHttpClient and GoaEwsClient.
Moreover, GNOME Online Accounts 3.9.1 avoids the gtk_dialog_run() function in goa_oauth2_provider_add_account(), fixes the “make distcheck” issue by updating the icon cache on uninstall too, fixes STARTTLS connections for IMAP/SMTP, and adds translator comment in order to explain what None refers to.
Silence warnings when setting :preseed-data to NULL have been added and providers are now categorized by supported features. GNOME Online Accounts 3.9.1 also fixes two issues with ownCloud, by making sure Uri always ends in a trailing slash, as well as support for multiple accounts.
Last but not least, lots of translations have been updated in this first development release of GNOME Online Accounts, including Aragonese, Assamese, Belarussian, Catalan, Simplified Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (British), Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian.
GNOME Online Accounts 3.9.1 is part of the recently released GNOME 3.9.1 desktop environment. For more details, you can always check out the official release announcement.
Download GNOME Online Accounts 3.9.1 sources right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development release and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended to be used for testing purposes only.