CloudPull 2.5.3 is now available through this web site and through the in-app software update mechanism. This update has also been submitted to the Mac App Store and will be available there as soon as possible.
This update contains the following improvements:
- Addressed an issue where a calendar could not be backed up if Google was unable to return the list of modifications since its last successful backup. CloudPull now handles this condition by retrieving a fresh list of all events for that calendar.
- Fixed a bug that could cause CloudPull to attempt to download Google Drive files from stale URLs.
- Added error handling improvements when downloading Gmail messages.
- Increased the amount of time allowed for a Gmail message to be downloaded.
- Fixed a bug that could incorrectly cause mail messages to be listed as unlabeled messages.
- Fixed a bug that would sometimes cause the “Restoring…” window to not close after restoring via drag-and-drop.
- Fixed an error condition that could occur when renewing an OAuth token after a backup of Google Drive, Calendar, or Contacts had been running for more than an hour.
- CloudPull will now find the inbox mail folder even if it is not named “INBOX”.
- Improved the error message shown if a newly authorized Google account does not have the expected email address.
- Added validation that all previously backed up files are still present in the backup repository at the start of each backup cycle.
- Fixed a bug that could cause an inability to drag and drop multiple items from the main window if two of the items are Google Drive folders with long and similar names.
- Built against the Mavericks SDK with Xcode 5.