- New Feature: Gmail Push support. With Gmail Push, notifications on new mails are almost immediately.
Gmail Growl uses IMAP IDLE to get notified on changes in your Gmail inbox.
If your (corporate :-) network does not allow IMAP connections to Gmail, Gmail Growl will fall back to polling.
- New Feature: Show sender name in notification.
With this version, the title of the notification shows the sender instead of the subject. The subject is moved to the text of the notification.
- New Feature: Added URL to the notification.
The URL of the new mail is added to the end of the summary. From the Prowl notification, you can immediately open mobile Gmail. Unfortunately, mobile Gmail does open the inbox and not the new mail.
- New Feature: Show Me Again.
If you missed the last new mails, Gmail Growl can show them again.
- New Feature: Auto detect network changes.
Gmail Growl detects network changes including re-detection of proxy and Gmail Push, for instance when moving from LAN to Wi-Fi in a corporate environment.
- New Feature: Hotkey for compose from clipboard.
Pressing Win-C opens the Gmail compose window with the content of the clipboard as message body.
- Bug Fix: Improved proxy detection.
Under certain conditions, auto detection did not work correctly.
- Bug Fix: Wrap to growlforwindows.com only once in a lifetime.
When both Gmail Growl and Growl for Windows are set to start with Windows, Gmail Growl sometimes failed to detect Growl for Windows. When this happened, Gmail Growl will send you to growlforwindows.com only once.
All comments, suggestions, feedback, or bug reports are always welcome.