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Daylite 4.2 has been released; it includes a feature from Daylite 3—duplicate checking—that was left out of Daylite 4 until now and there are some other minor features and behaviors (among others) that I find helpful.

An issue when subscribing to a Google Calendar in Daylite has been addressed by version 4.1.4, available now from Marketcircle or soon on the Mac App Store.

A minor update to Daylite is available now from Marketcircle and soon on the Mac App Store; version 4.1.3 includes two bug fixes pushed out quickly after the last update.

A plethora of bug fixes await users in Daylite 4.1.2, available now directly from Marketcircle or soon on the Mac App Store.

Google Calendar

Many Daylite users would like to share their Daylite calendar with non-Daylite users; however, Daylite only provides one mechanism for this: an authenticated, CalDAV feed. But by using a go-between, it’s possible to channel your Daylite calendar to Google and vice versa.

Daylite Server Admin 4

Woo-hoo! Daylite 4.1 has been released, bringing with it a ton of bug fixes and enhancements.

You might, as I did, find yourself upgrading from Daylite 3 to Daylite 4 at the same time you change your Mac that’s running Daylite Server. I’d been using DLS on a PowerMac running Leopard (10.5), but the minimum requirement for DL4 is Lion (10.7), thus the upgrade needed to happen on the new machine.

A major update to Daylite 4 has been released and if you’ve been on the fence about upgrading from Daylite 3 I can say that now is the time.

Among the variety of bug fixes and enhancements in the update, I count these as most important:

A Daylite Mail Notification
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For a number of years years I’ve used a script to notify me when certain people email me; if the sender of the message is in a specific Address Book group, the script triggers a push notification to my iPhone. Unfortunately, this doesn’t work for Daylite contacts because there are no groups in the Daylite account. So I decided to ask Daylite if the sender is a contact in its database.

Siri, Your Daylite Assistant

An exciting new feature has just been pushed out in Daylite 4.1:

Added support for Tasks through the “Reminders” app in iOS and on Mountain Lion.

What makes this exciting (at least for me) is that it’s now possible to use Siri to add Tasks to Daylite.

Google Calendar

Daylite 4 allows you to subscribe to external calendars like Google Calendar (although only as read-only), but it only shows the primary calendar for the account. However, there’s a way to subscribe to the secondary calendars directly in iCal/Calendar, which then allows you to subscribe to them in Daylite.