Address Book Import

Well,
I am developing an application that permit to the members send
invitation to be part of groups like circles in Hi5
To import the contacts I was using the contacts.1.0.0.3.gem from
http://rubyforge.org/projects/contacts/

So my problem is that it is not working any more, all looks like that
yahoo an hotmail have changed their protocols or services at the same
time

Can some one of you help me with this inconvenient??
May be some one has a better solution??

Thanks a lot

Hi, you should also try contacting the author of the gem.
Good luck,

-Conrad

Hi, you should also try contacting the author of the gem.
Good luck,

-Conrad

Hi Hong,

Yes, I have found the same issues while I was investigating

I also tried to found some solution in developer.yahoo.com but they said
they never haver released some API or web service to permit the access
to the address book, so my question now is I want to know how
AddressBookImport.com can have access.

Well we still are waiting for some good answer or solution and
investigating some way to solve

If some one of you guys have some way please …

Mauricio Chica Patiño

WL Hong wrote:

Hey, i am also facing the same problem, i tried to contact the
author , but no reply yet.

BTW, i did some investigation, found that seems the hotmails problem
occurs at the login process, which i have no idea, but the yahoo
occurs at the point it get the CSV files, seems yahoo just added a
random key in the http request string, so the problem is we need to
add a " .crumb " parameter in our HTTP request string, but i am
stucking at this point…

In case you guys found any solution, please give us a helping hand.

Thanks,

Wai-lun

Conrad T. scribeva:

Hey, i am also facing the same problem, i tried to contact the
author , but no reply yet.

BTW, i did some investigation, found that seems the hotmails problem
occurs at the login process, which i have no idea, but the yahoo
occurs at the point it get the CSV files, seems yahoo just added a
random key in the http request string, so the problem is we need to
add a " .crumb " parameter in our HTTP request string, but i am
stucking at this point…

In case you guys found any solution, please give us a helping hand.

Thanks,

Wai-lun

Conrad T. scribeva:

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