#34 Add code for a notification regarding GMail access and oauth2 support in general and emergency release Interlink with it.

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opened 1 month ago by mattatobin · 3 comments
This.. really says it all doesn't it: https://community.pmail.com/index.php?u=%2Ftopic%2F11633%2Foauth2-support-for-gmail-turns-out-to-be-impossible

We may as well note the GData Provider for Calendar as well. Same shit.

Target release: Wednesday 2022-05-18

We may as well note the GData Provider for Calendar as well. Same shit. Target release: **Wednesday 2022-05-18**

In all likelihood Microsoft and Verizon Media will institute their own similar restrictions as will the Russian providers with the bent of Russian Governmental Security or some shit.

Remember kids: Google Standards are BEST Standards in much the same way that North Korea is BEST Korea!

In all likelihood `Microsoft` and `Verizon Media` will institute their own similar restrictions as will the Russian providers with the bent of Russian Governmental Security or some shit. *Remember kids: Google Standards are BEST Standards in much the same way that North Korea is BEST Korea!*

Before someone asks about JUST using an unverified key.. There are restrictions placed on it. One is a max number of users as well as number of API requests per day(?). Not to mention scary warnings and further restrictions at anytime.

As well as, Google permits use of it ONLY while testing and internal development takes place. You are not allowed to use it once your application is published in any way, shape, or form. Doing so while not explicitly stated as such may be a Terms of Use violation. Knowing Google it almost certainly is.

"You need to go through verification before you launch a user-facing app. You can continue to build and test your app while waiting to complete verification. When your app is successfully verified, the unverified app screen is removed from your client."

See: https://support.google.com/googleapi/answer/7454865?hl=en

Before someone asks about JUST using an unverified key.. There are restrictions placed on it. One is a max number of users as well as number of API requests per day(?). Not to mention scary warnings and further restrictions at anytime. As well as, Google permits use of it **ONLY** while testing and internal development takes place. You are not allowed to use it once your application is published in any way, shape, or form. Doing so while not explicitly stated as such may be a Terms of Use violation. Knowing Google it almost certainly is. "You need to go through verification before you launch a user-facing app. You can continue to build and test your app while waiting to complete verification. When your app is successfully verified, the unverified app screen is removed from your client." See: https://support.google.com/googleapi/answer/7454865?hl=en
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