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Quoth dave.myron / contentfree.com:
> > Just wanted to make sure you've seen 
this:http://rubyforge.org/projects/contacts/
> 
> We hadn't - and looking now I'm not sure how we missed it. We're doing
> things a little different (we plan on having different exporters too
> like csv, xml, etc) so I'm not sure how much merging could happen (but
> I'll check in with them). Unfortunately, they don't have AOL figured
> out either.
> 
> It's weird that these PHP scripts (using curl) seem to be able to log
> in fine but we can't (and it seems MOG couldn't either).

Could AOL be rejecting you based on UserAgent?

-- 
Konrad Meyer <konrad / tylerc.org> http://konrad.sobertillnoon.com/

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