November 13, 2009. We’re tentatively planning to move Junecloud to a new, more reliable server around 1AM EST tonight. If all goes as planned the change will be transparent, but it is possible you may notice some downtime, particularly for Delivery Status syncing. For status updates on the server move, follow Junecloud on Twitter. Thanks for your patience! Update: These changes are now complete. If you… Read more »

November 8, 2009. You may have noticed that Junecloud was unavailable for most of the day Friday (November 6th) and part of the day Saturday. Everything should be back to normal now. We are very sorry for the problems and we hope they didn’t cause too much frustration. As a result of this outage, Delivery Status sync was not working. If you have any deliveries that did not sync you will need to edit them (no… Read more »

October 21, 2009. Recently we released new versions of Delivery Status touch for the iPhone and iPod touch, and our Delivery Status Dashboard widget for Mac. I’ve already written in length about the new iPhone app but I thought the widget deserved some words of its own. The response so far has been overwhelmingly positive. I’m honestly surprised by how many compliments and donations we’ve received. (No other… Read more »

October 13, 2009. Update: I believe this bug is fixed in 10.6.2 which is now available. If you want to disable this script, just open Lingon, select com.junecloud.netcheck on the left, and uncheck the “Enabled” box. I’ll leave this article here since the concepts may be useful for other things. I recently bought a Mac mini to set up as a file server at home, and I’ve run into this fun problem in Snow Leopard:… Read more »

September 22, 2009. An all new interface! Swipe to delete, reorder deliveries directly, and browse your details faster. When we first ported Delivery Status to the iPhone, it was a bit of a rush job. Apple only gave select developers early access to the iPhone developer’s kit, and we weren’t one of them. We had some experience with Objective-C and Cocoa, but not much. The SDK was also in its early stages—many… Read more »