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I'm sure I can't be the only one who has been enjoying using Notify to monitor multiple GMail accounts. It's worked great for a long time. Then all of a sudden the other day I go to delete an email, and I get this message:

"Your Notify Pro trial has expired. To continue using Notify Pro, you'll need to purchase it. Interested in learning more?"

Ok...been using this program for at least a year and had no idea it was a trial. No big deal; it's worth paying money for. The problem is, if you click the link to purchase it, it takes you to the site:

http://kylevanessen.com

...which is just a blank page.

Does anyone know how the heck to purchase a license for this app? If not, what other programs are you guys using to monitor multiple GMail accounts from your desktop? I do not want to use Mail, as I just want to be notified of new emails, not download them to my computer.

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Yeah it looks like this has become abandon ware. The developer took down his web page and doesn't appear to be able to be contacted. I don't know how you'll be able to get rid of the nag, but what's strange is that the program didn't nag you sooner. Most programs that offer a trial do so for a short period of time, not a year.
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Apparently the author of Notify released the license free for use when he closed up shop. You just have to download a file. Read the discussion on MacUpdate's page:
https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/32217/notify-pro


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Apparently the author of Notify released the license free for use when he closed up shop. You just have to download a file. Read the discussion on MacUpdate's page:
https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/32217/notify-pro
Awesome! Thanks for the tip. For others who may be in my predicament, the discussion in the link above said to google "license.notify.zip". Here's where I downloaded it from and it worked perfectly:

https://anonfiles.com/file/6bdc702e9...4b7110a620f1f6

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