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== Welcome to Contacts Contacts is a universal interface to grab contact list information from various providers including Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo. == Download * gem install contacts * http://rubyforge.org/projects/contacts * svn co svn://rubyforge.org/var/svn/contacts == Background For a long time, the only way to get a list of contacts from your free online email accounts was with proprietary PHP scripts that would cost you $50. The act of grabbing that list is a simple matter of screen scrapping and this library gives you all the functionality you need. Thanks to the generosity of the highly popular Rails website MOG (http://mog.com) for allowing this library to be released open-source to the world. It is easy to extend this library to add new free email providers, so please contact the author if you would like to help. == Usage Contacts::Hotmail.new(login, password).contacts # => [["name", "firstname.lastname@example.org"], ["another name", "email@example.com"]] Contacts::Yahoo.new(login, password).contacts Contacts::Gmail.new(login, password).contacts Contacts.new(:gmail, login, password).contacts Contacts.new(:hotmail, login, password).contacts Contacts.new(:yahoo, login, password).contacts Contacts.guess(login, password).contacts Notice there are three ways to use this library so that you can limit the use as much as you would like in your particular application. The Contacts.guess method will automatically concatenate all the address book contacts from each of the successful logins in the case that a username password works across multiple services. == Examples See the examples/ directory. == Authors * Lucas Carlson from MOG (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) - http://mog.com == Contributors * Britt Selvitelle from Twitter (mailto:email@example.com) - http://twitter.com * Tony Targonski from GigPark (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) - http://gigpark.com This library is released under the terms of the BSD.