I receive a error : "Failed to Authorise"
The information you entered was rejected by Gmail. Please try again.
After 3 times, and I'm sure all my informations are ok.
I sure seems like it. This reservation process seems very odd. At this point it is a hype. The user ratings are either 5 star, or one star from those who are frustrated with the registration wait. Bottom line, it this can't be your default mail app it is useless.
Failed to authorized...
it seems they might have fixed this walkaround
Want into Mailbox app early? Here's how to get past the countdown screen and into the app before your invitation time.
First, make sure Mailbox is completely closed.
Download iExplorer for your computer, copy the preferences plist to your computer (in App->Library->Preferences, its named com.orchestra.v2.plist), open it with a text editor capable of viewing a Plist (recommendations below) and find the key ' orchestra.velvet.room.allowed' and change the word <false/> to <true/> for the entry immediately below it. Save the file.
On Mac, you'll need Xcode or TextWrangler (I used TextWrangler, free on the App Store) to open the Plist.
On Windows, you will need special software to actually get a readable plist file. I found plist Editor to work: http://www.icopybot.com/plist-editor.htm
Then move it back and overwrite the old one using iExplorer.
Launch Mailbox and you're in!
Edit: A bit more step-by-step for iExplorer is below:
After you install iExplorer, plug in your phone.
In iExplorer click on your phone, and open the 'Apps' section.
Then launch Mailbox. (Make sure mailbox was force quite during all of this)
You, sir, are the man.
McManFelix's hint does not seem to work. Any suggestions for Mailboxapp version 1.0.1?
john.b wrote: »
<div class="quote-container"> <span>Quote:</span> <div class="quote-block"> Originally Posted by <strong>Pooch</strong> <a href="/t/155860/mailbox-app-reservations-go-live-in-app-store#post_2273053"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif" /></a><br /> <br /> a reservations system? so i can upload my userids and passwords to the mailbox servers and let them check my email for me and then push it to the app?<br /> <br /> am i understanding that correctly? yeah, uhm, no thanks.</div></div><p> </p><div class="quote-container"> <span>Quote:</span> <div class="quote-block"> Originally Posted by <strong>Mac Bear</strong> <a href="/t/155860/mailbox-app-reservations-go-live-in-app-store#post_2273057"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif" /></a><br /> <br /> I have looked at their confidentiality statement and I am not sure I want to use this app. They store my emails and contact apparently. I am not sure I see why a Mail client would do this.</div></div><p> </p><p> People lining up -- in a virtual line -- to hand over their Google IDs and passwords. To a company they've never heard of. So that company can give them access to their <em><strong>own</strong></em> emails and contacts.</p><p> </p><p> And it's not just email and contract data (though I'm sure that's the honeypot), that is also the login info for a lot of people's documents in Google Apps, files in Google Drive, info from Google+ (for the twelve people who use +)...</p><p> </p><p> One thing I'm sure of is that I think we'll see a lot more applications use this "waitlist" as a viral "marketing technique" in the next few months...</p>