Daylite Version 4.2.2 is Now Available!

Product Updates / June 3, 2013 / Admin

We’re happy to announce that Daylite Version 4.2.2 and Daylite Server 4.2.2  are now available for download on the Marketcircle website.

What’s new in Daylite Version 4.2.2?

  • Time & date now shown on the Created and Modified Columns in the Calendar List View.
  • Fixed a sporadic crash when adding a new task
  • Fixed broken list in the the notifications preference pane for German and French users.

What’s new in Daylite Server 4.2.2?

  • Fixed CalDAV compatibility with BusyCal (requires BusyCal 2.0.5)
  • Fixed and issue with birthday handling for DAV
The full release notes are available in our Knowledge Base.

All existing customers will receive an email at some point today notifying them on the upgrade process. Please note, if you decide to upgrade from the Mac App Store you will need to wait until version 4.2.2 has been approved. We submitted version 4.2.2 last week and since App Store approval times vary, we cannot give an exact date on when it will be available. If you choose to update Daylite from the Mac App Store, you must still refer to the email or our website for instruction on updating Daylite Server. For any questions regarding this process please email info at

**Update: Daylite Version 4.2.2 is now available for download in the Mac App Store

Thanks! 🙂



No Responses to “Daylite Version 4.2.2 is Now Available!”

  1. Hey,

    does DMA work with Exchange accounts now? I know it used to not work some time ago and I can’t find that specification anywhere on your website.

  2. AJ
  3. Hi Chris,
    Yes, DMA handles exchange accounts. It has so for quite a while now. It handles all the account types that Mail can handle so we didn’t feel the need to single it out.

  4. Hi,

    what a pity that the smart lists logic still does not allow to use “does not contain” or “is not” conditions in combination with other “positive” conditions … Or do I miss something?

  5. Emily Rudow
  6. @Robert What exactly are you trying to do? We can create a filter where name does not contain “a” but contains “b” which would return correct results. So if that’s what you mean, then yes it is an oversight. Could you please specify exactly what you mean? Thanks.

  7. @Emily Thanks your your support!

    The situation is a bit more complex. I try to setup a smart list of persons that are included in group A but not included in group B. Unfortunately that does not work in my environment (it did in DL3). Setting up a smart list with persons with names containing “a” and not containing “b” works.

  8. Emily Rudow
  9. @Robert Hmm that may be a bug. Could you please to try to create a top-level filter where group name does not contain “x”. Let me know if that works. Thanks!

  10. @Emily That works as expected…

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