I don’t see where to email you, but my original email to support contained the following:
I’ve had a client of client of mine using eM Client with Google Apps for Business for about 3 weeks now. They use three computers with the same email account (google apps for business). Up until the last week or so, distribution lists were working fine. I set up the gmail account, synced email / calendar / contacts, then made some distribution lists out of contact groups I had made. After this, I set up the same email account on the other two computers, and they properly downloaded all email / contacts / calendars / distribution lists.
Starting about a week ago (I believe, that’s the best estimate my client can give me), the lists started becoming blank. I can delete all lists, refresh contacts on all computers reflecting the deleted lists, then recreate the lists on one of the computers. Now the lists will start showing up on the other two computers, but they are blank again. If I remove the account on the computer I created the lists on, then set it up again, the lists come in and are blank as well.
that message is now a week or two old, so the time frames listed above are off. I exported the distribution list created in eM Client to a vcard, and also exported the vcard of what google had after eM Client uploaded it, and I can send both, but they contain peoples names and email addresses, so I’d prefer to email them instead.
The issue is with lists becoming blank when syncing to google (and apparently yahoo as well).
As far as contact groups, I was suggesting as a workaround or alternative to lists, to just allow emailing a contact group, because those DO sync back and forth across computers / google. You just can’t do anything with them really in eM Client. Like I said above, that’s how thunderbird does it - they don’t even have any sort of “distribution list” other than syncing to contact groups. If you make a group in google contacts, it IS a distribution list in thunderbird & vice versa. If eM Client copied this - at least for google / yahoo users - instead of making a single contact with multiple uuid’s, then it seems distribution list issues would disappear & it wouldn’t be something that would / could break from a server-side update.