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Lost my todo and events list 7 Years, 7 Months ago  
I just lost my todo and events list. This is what I've done.

For some reason, my Outlook calendar is not working. So, I just tried reinstalling Rainlendar, this time I used the Portable option, the first time I installed it I didn't select this option. Another difference, but I am not sure, this time I selected the option for myself only.

After this installation (I did not uninstall the previous one), Rainlendar ran with an empty todo and events list.

I lost the lists and I didn't fix the problem I was having with my Outlook calendar.

Is there a way to recover the lists I had before? I am particularly interested in my todo list.

Thanks,

-Marvin
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Re:Lost my todo and events list 7 Years, 7 Months ago  
Portable installation tries to read the events from the program folder. Just go to the C:/Program Files/Rainlendar2 and rename the rainlendar2.ini to something else and you should get all your previous settings and old events/tasks back. Or alternatively copy the Default.ics from the C:/Documents and Settings/<yourname>/.rainlendar2 to the program folder.
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Re:Lost my todo and events list 7 Years, 7 Months ago  
Great Rainy, I am back together.

I really do appreciate it. It is a great and fun tool.

I will deal later with the problem I am having with the Outlook calendar.

Thanks again.

-Marvin
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