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#19493
Invalid plugins found 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
I upgraded to 2.11 (Vista 64) and now when I execute Rainlender2, I get
the following plugins not found:
CSVPlugin.dll
GooglePlugin.dll
NetworkPlugin.dll
OutlookPlugin.dll
RTMPlugin.dll

it says I should remove them. I see them all in the /plugins/ subfolder in Rainlender2.

What do I do? How do I bring in my Google Calendars?

thanks
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#19496
Re: Invalid plugins found 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
Usually this happens if you install the Lite version over your existing Pro installation. Try downloading the Rainlendar Pro version and reinstall it.
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#19498
Re: Invalid plugins found 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
I re-downloaded the Pro and installed it. After I added a Google Calendar, I get the message about:

Google Error
Unable to download the calendar
Server returned result: (0) 500 Internal Server Error
Internal Error
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#19500
Re: Invalid plugins found 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
The error 500 is a known issue in Google Calendar. Here's more details about it: www.rainlendar.net/cms/index.php?option=com_easyfaq&Itemid=26#faq48
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#19503
Re: Invalid plugins found 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
Well, YOU guys need fix Rainlender then.

Obviously no one is going to: "If changing the "Import Limit" setting doesn't help the only other option is to try to find the problematic event from your calendar. You can do that by creating a new calendar to your Google account and moving the events to it one by one until the server doesn't return the error 500 anymore. After you find the event you can delete it (and recreate if you wish) and copy the moved events back to your original calendar."

I DID change the 'limit' and I still get the same error. When will YOU guys fix this? If you can't then maybe you should have people use Google Calendars. OR have a better solution than "creating a new calendar.."

So I still need HELP. I love Rainlender and it WAS working before just fine. Is there a previous Pro version I should install?
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#19504
Re: Invalid plugins found 1 Year, 6 Months ago  
The problem is not in Rainlendar so installing a previous version will not help. This can happen even if you have never even used Rainlendar before. Certain events in your calendar just cause the Google Calendar API to fail with the error 500. There are plans to upgrade to the newer version of the API in Rainlendar but it requires that everything is written from scratch. And there is no guarantee that it will even make the problem go away.
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