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Rainlendar 2.3 build 57 6 Years ago  
Build 57 can be downloaded from here:
Windows: Rainlendar-2.3.b57.zip
Linux TAR: Rainlendar-2.3.b57.tar.bz2
Linux DEB: rainlendar2-pro_2.3.b57-1_i386.deb
Mac OS X (Intel): Rainlendar-2.3.b57.dmg

Notes about the Outlook support:
- Before you start to edit your Outlook events with Rainlendar I suggest that you backup your data.
- Only current timezone is supported, don't edit items which are created on different timezone or Rainlendar might convert it to local time.
- If a recurring event has had modifications to single items it's not possible to edit it. Deleting single events is supported though.
- If the description of an event has any formatting, editing it with Rainlendar will remove everything else but the text.
- I have not yet tried this with an Exchange server so I have no idea how Rainlendar behaves with it.

This is beta version! It has not been tested.

o Added write support for the Outlook plugin. It's now possible to edit Outlook appointments from Rainlendar.
o Fixed a problem with duplicate days on DST change in some timezones.
o Alarms couldn't be dismissed from the menu. Fixed.
o \r is not shown as a square anymore.
o Added an option to show all tasks also in the calendar. This overrides the per-task setting.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.3 build 57 6 Years ago  
In Outlook 2007 if a single instance of a recurring appointment is moved, for example from Tuesday to Wednesday, Rainlendar shows the appointment on both days. The original appointment date is not deleted.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.3 build 57 6 Years ago  
Can you attach the appointment (save it as Outlook Message Format (*.msg))? I tried this with a weekly recurring appointment in Outlook 2000 but that at least was shown correctly.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.3 build 57 6 Years ago  
Rainy wrote:
Can you attach the appointment (save it as Outlook Message Format (*.msg))? I tried this with a weekly recurring appointment in Outlook 2000 but that at least was shown correctly.

Sent as an attachment to your support email address. Let me know if you need anything else.
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Re:Rainlendar 2.3 build 57 6 Years ago  
- Only current timezone is supported, don't edit items which are created on different timezone or Rainlendar might convert it to local time.



I have some troubles with Outlook events time....I am in AEST (Sydney, Australia) timezone and I did not set any timezone for event. Calendar shows the right time, but in different day:-)

It looks like it recalculated time to GMT....?
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Re:Rainlendar 2.3 build 57 6 Years ago  
Can you attach the Outlook appoinment (save it as "Outlook Message Format *.msg")? Also tell how it should be shown.
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