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Virus Scan for Rainlendar 2 Pro

A Fully Featured Calendar Application

Rainlendar lets you see your schedule in the form of an application that takes up very little space, yet provides you with loads of information at your fingertips.

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What are people saying about Rainlendar 2 Pro

Brian Warren Is Rainlendar portable (meaning can be placed on and run from a flash drive)? I'm using a Portable Thunderbird beta right now but it's not updated very often and some of the functions don't work well. Thanks.
Jun 15 2009 at 2:03am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Yes, portable installation is possible. All you need to do is to create an empty settings file to the Rainlendar's installation folder in the flash drive and all the data will be stored to there. You can find more details from the FAQ: http://www.rainlendar.net...id=26#faq2
Rainy - Jun 15 2009 at 8:52am Copy Link
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Mike G Rainlendar is a well-designed and nice looking app. It is very close to being useful for me as an alarm/reminder. I hope you will consider two small enhancements. I simply need a message to pop up every hour (not a task or event).

If Rainlendar could add hourly and minutely recurrence and optionally pop up (display) the notes section it would add important new functionality with little effort! Is this possible for a future version? :)
Jun 16 2009 at 1:09am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Hourly recurrence would require quite many internal changes to the application so it probably isn't going to be implemented any time soon. However a simple alarm which would just pop up on certain intervals should be relatively easy to implement as an addon. I could consider doing something like that (although I cannot make any promises).
Rainy - Jun 16 2009 at 4:56am Copy Link
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Mike G Kimmo, thanks for the quick response and considering the possibility of an alarm than can pop up at intervals. I would use it to play a chime every hour and display an inspirational message or teaching of the day. It is a powerful technique for change. Other applications can do this, but they don't look as good or function as well as Rainlendar :)
Jun 16 2009 at 11:58am Copy Link
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Sheila C. An interval alarm would be very useful for me, too - great way to remind oneself to get up and stretch or refocus the eyes to avoid strain.
Jun 17 2009 at 5:40pm Copy Link
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Mary Wilson I have used the light version of this and it is great. Never could figure out what was the major differences between this light version and the pro version to spend the money to purchase it as the light version is free.
Jun 18 2009 at 12:18am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The pro version allows access to the events in network calendars (e.g. Google Calendar) and in Microsoft Outlook directly from Rainlendar.
Rainy - Jun 18 2009 at 1:15am Copy Link
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Alex O Does Rainlendar support two way synchronization with Google Calendar? are we able to see all the calendar also without internet connectivity? Finally does Rainlendar support SSL/TLS at least during login to the Google service? thank you a lot!
Jun 18 2009 at 10:21am Copy Link
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d t This calendar has a feature that my wife really likes. She can set it to display the upcoming events for as long as she wants (in her case 30 days in advance).

Is there an easy way to import events from a spreadsheet or a csv file? I have roughly 100 birthdays, anniversaries etc to input, and using the New Event screen is pretty tedious. I entered a few and exported them, but I don't think it would be easy to build that format by hand, plus it seemed to have a GUID field and a few other fields I don't have values for.

Thanks in advance for your reply.
Jun 18 2009 at 1:24pm Copy Link
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Mary Wilson I have used the light version for some time. What is the main difference between this and the Light Version?
Jun 20 2009 at 12:54am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The Google Calendar support works both ways so you are able to modify and create new events to Google Calendar from Rainlendar. Offline access to the network calendars is supported too. All network traffic to and from the Google's server is done through the encrypted https protocol.

CSV import is planned but not implemented yet so currently you have to convert the csv file to iCalendar format before it can be imported into Rainlendar.

The main difference between the pro and lite version is that the pro version includes support for Microsoft Outlook and network calendars.
Rainy - Jun 20 2009 at 6:23am Copy Link
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Peter Wallace Greetings,

I just purchased this today - and the working with Outlook - WOW - easy and fast and it works - very nice.

I did have a question - is there a way to make it work as a Gadget for Vista / Windows 7's Sidebar? It makes 100% sense and it would seem to be a very straightforward proposition, or perhaps it already has that ability. If so please let me know.

Regards,

Peter
Jun 21 2009 at 7:13pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Unfortunately it's not possible to use Rainlendar as a Vista sidebar gadget.
Rainy - Jun 21 2009 at 7:29pm Copy Link
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Jess O Could somebody tell me why this software is called Pro 2, when the download link here is for Pro 2.5?

I'm probably missing something as new to this site.

Don't want to end up with wrong version.

Thanks
Jun 21 2009 at 10:20pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The name of the application is "Rainlendar 2" and the latest version is 2.5. The license will work in all 2.x versions.
Rainy - Jun 22 2009 at 1:21am Copy Link
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Software Guy The portability function is nice. What is your EULA - can we install on our home computer, laptop and netbook? Thanks!
Jun 22 2009 at 2:03am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The license is personal so yes, you can use it in multiple computers.
Rainy - Jun 22 2009 at 3:48am Copy Link
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ehab i highly recommend this to any one. Its a tool i used since winter 2007 everyday. With this price its really a give away, get it now : )
Mar 18 2010 at 9:03pm Copy Link
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just me i've tried sooooooo many calendar and sticky-notes apps, and finally found this. happy user since long time - grab this giveaway and never look back :)
Mar 19 2010 at 7:34am Copy Link
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S.C. fully agreed with the 2 previous posters. a must have app at any price.
Mar 21 2010 at 8:32pm Copy Link
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gowani a have used rainlendar for over 5 years...it is #1 and the most flexible with regular updates. keep up the great work!
Mar 22 2010 at 4:00am Copy Link
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W Scottie I tried download the trail and found it is of version 2.5. However, I found the newest version of rainlendar pro is 2.6. Do I need to upgrade after I purchase this deal?
Mar 24 2010 at 4:23pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The download link seems to point to the old version. That's a mistake. I informed BDJ to update the link. You can get the latest Rainlendar Pro 2.6 from the "Product Website" link if you want to try it out. The purchased license will also work for all 2.x versions of Rainlendar so upgrading will be free.
Rainy - Mar 24 2010 at 8:25pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale FYI: The download link is up to date
BitsDuJour Admin - Mar 25 2010 at 8:55pm Copy Link
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Jason Hunt Looks cool!!!
Mar 25 2010 at 9:03pm Copy Link
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Stephane M Are you planning to implement Rich Text Format in the text field of events and tasks?
Thanks!
Sep 13 2010 at 7:04pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola At least at the moment there are no plans to support Rich Text in the event descriptions.
Rainy - Sep 13 2010 at 9:39pm Copy Link
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Stephane M Thanks for your reply Kimmo.

Your software is very easy to use, has lots of features and is fully configurable! Very good piece of software.
I think it would be nice to have RTF to highlight some notes/comments but I think I can live without it for now.
Sep 14 2010 at 1:22am Copy Link
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hameed azeez I AM USING THE TRIAL VERSION,ITS WORKING FINE, I WANTED TO BUY IT ON 20TH WHEN IT COMES FOR SALE.
MEANTIME TELL ME HOW TO CHANGE THE CALEDNDER SKIN  WITH WEATHER  AND START AND END TIME
Sep 14 2010 at 8:13pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola You can get the weather widget for Rainlendar by installing the widget addon. You can download it from here: http://www.rainlendar.net...mp;id=6164
Rainy - Sep 15 2010 at 12:02am Copy Link
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Albert C. This program is awesome and nearly freeware! Too cheap to even make a discount!
Thanks to the developer for such a cool and cheap app! ^_^
Sep 15 2010 at 7:27am Copy Link
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carl thorpe Bought a license quite some time ago, as this is one of my most used programs.  I've since bought a second license for my wife's computer.  It helps me keep all my important dates straight.  I love being able to put some parts of the program on my main monitor and other parts on my secondary monitor.
Sep 17 2010 at 5:08pm Copy Link
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Mina User does buying pro include lifetime upgrades?
Sep 18 2010 at 6:08am Copy Link
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Kancha lama does the purchage is for future upgrade too???
Sep 18 2010 at 10:16am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola All upgrades to Rainlendar 2.x will be free.
Rainy - Sep 18 2010 at 7:49pm Copy Link
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faircot You say that upgrades to 2.x will be free but I notice the prog is already up to 2.7. When do you intend to go to v3?
Sep 19 2010 at 8:43pm Copy Link
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Kishor At Thank u so much for the discount! it is great!!! the "unregistered* has gone now from my laptop!!!
Sep 19 2010 at 9:20pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola My current plan is to keep updating the 2.x version. I haven't decided if there ever will be v3.
Rainy - Sep 19 2010 at 9:32pm Copy Link
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Preston Mitchell I bought Rainlendar and installed it on the Windows XP side of my dual OS PC.  As a daily task organizer in XP, I love the program...and consider it to be a great value even at the full retail price of under $10.  But, I don't think it is as useful in Windows 7...where I have OneNotes of MSFT Office 2010 installed.  Even so, it is still a great app in my fave OS (XP) where I do my work (but play in Win 7).  So, I offer my hearty compliments to Kimmo for a very nice piece of software.  Thanks!
Sep 20 2010 at 8:47am Copy Link
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Stephane M Great software for a small price!
Just purchased it. 
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Jon E Hi,
in a previous post you said "The license is personal so yes, you can use it in multiple computers."

I travel and stay a couple of weeks in each place so I have computers in different locations. I don't use them at the same time since they are in different locations. They use Ubuntu Linux except for one that uses Windows. Can I use the calendar on all of them for one license? Will it update f.ex. with Google calendar so that one entry in one computer will show up on the other computer although they were not online at the same time. (E.g. will Google transfer that?)
Oct 17 2010 at 10:15pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola As long as you are the only person using the licensed application you can install the same license to multiple computers. If you store the events to Google Calendar they will be available on all computers.
Rainy - Oct 17 2010 at 11:52pm Copy Link
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Betty V If I install a version of Rainlendar on the Home computer of my network, can it be accessed thru the network from the share folder on the other network computers. I don't want to sync it with Google or Outlook, just want to use it syncing it amongst my network computers....or will I have to install it on each individual computer.
BTW, I absolutely love Rainlendar, haven't like anything else I've tried.
Dec 25 2010 at 7:49am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola You can place the events file to a shared network drive which then can be shared by all the computers. It's not meant to be ran this way though so some things might not work as well as with local files (e.g. Rainlendar might not notice automatically if the file has been modified).
Rainy - Dec 25 2010 at 9:25pm Copy Link
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Tore Hoyem My colleagues and I use Google Calendar to synchronize our meetings, and to plan our activities for the upcoming weeks.
To that end, we have shared our respective calendars in read-only mode.
I have found some applications that let me view and modify my own calendar without opening the GoogleCal web page, but none that also lets me see calendars that others have shared with me.

Can Rainlendar 2 Pro do this?
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Bumble Weasle Yes, it can
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Robert Bull When I received the Bits newsletter, it said the offer was "Rainlendar 2 Pro - Mac", no mention of PC. The offer page here says "Platforms: Windows XP, Vista." Please, can you clarify which platform or platforms the offer is for? Thanks.
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Lala lala I already own the pro version and I was able to use the license in WinXP, Win7 and Ubuntu. I guess it will work for mac as well.
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Kimmo Pekkola Yes, the same license works on Windows, Linux and Mac versions.
Rainy - Feb 10 2011 at 5:35pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale @Robert, it's definitely Mac *AND* PC.
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 10 2011 at 7:31pm Copy Link
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alexis t hi, i just purchased it, but where i can find the register key?
Feb 11 2011 at 5:25pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The license will be sent to your email address automatically. Give it few hours and if it doesn't arrive just send your details to Rainlendar's support email address and I'll send you the link manually.
Rainy - Feb 11 2011 at 7:14pm Copy Link
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Daniel Walker Since it has a 'task' function ...

Can you save that like a 'diary' of your years - say, appointments?

and

Can you make it NOT visible? - Password protected?
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Kimmo Pekkola The tasks are kept after they have been completed so you can go back and read them if you wish. However the task list is not really meant to be a diary so I'm not sure how well it would work for such purpose.

It's possible to hide the calendar where the tasks are stored so that they are not directly visible on your desktop. There is no password protection though so if you share your Windows or Mac account with anyone they have access to all events and tasks stored to Rainlendar.
Rainy - Feb 11 2011 at 7:59pm Copy Link
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Max Murkel When I hit "buy now" I'm immediately forwarded to the PayPal log-in screen w/o any chance to change the amount of licenses to buy.

Not really an improvement IMHO
Feb 11 2011 at 9:23pm Copy Link
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Henrik Safegaard Works Great Kimmo :)
Feb 11 2011 at 9:35pm Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola In most cases you need just a single license. The license is personal so it can be installed to multiple computers. If you need purchase multiple licenses e.g. for a company you can send an email to the Rainlendar's sales address and I'll create an invoice for you.
Rainy - Feb 11 2011 at 10:17pm Copy Link
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Julie Bedford Hi, Can you let me know how to change the date format from
month/day/year to day/month/year

Looks an interesting app
Many thanks.
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Kimmo Pekkola The default date format depends on which language you are using (Options-Language). You can set a custom format from Options-Advanced-Date format (check the Rainlendar's help for supported formatting codes) but note that this does not affect the date control in the event editor since it's native operating system component.
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Sally Marciniak Hi, I see you can use Rainlender 2 Pro from a USB drive at least on Windows. Can you take the same USB drive and run Rainlender 2 Pro on Mac and Linux too? I have an iMac for my desktop, a laptop running XP Pro and a netbook that dual boots XP Pro and Ubuntu. It would be so cool to just keep Rainlender Pro on my jump drive and be able to move it from machine to machine. Thanks.
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Kimmo Pekkola You should be able to do that but it requires some additional work. Basically what you would have to do is to copy all 3 versions of Rainlendar to the USB drive and create a launch script or shortcut for each of them which makes Rainlendar to share the same settings between different versions (you can use the -c command line argument for that).
Rainy - Feb 12 2011 at 3:50am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale @Max, We advise that you simply make several transactions if you want multiple copies
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 12 2011 at 4:48am Copy Link
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Don Versluys I entered 2 credit card numbers. Neither was accepted.
How can I buy this?
Don
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Michael R. Is it possible to define (one or more) countdown-timers, which counts down to a specific time?

This would be very nice, e.g. with ebay-auctions, etc.

In this context, it would be also very useful to allow to enter the date/time for a local time-zone or a standard-time (EST, PST): Quite often one finds certain date/times in the internet and it is quite uncomfortable to find out the local time. If the countdown end-time would be possible to be entered not only in this local time of the computer, this would be very helpful.

So is this yet possible with Rainlendar or do you plan to implement this yet?

Thanks a lot...
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Kimmo Pekkola There is an addon for the default Shadow4 skin which includes a countdown widget: http://www.rainlendar.net...=6&id=6164

Rainlendar can also automatically count the number of days to a given event but the resolution is a full day so it's useful mainly for birthdays and such.
Rainy - Feb 12 2011 at 6:16am Copy Link
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Robert Bull Thanks, folks! :)

@Nico: I have weekly e-mails from Bits and now I have a Rainlendar key, can you offer an iCalendar format Bits file each week to merge with Rainlendar so we can easily see what's coming?

@Daniel Walker: diary - try Horst Schaeffer's MemPad http://home.mnet-online.d...uc/win.htm and press F6.

@Michael R.: I second the countdown timer idea.
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Nico Westerdale @Don, You should be able to use any credit card with PayPal, if you have an error their customer service, their is not much we can do.

@Robert, we're actually moving away from the weekly email in favor of the daily one. If you want to see previews please check out our Dashboard page!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 12 2011 at 6:39am Copy Link
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Bare Prat Installed well - w7 64 bits -
BUT - cannot get it uninstalled!
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Stan Hello Kimmo Pekkola,

ist it possible to change the path of the default.ics to another path (i.e. dropbox) with the portable version of Railendar?
Feb 12 2011 at 8:36am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Uninstallation can be done from Programs and Features section in the Control Panel or from the Remove Rainlendar2 link in the start menu.

The location of the ics file can be changed from Options-Calendars.
Rainy - Feb 12 2011 at 6:45pm Copy Link
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Stan @Kimmo Pekkola: Thank you! I found it and it works very well.
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Albert C. Great software! Very useful, easy to backup settings and very cheap! Very recommended! ^_^
Aug 1 2011 at 5:34am Copy Link
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VLM Does Rainlender complement the Outlook calendar or replace it?
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Preston Mitchell Compatible with Windows 7 x64 bit???
I bought and used Rainlendar on Windows XP...and Rainlendar was one of my favorite software. But when I went to Windows 7 64-bit, I did not install Rainlendar...because a FAQ on Rainlendar's site warned that the developer did not intend to revise Rainlendar for Win 7 x64. Has that changed? Is it OK to install on Rainlendar on W7 x64 now? I HOPE SO! I miss Rainlendar!
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Mike Vincent I use it on Win 7 64
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Kimmo Pekkola Rainlendar can be used as a standalone calendar application but it is not meant to replace Outlook since there e.g. is no support for email or contacts.

Rainlendar has a Manager view where you can very quickly search events by any field. Currently Rainlendar separates only tasks and events so you need to use the categories if you have multiple types of events and you want the to have a different appearance in the calendar.

I can't say if every single recurrence option that Outlook has are supported but at least the mostly used ones should be.

The 64-bit Windows 7 is supported by Rainlendar.
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VLM Thanks Kimmo, that's clear.
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P C I am happy with my systray "calendar" - and since 7 it shows even the date by default! ;-)

But I miss a holyday feature: I want to be informed, if there a national holyday. - This can vary from state to state and country to country of course, that is why Rainlendar might not support such a thing. That is why I am asking...

Also: for a real calendar app, data from the outlook calendar should be retrieved. Nothing is worse than adding events to different calendars (except someone wants to strictly separate private and business events).
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Kimmo Pekkola You can download holidays in iCalendar format and import them to Rainlendar (http://wiki.rainlendar.in...e=Holidays).

Rainlendar is also able to read the appointments and tasks directly from Outlook.
Rainy - Aug 4 2011 at 3:17am Copy Link
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Simon Holloway Can tasks repeat based on completion date? For example if I want the task to repeat weekly and I complete the task today, the next task will be due next Thursday, but if I am delayed and complete the task on Saturday I would want the next to be due the following Saturday!
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Kimmo Pekkola The recurrence is relative to the due date. It's not possible to make it relative to the completion date.
Rainy - Aug 4 2011 at 6:30am Copy Link
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Zsolt B. I have only one problem with Rainlendar. When I use zooming (and there is a built-in skin, when I should use, because the calendar is so small), 150% or bigger looks terrible. The texts are blurred, not sharp. Is there any way to change it??
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Leah Hurst I have a previously purchased license and I love it. It complements Outlook - for me, since they both sync to my google calendar - and I don't have to have email always open to see what's going on.

I don't use the task list much, though.

I recommend it highly.
Aug 4 2011 at 7:32am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola The calendar is made of a image so scaling it will make it blurry. You can use the double size skin if you need a bigger calendar: http://www.rainlendar.net...id=26#faq8
Rainy - Aug 4 2011 at 8:04am Copy Link
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Jim Ennes On the purchase page for the BDJ offer is there any way to change the quantity of licenses purchased? Can do multiple transactions, of course, but being able to change the quantity would be useful. We are looking forward to being a licensed R2P household after using the free version for embarrassingly long time.
Aug 4 2011 at 11:38am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Unfortunately currently it's possible to purchase only one license at a time.
Rainy - Aug 4 2011 at 12:28pm Copy Link
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Patrick J. Hello Kimmo, thanks for this offer. I'm a Rainlendar user now too. Please keep on the good work.
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Faisal Humayun Hey Kimmo, any ideas for producteev support? While it can access Remember The Milk service handsomeley, for some reason it doesn't seem to sync changes made from the UI. Is this because one needs to have a pro account with RTM first?
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BENNET User @Rainy Venodr,

It seems Rainlendar is already in 2.9 release now. So will the license covers all 3.XX upgrades for free?
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Kimmo Pekkola At least at the moment there are not plans for Rainlendar 3.0 so I can't say what kind of licensing policy it would have. My current plan is to keep releasing upgrades to Rainlendar 2 and those will be covered by the license.
Rainy - Jan 22 2012 at 7:56am Copy Link
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Jon Spain Can one import from Outlook 2003, please?

Jon
Jan 23 2012 at 1:18am Copy Link
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Jack G Ooh, nice! Going to grab this, been using the free one for a long time.
Jan 23 2012 at 1:37am Copy Link
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Tim Parsons Does it correctly support repeating events?
Jan 23 2012 at 1:58am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Outlook 2003 and repeating events are both supported.
Rainy - Jan 23 2012 at 2:03am Copy Link
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Jack G Has for me, just set a new one for my 10K run every 2 days and it list it throughout the calendar for infinity. It's a great program and for $6.50 you can't go wrong, I was about to buy another program for $25 the other day before i saw the email that this was coming up, glad I saw it! Though it would be nice to have some of the other stuff, like the option to text me.

If anyone knows how to do this with Rainlendar(if it can be) please let me know! =)
Jan 23 2012 at 2:07am Copy Link
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Tim Parsons Excellent! New customer +1... :)
Jan 23 2012 at 3:26am Copy Link
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Software Guy Rainlendar is the gold standard for desktop calendars. Nearly everyone I know uses the free version and is very happy with it. The pro version allows reading outlook calendar events and data sharing with google calendar. Rainlendar is by far the most popular desktop calendar.
For users with more advanced needs such as SMS or email reminders I might suggest vueminder which was offered earlier on BDJ and is still offered at discount - search for it under the 'all discount promotions' link on the right side of this page.
But if you haven't tried rainlendar yet you might want to at least try the free version. it is lightweight on resources and surely has a skin to complement your desktop.
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J S Dear Kimmo Pekkola,

I must admit, I too - like Bennet and perhaps others, am also concerned about buying this program when it is already at version 2.9x without knowing if version 3 will be a free/discounted/paid in full upgrade or paid upgrade.

It's not price of the program that I'm concerned with but rather not knowing what the policy is at the time of purchase ...
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For example: In one recent Bitsdujour promotion (that I'm currently trying to find) the Vendor literally decided during the day of the promotion - on the strength of questions/comments from Bitsdujour users, that purchasers of the program on that day would would be entitled to a free major upgrade (example v5.x to v6.x) whenever that next upgrade became available.

I'm trying to find the Vendor and program I mentioned, (so that you don't think I just made it up) but it is taking me time to find the example for you as there is a great deal of comments to read, but I believe it was in the last one or two months.
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DrTeeth @ Jack G

Remember what happened to Jim Fixx.
Jan 23 2012 at 6:02am Copy Link
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Jack G @ DrTeeth
Lol, he had a lot of problems before he died though and a predisposition to heart problems. Last physical I had really good results with everything. Great BP and Pulse in high the 40's to low 50's. =)
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J S Following on from my other email I opened a Purchase window

Q1. Why Does a US Dollar purchase through PayPal include 23% VAT? (Value Added Tax) I dont live in Europe (currently I'm in the land down-under) and I have NEVER had to pay VAT or any other Sales Tax on any Bitsdujour pruchase.

"IF" I do make a purchase, PayPal usually issue's the license based on the name on my credit card. But all of my software until know is in a slightly different name to the one on my credit card.

Q2. So once a purchase is made, can I contact Rainlendar dot net and ask for the license to be re-issued in the name of my choice?
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I see there has been no replies from the Vendor in the last 6 hours, so I will also send my comments/questions to Rainlendar dot net.
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Kimmo Pekkola Q1: The payment system I'm using doesn't know if the buyer lives in EU or not so unfortunately everyone needs to pay the sales tax.

Q2: Yes. Just make sure you don't download the license but instead send email to the Rainlendar's support email address and I'll change the name in the license.
Rainy - Jan 23 2012 at 8:52am Copy Link
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Alexander Deliyannis Does Rainlendar Pro work with Linux and if so, will this promotion cover its license? (I see only Mac and Windows mentioned here)
Jan 23 2012 at 9:03am Copy Link
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Kimmo Pekkola Yes. Rainlendar works also on Linux and the license can be used with the Linux version too. You can download the Linux version from Rainlendar's website (http://www.rainlendar.net).
Rainy - Jan 23 2012 at 9:09am Copy Link
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he yong the next version will be 2.1
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Alexander Z I was using the free version way too long. This is the best calendar gadget for a Desktop. I was looking for years for a free substitute, which can fully synchronize Google calendar and tasks, be so nice looking on every desktop theme and work so smooth! Definitely worth its money!

Just one question to developer: Is it possible to disable the error messages, which appear when there is no internet connection? They can get very annoying and force me to close temporarily the calendar.
Jan 23 2012 at 3:31pm Copy Link
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VLM ONLY supports Paypal option, which means no options at all. Would have bought, if there had been more payment options. Suggest that you get another, or at least a second, payment processor.
Jan 23 2012 at 8:37pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ VLM

Paypal allows payment via the standard credit cards without an account.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jan 23 2012 at 8:52pm Copy Link
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VLM Thanks Roger. However, if I wanted to pay electronically, I wouldn't care all that much how I did it. :) I don't generally choose to log purchases in the Great Computer in the Sky by using plastic ... my privacy is more important to me than almost any product or service. So I use postal money orders (prepaid, cash), PayNearMe (prepaid, cash), and the like, when offered.
Jan 23 2012 at 9:25pm Copy Link
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Jack G @ VLM Could use a prepaid visa, don't even have to use your real name for those.
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VLM Thanks for the suggestion, Jack. But these are only private when used in person. Over the Internet, the IP and whatever always can go with the transaction.

Also, every time anyone uses a credit card, new dollars are printed ... just like when the Federal Reserve prints them en masse. Not healthful for humans and other living beings.

Personal privacy and liberty are much more at issue that most people even begin to imagine. But this is OT for this conversation, of course. :)
Jan 24 2012 at 8:04am Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ VLM

Yes, this conversation is best continued elsewhere :)
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