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Id: 102209
Status: open
Priority: 0/
Queue: WebService-Google-Voice-SendSMS

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Owner: cjm [...] cpan.org
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Severity: Critical
Broken in: 1.001
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Subject: Unable to find _rnr_se in response
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It seems that within the past few days Google made some change that broke WebService::Google::Voice::SendSMS. When trying to send a SMS, you get the error "SendSMS: Unable to find _rnr_se in response". This is the cross-site request forgery token that's necessary to make any request. Unfortunately, I haven't yet figured out a new way to extract that token. Until someone can, WebService::Google::Voice::SendSMS will not be usable. If anybody wants to investigate this, you can uncomment the "use Smart::Comments" line near the top of SendSMS.pm. That will dump all HTTP requests & responses it makes & receives to stderr.
Apparently, it was a temporary glitch on Google's end. Everything seems to be working fine now.
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And it's broken again. I'm also unable to send a SMS from my browser using the mobile version of the Google Voice website (which is what SendSMS uses).


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