Regarding Sendy, can you let us know what's not working? Any details of the issue would help us narrow down the cause and provide a solution.
As for the issue with Google, that's not one we've heard of before. HTTP/2 protocol is a default capability on many servers now, but it's possible there's a configuration issue on yours that's causing problems. An easy way to likely fix this is by telling cURL (the PHP functionality that makes requests to other websites) to use the older protocol version.
To do that, please edit the following file:
Around line 44, you'll see:
Thanks for the info. I'll see if the error is happening with every registration. With Sendy, no user is created in Sendy when a Joomla user is created. I also tested the module, and it does not connect either when you type an email address and click "Sign Up". You can use my site to test troubleshoot it if you'd like. Although the site is live, it is not really launched and it's still a work in progress for me. I can give you admin access to the site and sendy if you'd like to poke around. Sendy is working correctly if I embed their signup code on my site. I just updated Sendy yesterday.
We're conflating 2 issues here, which is a bit confusing to know which problems we're talking about. If you would post any details about Sendy in the
, that would be appreciated.
I'm unsure if you're still having issues with JFBConnect. Can you let us know if you were able to implement the code change above and, if so, if there was any difference in the error you were receiving?
If you would like to send admin credentials, we'll gladly take a look. However, we can't easily make that code change on your site, so we'd really like to know if the update above resolves things or not.
You can use the Contact Us button at the top of the page to send an email with admin credentials.
Last note on Sendy - We do plan to update it to support Joomla 4 and don't expect that to be overly difficult. However, for now we're firmly focused on any issues with JFBConnect as Sendy is free.