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Hi guys, i dont know if this is the right place for me to post this question but I have a wordpress plugin thats supposed to sundicate with my other rss feeds and bring them to my new website. I own a bunch of websites and i am using their rss feeds to populate my newer site. Now whenever I try to run the sundicator, it shows me this error:

NXS_XMLRPC_Client Object
(
    [server] => www.livejournal.com
    [port] => 80
    [path] => /interface/xmlrpc
    [useragent] => The Incutio XML-RPC PHP Library
    [response] => 
    [message] => NXS_XMLRPC_Message Object
        (
            [message] => 
            [messageType] => fault
            [faultCode] => 316
            [faultString] => Client error:  Poster is read-only and cannot post entries.
            [methodName] => 
            [params] => Array
                (
                    [0] => Array
                        (
                            [faultString] => Client error:  Poster is read-only and cannot post entries.
                            [faultCode] => 316
                        )

                )

            [_arraystructs] => Array
                (
                )

            [_arraystructstypes] => Array
                (
                )

            [_currentStructName] => Array
                (
                )

            [_param] => 
            [_value] => 
            [_currentTag] => 
            [_currentTagContents] => 
            [_parser] => Resource id #1502
            [currentTag] => int
        )

    [debug] => 
    [timeout] => 25
    [error] => NXS_XMLRPC_Error Object
        (
            [code] => 316
            [message] => Client error:  Poster is read-only and cannot post entries.
        )

)

I have no idea what this is. The source code of the plugin is encoded with ionCube... I tried checking out the code but it was a bunch of nonsense. So please help me out!
Thanks in advance to everyone who tried to help me! :)

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