[Synckolab] Synchronization to a shared folder is not working
matthew.underwood at jemmac.com
Fri Oct 14 16:15:13 EDT 2005
Simple change sorts it out for me (well it gets a bit further),
I changed copyToFolder to use 'syncAddressBook.folder' (that was found
earlier), rather than looking the folder object up again.
function copyToFolder (fileName, folderUri)
var fileSpec = Components.classes["@mozilla.org/filespec;1"].
fileSpec.nativePath = fileName;
// at this pont, check the content, we do not write a load of
// bogus messages in the imap folder
// in order to be able to REALLY copy the message setup a
copyservice.CopyFileMessage(fileSpec, syncAddressBook.folder, null,
false, kolabCopyServiceListener, msgWindow);
I was looking at replacing the copyservice lines with,
syncAddressBook.folder.copyFileMessage(fileSpec, null, false, msgWindow,
But this doesn't seem to call the OnStopCopy method in
Now I just need to workout why the phone numbers don't end up in the
Matthew Underwood wrote:
> Hopefully this will match up with the thread of the same name from July
> 25/26. If not, the gist of it was something like this..
> SyncKolab doesn't store contacts to shared folders what the shared
> folder heirarchy contains / as the separator, it seems to be trying to
> use ^ as a separator.
> I get the same problem. I'm using 0.4.18 in TB 1.0.7. My IMAP server is
> MDaemon. I'm trying to synchronize my contacts into 'Public
> Folders/Public Contacts'. But this fails, the IMAP server log shows the
> attempt to write to 'Public Folders^Public Contacts'.
> Whilst hunting around for solutions to this problem I came across the
> file nsImapUrl.cpp which interestingly has an EscapeSlashes method for
> the nsImapUrl. The method escapes a / (slash) character to a ^ (hat)
> character for characters in the folder that aren't part of the hierarchy.
> "Public\Common Folders"\"Public Contacts"
> should become
> Public^Common Folders\Public Contacts
> I'm suspecting that
> var mailFolder =
> on line 526 of synckolab.js isn't working properly to get the
> nsIMsgFolder object as the resource returned sees the slashes in
> folderUri as literal slashes and not heirarchy delimiters. That is, it
> looks like a problem with GetResource(...).
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