[Synckolab] Synckolab Digest, Vol 50, Issue 1
Laurence G. Yaffe
lgy at phys.washington.edu
Mon Apr 20 22:16:35 PDT 2009
I see the same problem, just syncing between different linux
systems. Its far from ideal, but I just started given every
event a start time, even when 'all day' would be more appropriate.
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> Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2009 13:09:01 -0400
> From: Christian Tardif <christian.tardif at servinfo.ca>
> Subject: [Synckolab] Sync problem with two clients
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> I'm using SyncKolab (1.02) on both Windows and Linux. What I do is keep
> my Windows and Linux Thunderbird clients in sync for Calendar and
> Contacts. With contacts, I have no problems. But with Calendar, this is
> a different story.
> It seems that Events with the "All Day" feature enabled (thus, no start
> nor end time) get mis-read at sync time. For example, I put an event for
> april 25th on the Linux side. Then, I sync the Linux client. Then, I
> sync the Windows client. If, now, I check in the calendar on the Windows
> client, the event is now at april 24th. Syncing again Windows, then
> Linux, I will be able to see that, on the Linux side, the event os now
> at april 23rd. And so on.
> It does not seem to occur for events with date AND time.
> What can I do to fix this issue? This is more than annoying. This is a
> real problem for my daily duties.
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