[Synckolab] [Citadel Support] SyncKolab Calendar syncing problems
henne.gwath at gmx.de
Mon Jun 11 14:13:16 PDT 2012
I send this mail both to the mailing-lists of citadel and synckolab.
I got a workaround for my earlier problem, but it's ugly:
You can sync calendar items both ways if you DO NOT use whitespaces in
the titles of the events. A sync with synckolab will locally delete all
events that contain whitespaces in their title/summary. The sync will
not delete "whitespaced" events from the citadel-server.
Do you experience the same issues, so I should create a bug-report on this?
PS: I run citadel 8.11, thunderbird 11/12/13 and synckolab 2.0.1 and
nightly with fitting lightning 1.3/1.4/1.5. It seems to be a very basic
and general problem.
On 11.06.2012 22:51, hh wrote:
> I refer to this thread because I recently ran in the same problem. I have tried
> various combinations of versions of thunderbird/synckolab/lightning but it won't
> If I add a new date to my local calendar it will be synced as something like
> 4 - New event:
> From: henning at hollermann.eu
> To: synckolab at no.tld
> *Subject: iCal d9f94127-bde0-4b81-914f-1e360cd870a3*
> Date: Mon, 11 June 2012 22:30:04 +0200
> Content-Type: text/calendar;
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
> User-Agent: SyncKolab 2.0.1
> PRODID:-//Mozilla.org/NONSGML Mozilla Calendar V1.1//EN
> SUMMARY:Test from Lightning
> to the citadel-server. On a second sync synckolab complaints about a invalid
> subject (it appears to be something like *Subject:
> =?UTF-8?B?TmV1ZXIgVGVybWlu?=*) of the date in the imap-folder like:
> 72 - Message Test from Lightning (dateInSeconds: 1339448400) has flags: 129
> flag imap_deleted? 0
> Message 'Test from Lightning' has an invalid subject!
> and consequently the date is apparently deleted by synckolab and NOT written
> anew in my local calendar:
> 1 - nextUpdate assumes 'delete on server', better don't write
> Is the subject-thing due to the citadel-server or a synckolab-made thing?
> Because the log of the first sync says that it is synced with a non-cryptic
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