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Re: [SOGo] synchronization with Outlook

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  • From: Steve Scholl < >
  • To: , Clay Wright < >
  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] synchronization with Outlook
  • Date: Thu, 06 May 2010 15:59:47 +0200

Am 06.05.2010 15:52, schrieb Clay Wright:
Steve Scholl wrote:
Hi again,
sorry for bothering you, but now I have a new problem.
I'm able to synchronize, but I don't have all appointments, just a few
of them.
The server is reachable from the webinterface and when I delete every
appointment and every contact in Outlook and make a funambol recovery,
every contact is synchronized fine, but only a few appointments.
This is what I get for Calendar part:

Sync completed successfully!
Sync type: refresh-from-server

| on Client | on Server
New | 4/ 4 | 0/ 0
Updated | 0/ 0 | 0/ 0
Deleted | 0/ 0 | 0/ 0

11:00:08 GMT +1:00 [INFO] - Outlook session closed successfully.
11:00:08 GMT +1:00 [INFO] - Syncronization process completed.
11:00:08 GMT +1:00 [INFO] - Check on server location for update
11:00:08 GMT +1:00 [ERROR] - No response from update server
11:00:08 GMT +1:00 [ERROR] - Client update error - uses the stored
11:00:08 GMT +1:00 [ERROR] - update check failed
11:00:10 GMT +1:00 [INFO] - Exiting from Outlook client.
Hello Steve. I don't think you have to worry about the three ERROR
lines, I see that too and it appears insignificant to the syncs.

(I have 8 appointments in 3 different calendars. Every calendar has a
tag is marked as to be synchronized.)
Any ideas or comments?

One thing that might help for certain types of events is to be sure the
Funambol client is using vCalendar instead of SIF. Set Tools ->
Options... -> (Calendar) Details -> Data Format: vCalendar.

I've seen problems with recurring events and all day events when SIF was
left as the data format.

I tried both, vCalendar and SIF...the same behavior for both of them. :-(
I've no glue what the problem is.

Best regards

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