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Re: [SOGo] SOGo Integrator does not refresh Calendars when Creating Events in thunderbird

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  • From: Ian McMichael < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] SOGo Integrator does not refresh Calendars when Creating Events in thunderbird
  • Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2015 16:53:45 +0100

On 29/04/15 12:50, Tanstaafl wrote:
This was reported in another thread recently (a few weeks ago?)...

I would also consider it a bug - but it works correctly for me. When I
add an event in TB, I see it immediately on my Calendar.

What platform/versions (OS, Thunderbird, SOGo, Integrator, etc)?

I am experiencing this issue on three different SOGo installations at the moment. All are 2.2.17a using the Connector/Integrator 31.0.1 and Thunderbird 31.6.0.

The differences are that I have tried Windows, Mac and Linux as the platform for Thunderbird. I have also tested Lightning 3.3.2 and 3.3.3 in all combinations on all platforms. I can find no conclusive errors in either the SOGo or Thunderbird logs (see my comments on other threads about it).

The problem exhibits itself in two ways. New events in Thunderbird do not appear immediately in the chosen calendar (even though they are written to the SOGo database fine). Existing events cannot be opened/edited (this includes dismissing reminder notifications, which is *really* annoying for users).

The workaround (for everything apart from reminders) is to right-click the calendar you want to edit (or have just added a new event to) and select "Reset Calendar Cache". After a brief delay the new event will appear and/or you will be able to edit an existing entry. Trying a second transaction requires this workaround to be used again or it also fails.

How can I collect any more information to help the developers fix this? Should I open a bug? If so, how would you classify this as I am not even sure where the error exists at the moment?

Thanks in advance,


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