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#0 sync_created_items at camel-ews-folder.c:1356
#1 ews_refresh_info_sync at camel-ews-folder.c:1546
#2 camel_folder_refresh_info_sync at camel-folder.c:4209
#3 folder_refresh_info_thread at camel-folder.c:1465
#4 run_in_thread at gsimpleasyncresult.c:871
#5 io_job_thread at gioscheduler.c:89
#6 g_task_thread_pool_thread at gtask.c:1245
#8 g_thread_proxy at gthread.c:798
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Thanks for a bug report. I see from the backtrace where and why the evolution-ews crashed, but I do not see the actual reason of it. The var_log_messages suggest that you've lost a connection while the EWS account was updating itself. Could that be the reason/circumstance, which caused the crash, please? I can easily workaround the actual crash by adding safety checks to the code, but it can cause other side effects, thus I'd rather know the crash reason first. Ideally if you would be able to reproduce it, to give some clues what was happening there.
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