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Description of problem:
When I am sent an appointment/meeting from an excahnge calendar and
try to accept it to my exchange calendar evolution-connector consumes
all of the memory on my box as well as cpu. I have to kill evolution
and restart it several times.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. accept appointment to an exchange(shared outlook) calendar
Actual Results: Had to kill evolution because it was consuming by box
Expected Results: appointment appears on my excahnge calendar.
Looks like a duplicate of this upstream bug:
Do you have a massively large file here:
If so, would you consider attaching it here, or emailing it to me for
further analysis? (depending on the confidentiality of the data in
Sorry for the delay, I had everything working for about a week and now
it is happening again. I can email you the cache.ics file as well as
forward you the appointments that seem to have caused the latest
problem. It is not large. 17154 Dec 7 09:17 cache.ics
Was wondering if you have found anything?
I am having problems with core 4 as well. We are using exchange 2003. Problems
only seem to be related to the calendar. If I accepts an appointment, try to
change an appointment, or move around in the calendar. Version are below:
Is this still being looked at?
Problem doe snot occur in future Fedora Core releases.
Closing as CURRENTRELEASE.