Description of problem:
When I fire up evolution, evolution-exchange fails to start. The only server my system connects to (and is configured for) is an exchange server.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start evolution
2. open a terminal, ps aux | grep "exchange"
exchange has not started
running exchange server storage once evolution is up gives me this
(evolution-exchange-storage:3259): libedata-cal-WARNING **: e-data-cal-factory.c:528: cannot register the calendar factory OAFIID:GNOME_Evolution_Exchange_Connector_CalFactory:1.2 (not listed)
Could not register Evolution Exchange backend services.
This probably means another copy of evolution-exchange-storage
is already running.
evolution-exchange-storage is not running.
Please try this:
a) close evolution
b) on console: evolution --force-shutdown
c) kill all the processes returned by: ps -A | grep evo
d) kill bonobo-activation-server: ps -A | grep bonobo
when all these are not running, please run on one console:
In case the same as in comment #1 will be shown, we will try to investigate further.
Tried it - gives exactly the same error
Thanks for the testing. I found it finally, it was a bug in evolution-exchange Makefile.am, fixed within this commit , and is part of 2.27.91, which had been released today. I've some issues building the packages at the moment, but I'll try to build them as soon as possible.