Description of problem:
When an appointment is created in Evolution, it isn't displayed in Oulook or OWA, but is visible from other Evolution instances. The converse also holds true.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
most of the time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an appointment in Evolution
2. Try to view in Outlook or OWA
- or -
1. Create an appointment in Outlook or OWA
2. Try to view in Evolution
Appointment isn't visible (most of the time)
Appointment should be visible
Seems to similar to these bugs:
with a major exception of "slow to show up is up" is actually "never shows up".
That is, if i add an appointment in Evolution (on my workstation), then open up my laptop (also running F13), and fire up Evolution the appointment I just added on my workstation shows up on my laptop. So Evolution is talking to Exchange. However, the appointment isn't showing up in Outlook, and it isn't showing up in OWA, and it isn't showing up on my blackberry (connected to Exchange via a BES).
Some calendar events do show up, however. I haven't figured out a common denominator between those that do and those that don't.
Exchange Server is 2007
Also, with regard to the second Gnome bug report I listed above: I wanted to clarify that this issue doesn't play favorites with recurring versus non recurring reports, so this comment:
about the second being the opposite of the first, isn't entirely accurate.
I just wanted to point out the similarities and the differences in the event that this bug is pushed upstream.
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