It gives the following error:
Unable to open address book.
This address book cannot be opened. This either means that an incorrect URI was entered, or the server is unreachable.
Detailed error message: GDBus.Error:org.gtk.GDBus.UnmappedGError.Quark._ews_2dconnection_2derror_2dquark.Code287: No response: Resource Not Found
My Personal exchange Address book opens fine.
Thanks for a bug report. Which one is this about, the EWS GAL or the MAPI GAL? If it's the EWS, then what does happen if you go to Edit->Preferecens->Mail Account-><ews account>->Edit->Receiving options tab, and you click "Fetch URL", will the OAB URL change in the dialog?
It's EWS unfortunately, I would prefer to use MAPI but it doesn't work out of the office due to no HTTP proxy support as yet.
When I ask it to fetch the URL it fills in the fields, standard mail/contacts work although there doesn't appear to be a calendar, not sure if it's related or not.
EWS' GAL is independent from the other stuff, it is downloaded as the Offline Address Book (OAB), and then users can search it it (currently only search, and only by email, which is sufficient for usual lookups when writing an email, but otherwise...). Anyway, I would try this:
a) disable ews account
b) stop evolution and all its factories (basically: ps ax | grep evolution)
c) remove all ~/.cache/evolution/addressbook/ews* fodlers
d) run addressbook factory with ews debugging, like this:
$ EWS_DEBUG=2 /usr/libexec/evolution-addressbook-factory -w
e) run evolution
f) go to preferences, of the ews account, and fetch URL again (just in case)
g) click OK and enable ews account
h) wait till the initial fetch of folders is done
i) then switch to contacts and select the GAL
j) change search typo to "Email begins with" and search for something
k) check output on the addressbook factory terminal, especially if you still
get an error
On the other hand, maybe this is related to bug #807911
Sorry, I've been away, I'll review and retest soon.
Will we see, in a future release, the address-book "itself"?
(In reply to comment #5)
> Will we see, in a future release, the address-book "itself"?
I'm not sure what you mean, I'm sorry. For example, if I have entered "OAB URL" (which was autocompleted by "Fetch URL" button), then I see global address list entries, when searching with "Email contains" (or composing email). With Exchange 2010 servers I can also fetch GAL for offline usage (this feature (on the Receiving Options tab) didn't work for me with my Exchange 2007 server.
Seems I have similar issue, but instead of GDBus erros I have info that Authentication is Required (but no prompt for password or reuse of existing one from EWS account). If I paste OAB url into web browser then I can view whole XML file (after authentication via webmail).
I've tried to start also EWS_DEBUG=2 /usr/libexec/evolution-addressbook-factory -w, but nothing intrested in output:
[aflinta@0708NOT01371 addressbook]$ EWS_DEBUG=2 /usr/libexec/evolution-addressbook-factory -w
EDataFactory is now online.
Registering EBookBackendGoogleFactory ('google')
Registering EBookBackendLDAPFactory ('ldap')
Registering EBookBackendEwsFactory ('ews')
Registering EBookBackendMapiContactsFactory ('mapi')
Registering EBookBackendMapiGalFactory ('mapigal')
Registering EBookBackendVCFFactory ('vcf')
Registering EBookBackendFileFactory ('local')
Registering EBookBackendWebdavFactory ('webdav')
Server is up and running...
Bus name 'org.gnome.evolution.dataserver.AddressBook3' acquired.
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