Evolution EWS calender edit issue

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Evolution EWS calender edit issue

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Hello,

I have been using evolution with EWS for over a year now and really like the EWS integration so I can get my MS exchange work email. I use Evo 3.21.1-2 with EWS 3.21.1-1. One issue I am having is that, I am unable to edit a EWS calender event that I create. When I double click on the event to edit, there is a red banner that says " Event cannot be fully edited, because you are not the organizer". Any tips for troubleshooting is much appreciated.

Thank you very much for continuing to develop Evolution/EWS.

Regards,
Jimmy

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Re: Evolution EWS calender edit issue

Andre Klapper
On Fri, 2019-05-24 at 09:14 -0500, Jimmy G via evolution-list wrote:
> I use Evo 3.21.1-2 with EWS 3.21.1-1.

Why do you use an unstable development version (3.21.x) which has never
been meant for production and is several years old?

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Re: Evolution EWS calender edit issue

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I apologize...it was a typo...I actually use 3.32.1-2; EWS 3.32.1-1

Jimmy

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From: Andre Klapper <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [Evolution] Evolution EWS calender edit issue
Date: Fri, 24 May 2019 17:52:42 +0200

On Fri, 2019-05-24 at 09:14 -0500, Jimmy G via evolution-list wrote:
I use Evo 3.21.1-2 with EWS 3.21.1-1.

Why do you use an unstable development version (3.21.x) which has never
been meant for production and is several years old?

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Re: Evolution EWS calender edit issue

Karl Leo
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Dear Jimmy,
I had exactly this issue with Evolution 3.28.5 using the groupware SOGo. The
cause was that I had used two different email identities on the mail server
and had configured Evolution mail with one of them, while the calender part
used the other. I remedied the problem by using only one email identity both
in writing appointments and in the email configuration of Evolution. Hope
this helps.
Regards
Karl



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Re: Evolution EWS calender edit issue

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Hello Karl,

Thank you. I just tested it and it seems to work. Thank you very much for sharing the fix.

Regards,
Jimmy

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From: Karl Leo <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [Evolution] Evolution EWS calender edit issue
Date: Fri, 24 May 2019 11:17:44 -0500 (CDT)

Dear Jimmy,
I had exactly this issue with Evolution 3.28.5 using the groupware SOGo. The
cause was that I had used two different email identities on the mail server
and had configured Evolution mail with one of them, while the calender part
used the other. I remedied the problem by using only one email identity both
in writing appointments and in the email configuration of Evolution. Hope
this helps.
Regards
Karl



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