I have Evolution running on two machines. One machine has version 3.24.1 and the other has 3.22.6. 3.24.2 installed versions: evolution 3.24.2-1 evolution-data-server 126.96.36.199 evolution-ews 3.24.2-1
Each has an identical setup with four email accounts.
Version 3.22.6 works perfectly. Version 3.24.2 continually throws errors about the ews calendar backend. It says: "Unable to connect to "Calendar": Backend factory for source "14933893345.3926.16@hostname" and extension "Calendar" cannot be found."
I removed ~/.config/evolution, ~/.local/share/evolution and reloaded the accounts. I have since read that /usr/lib/evolution should also be removed. Doing a search revealed even more /usr directories that contain evolution directories.
Has anyone else run into this problem with the update? Has anyone experience with reinstalling an older version of Evolution? Is this even a problem with the new version? Is there a way to recreate the missing backend factory?
Before I try this again I need to determine the single best course of action. Any help would be greatly appreciated.