On Do, 2011-07-28 at 21:07 +1200, Jane Atkinson wrote:
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On 26/07/11 04:16, Patrick Ohly wrote:
> Accessing a CalDAV calendar via Evolution Data Server as you do on
> the desktop is not tested in SyncEvolution. The other thread was
> about using SyncEvolution's own CalDAV backend in the context of
> You can get around the error that you experienced by setting the
> databaseUsername/Password properties for the "calendar" source.
> Whether it works is a different question. As I said, untested, your
> mileage may vary.
I've been running radicale caldav server on my desktop machine which I
sync via evolution, using syncevolution 1.1.1 on Ubuntu Lucid. This
setup allows me to use Lightning, which is my preferred calendar
software, on both desktop and laptop over the LAN.
This is currently running very nicely, but is it likely to break in
future versions of syncevolution?
I don't intend to break any existing functionality. Can you say more
about your setup so that I don't accidentally break it?
It is not obvious to me how you are using SyncEvolution. Is it as
man-in-the-middle between two radicale caldav servers, accessed via
SyncEvolution Evolution Calendar backend + Evolution Data Server CalDAV
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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