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On 28/07/11 22:14, Patrick Ohly wrote:
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 SyncML.
>> 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
I have a calendar set up under Evolution's CalDAV option, and it's
defined as the default calendar. SyncEvolution syncs it via bluetooth to
a Nokia E63.
The radicale server is then accessible by my laptop over the LAN, and by
Thunderbird/Lightning on the local machine.
I'd be quite happy to use something that syncs directly from the E63 to
the radicale server, except that Thunderbird/Lightning has no Memo/Notes
functionality, while Evolution does.
I hope this makes things a bit clearer.
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