On Sat, 2015-01-03 at 18:13 +0100, Daniel CLEMENT wrote:
Hello, and happy 2015 year to all list members.
Linux Mint Debian, Evolution 3.8.5, SyncEvolution 1.5.
I have noticed that when I sync from Evolution to my phone (Nokia E72),
the calendar item is 1 hour late on the Nokia. But when I sync from the
phone to Evolution, there is no such offset.
I'm puzzled, AFAICT it was not the case before we switched to winter
time. On the phone, as usual, it was automatic, and then I got the
message that "calendar entries had been updated". But I had never seen
this offset the years before.
Evolution is set to "use system time zone", and the phone gets its time
from the GSM network.
TIA for any input about this. Best regards,
Such cases are always hard to diagnose without examples.
It would help to compare the data sent by the phone and data sent by
SyncEvolution. Use loglevel=4 and then check syncevolution-log.html for
"parsing" and "generated" dumps of the event in question.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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