On 13/07/12 19:28, Patrick Ohly wrote:
On Fri, 2012-07-13 at 19:12 +1200, Jane Atkinson wrote:
> On 13/07/12 18:12, Patrick Ohly wrote:
>> On Fri, 2012-07-13 at 09:43 +1200, Jane Atkinson wrote:
>>> A couple of days ago, I added a new contact on my E63 phone. I don't
>>> know the person's email address or mobile number, so I entered the
>>> landline number and I used the address property to add a street address
>>> - which is the detail I specifically wanted to record in this case.
>>> After I'd synced the phone, I noticed that the new contact had synced to
>>> the server (and then to the other phone). The name and landline number
>>> had transferred but not the address details.
>>> Is this expected behaviour?
>> Not at all. Can you create a test contact and sync it with
>> "syncevolution --run loglevel=4 <config name>"?
>> The resulting syncevolution-log.html will have detailed information
>> about the incoming contact and how it is passed on to the WebDAV side.
>> Can you cut-and-paste that part here or send me the log file?
> The logfile has been send to your other email address.
Thanks. The relevant part is this:
[2012-07-13 19:02:13.352] 'Item_Parse' - parsing SyncML item,
RemoteID=69 [--][++] [->end] [->enclosing]
* [2012-07-13 19:02:13.352] Created new item of datatype
'vCard21', localID='' remoteID='69'
* [2012-07-13 19:02:13.352] Parsing:
* [2012-07-13 19:02:13.352]
The phone doesn't send the address information. *Why* it doesn't include
that information is unclear.
Has this ever worked before with this phone? Does sending address
information to the phone work? Does it offer a UI to enter street, city,
etc. separately or all bunched together in one, multi-line text field?
The E63, and also the 6120c, has three options for address. One is a
generic "Address", with sub-fields for street, city, post/zip code etc.
The other two are specific "Work address" and "Home address",
with sub-fields. The generic version is the one that doesn't work - the
other two propagate successfully, in both directions.
Sounds to me like a Nokia quirk and nothing really to do with syncevolution.