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    Default problem with caldav and leopard

    I followed the wiki

    CalDAV with Leopard iCal - Zimbra :: Wiki

    to start using caldav on my mac with Leopard (10.5.1).

    In the Zimbra ajax interface I have 4 calenders of my own and I can see another 4 shared calendars. In iCal I do not see any of these calendars. Nothing shows up.

    The system log on my mac shows:

    Jan 27 14:18:51 gavia iCal[373]: Exception in -[CalDAVAccountRefreshQueueableOperation refreshWithExceptionHandling] :: *** -[NSCFDictionary setObject:forKey:]: attempt to insert nil key

    The mailbox.log of Zimbra shows:

    2008-01-27 14:18:51,892 INFO [btpool0-337] [name=peter;aname=peter@igi.nl;ip=xxxxx;ua=DAVKit/2.0 (10.5.1;; wrbt) iCal 3.0.1;] dav - DavServlet operation PROPFIND finished in 155ms

    Any ideas on what is going wrong?

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    Zimbra:

    Release 5.0.1_GA_1902.UBUNTU6 UBUNTU6 NETWORK edition

    iCal:

    3.0.1 (1205)

    I use iCal with an account in the primary domain. I have used to different Macs (same version of iCal) to test this. Same result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurg View Post
    Zimbra:

    Release 5.0.1_GA_1902.UBUNTU6 UBUNTU6 NETWORK edition

    iCal:

    3.0.1 (1205)

    I use iCal with an account in the primary domain. I have used to different Macs (same version of iCal) to test this. Same result.
    Hey Jurg-
    We'll be releasing 5.0.2 soon. Let's try again once it's released.

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    Is this related to a similar problem I'm having here:

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...rd-caldav.html

    I'm pretty much using the same version of everything that jurg is.

    Thanks,
    David

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    5.0.2. does not solve the problem. Should it have?

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    I agree also, although I do have a new error in my osx syslog (I added some CR's to improve how it looks. In the actual log, this is all on 1 line):

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    Feb  2 09:34:07 mankind [0x0-0x389389].com.apple.iCal[38579]: 2008-02-02 09:34:07.268 iCalExternalSync[38867:10b] [ICalExternalSync ]NSException name:NSInvalidArgumentException reason:*** -[NSCFDictionary setObject:forKey:]: attempt to insert nil value (key: url)
    Feb  2 09:34:16 mankind iCal[38579]: CalDAV CalDAVWriteEntityQueueableOperation failed: status 'HTTP/1.1 405 HTTP method PUT is not supported by this URL' request:\n\nBEGIN:VCALENDAR^M\nVERSION:2.0^M
    \nPRODID:-//Apple Inc.//iCal 3.0//EN^M\nCALSCALE:GREGORIAN^M
    \nBEGIN:VTIMEZONE^M
    \nTZID:America/Phoenix^M
    \nBEGIN:DAYLIGHT^M
    \nTZOFFSETFROM:-0700^M
    \nTZOFFSETTO:-0600^M
    \nDTSTART:19670430T020000^M
    \nRDATE:19670430T020000^M
    \nTZNAME:MDT^M
    \nEND:DAYLIGHT^M
    \nBEGIN:STANDARD^M
    \nTZOFFSETFROM:-0700^M
    \nTZOFFSETTO:-0700^M
    \nDTSTART:20001231T170000^M
    \nRDATE:20001231T170000^M
    \nTZNAME:MST^M
    \nEND:STANDARD^M
    \nEND:VTIMEZONE^M
    \nBEGIN:VEVENT^M
    \nSEQUENCE:1^M
    \nTRANSP:OPAQUE^M
    \nUID:5BCE5DC2-5D72-4181-B168-1224784AD1FD^M
    \nDTSTART;TZID=America/Phoenix:20080202T100000^M
    \nDTSTAMP:20080202T163415Z^M
    \nSUMMARY:New Event^M
    \nCREATED:20080202T163415Z^M
    \nDTEND;TZID=America/Phoenix:20080202T110000^M
    \nEND:VEVENT^M
    \nEND:VCALENDAR^M
    \n\n\n... response:\nHTTP/1.1 405 HTTP method PUT is not supported by this URL^M
    \nDate: Sat, 02 Feb 2008 16:34:24 GMT^M
    \nPragma: no-cache^M
    \nContent-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1^M
    \nContent-Length: 1419^M
    \nConnection: close^M
    \n^M
    \n<html>\n<head>\n<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"/>\n<title>Error 405 </title>\n</head>\n<body><h2>HTTP ERROR: 405</h2><pre>HTTP method PUT is not supported by this URL</pre>\n<p>RequestURI=/zimbra/</p><p><i><small><a href="http://jetty.mortbay.org/">Powered by Jetty://</a></small></i></p><br/>  
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                                                    \n<br/>                                                \n<br/>                                                \n\n</body>\n</html>
    I'm not sure if it matters, but I run all zimbra stuff via https, no port 80 here. However, during the upgrade, I did get a complaint of a port conflict with port 80. After the upgrade, I did run:

    Code:
    zmtlsctl http
    and then restarted zimbra.

    This almost makes it seem like the calendar is being published via http and not https?

    David

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    Ah, let me add that I use https only too.

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    Default Experiencing the same problem

    Our server also uses https and, while CalDAV calendars can be viewed/edited in iCal just fine, they don't show up in the iTunes iPhone calendar sync interface. This is a major problem!

    Has anyone found a solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgcassidy View Post
    Our server also uses https and, while CalDAV calendars can be viewed/edited in iCal just fine, they don't show up in the iTunes iPhone calendar sync interface. This is a major problem!

    Has anyone found a solution?
    iTunes and the iPhone don't support CalDav

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