I have Zimbra 6.0.4 running on Debian Lenny. One of my users tried to access his calendars using the method described in CalDAV with Leopard iCal - Zimbra :: Wiki (he's running Snow Leopard).
After entering the domain (without trailing / as described), he get an error dialog saying "the data downloaded from <my zimbra server's URL> isn't valid" (see attached screenshot).
I tried loading <my zimbra server>/principals/users/<his user> (the URL which according to the access logs his iCal loads) in my browser and what came back looks like valid XML, except that there's a bit of text in the form
in front of it. I'm not sure if data sent via CalDAV is supposed to be valid XML but this sure isn't. Also, the shown date (epoch 0) seems a bit strange. Other dates/times throughout the system seem fine though.
Authenticated user: <his user>
Current date: Tue Feb 02 15:45:22 CET 2010
Name: /principals/users/<his user>
Path: /principals/users/<his user>
Date: Thu Jan 01 01:00:00 CET 1970
Owner account name: <his user>
I also tried looking at the jetty access logs and mailbox.log but everything seems fine there.
Any hints on what might be wrong here or how I might go about collecting more useful information about this error?