We're running ZCS Network version 4.5.3.
Our linux OS has been correctly patched for DST.
I have a user who is trying to modify some events in her calendar. Specifically, she's trying to assign the events to another of her own calendars.
These events were created before our recent upgrade to version 4.5.3.
When she tries to modify an event in the Zimbra web client, she gets an error message something like this:
Item "5333" does not exist.
msg - no such item: 5333
code - mail.NO_SUCH_ITEM
method - ZmCsfeCommand.prototype.invoke
detail - soap:Sender
data - [object Object]
The item numbers are different for each event she tries to edit.
Does anybody know what's going on here, and how to fix it?
Saint Mary's College
Is there any chance that she's actually trying to move items from someone else's shared calendar into one of her own calendars? That's not supported yet, though it should refuse to let you try it instead of reporting an error.
If that's not it, does shift-reloading the client fix her problem?
If neither apply, please contact your support person...
Are any tags involved? In my install whenever a tag is deleted that has been used the error you describe pops up although its more often a slightly different one documented at http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=15504
Originally Posted by dkarp
It turns out she's attemping to do the reverse: move an event from an owned calendar to a shared (by someone else) calendar.
This behavior is reproducible with multiple accounts. I gather this is part of that same unsupported feature. And we get the same type of error message, not an alert refusing to do it.
Any idea when it will be supported?
This is bug 7129. It's scheduled for the next major release (5.0). You can follow its progress by subscribing to that bug (enter your name in the CC field).