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    Default iCal don't stop collecting data from zimbra

    Using Zimbra 5.0.9, Leopard 10.5.5 and isync-5.0.9_GA_2533 connector.
    We use iCal to collect over CalDAV the Zimbra Calendar.
    Sometimes iCal don't stop collecting data from zimbra. When this happens, the sync. sign on iCal never stops.
    In the Mac Console I found the following messages:

    02.10.08 13:24:09 iCal[1202]
    [CalDAVScheduleEventQueueableOperation performComplete] response = "HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden"err = Error Domain=DAVErrorDomain Code=11 UserInfo=0xe68ccf0 "Der Vorgang konnte nicht abgeschlossen werden. (DAVErrorDomain-Fehler 11.)"

    02.10.08 13:24:09 iCal[1202] *** -[NSCFDictionary setObject:forKey:]: attempt to insert nil value (key: VHostKey)

    The only way to fix this problem is to remove the Account from iCal and reinstall the connector.

    Does someone have a similar problem?
    Any ideas? Suggestions?


    Meanwhile we found the reason for the above problem.
    This problem happens if a user uses iCal to organizes a meeting with invitations. This action forces the above mentioned error message. If I remove the meeting from iCal, the data collection stops.

    At the end of the day we can't organize meetings and invite people with iCal. The only way is to use the webinterface of zimbra.
    This is really a disadvantage for us.

    Last edited by khp; 12-08-2008 at 12:20 PM.

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