Hello all,

This is my first post, so sorry if this is answered somewhere, I've tried a search with no success. I found a user reporting the same issue, but no response yet:
http://www.zimbra.com/forums/error-r...-calendar.html

We've been using SucarCRM for a while, and the sales team uses the calendar frequently. We installed the very useful "Sugar iCal patch", which exports Sugar calendars using the iCalendar (ics) protocol. This enabled us to see the calendars in Thunderbird (using Sunbird) and in Apple's iCal application.

Since we moved to Sugar recently, users started subscribing their calendars to Sugar's. Every time a user subscribes to a calendar such as: http://SUGARHOST/sugar/ical_server.p...=USER&key=PASS

he/she receives this message at the Sugar Webclient interface:

"Appointments could not be retrieved. Make sure the following URL is a valid ICAL feed: http://SUGARHOST/sugar/ical_server.php?type=ics&user_name=USER&key=PASS"

The logs at /opt/zimbra/logs/mailbox.log show:

2009-07-27 17:58:20,316 INFO [btpool0-24] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] soap - CreateFolderRequest
2009-07-27 17:58:20,316 INFO [btpool0-24] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] mailop - adding folder SugarCRM: id=23516, parentId=1.
2009-07-27 17:58:20,333 INFO [btpool0-25] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] soap - NoOpRequest
2009-07-27 17:58:20,360 INFO [btpool0-25] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] soap - BatchRequest
2009-07-27 17:58:20,360 INFO [btpool0-25] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] soap - (batch) GetMiniCalRequest
2009-07-27 17:58:20,773 INFO [btpool0-24] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] mailbox - deleting folder /SugarCRM, id=23516
2009-07-27 17:58:20,776 INFO [btpool0-24] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] mailop - Deleting Folder SugarCRM (id=23516).
2009-07-27 17:58:20,779 INFO [btpool0-24] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] SoapEngine - handler exception
com.zimbra.common.service.ServiceException: parse error: Unable to parse iCalendar data: Invalid date/time specified: 20090319 18:00:00
ExceptionId:btpool0-24:1248728300773:f98884061596f449
Code:service.PARSE_ERROR
at com.zimbra.common.service.ServiceException.PARSE_E RROR(ServiceException.java:271)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.calendar.Invite.createFromCa lendar(Invite.java:1909)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.calendar.Invite.createFromCa lendar(Invite.java:1615)

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Caused by: java.text.ParseException: Invalid date/time specified: 20090319 18:00:00
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.calendar.ParsedDateTime.pars e(ParsedDateTime.java:171)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.calendar.ParsedDateTime.pars e(ParsedDateTime.java:78)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.calendar.ParsedDateTime.pars e(ParsedDateTime.java:187)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.calendar.Invite.createFromCa lendar(Invite.java:1711)
... 37 more
2009-07-27 17:58:20,780 INFO [btpool0-25] [name=celso.webber@webbertek.com.br;mid=8;ip=172.31 .2.68;ua=ZimbraWebClient - FF3.0 (Win)/5.0.14_GA_2850.RHEL5_64;] SoapEngine - handler exception
com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.MailServiceException$NoSuchI temException: no such folder id: 23516
ExceptionId:btpool0-25:1248728300780:f98884061596f449
Code:mail.NO_SUCH_FOLDER ArgitemId, IID, "23516")
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.MailServiceException.NO_SUCH _FOLDER(MailServiceException.java:180)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.MailItem.noSuchItem(MailItem .java:1167)
at com.zimbra.cs.mailbox.Mailbox.getItemById(Mailbox. java:2004)

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Could someone check what is wrong with the date format?

Thank you all,

Celso.