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    Default Problems with CalDAV on Snow Leopard

    Hello,

    I am trying to access my calendar with Snow Leopard's iCal. I can read
    it well, but any modification attempt ends with:

    You canít change events or to do items in the "Calendar" calendar.

    Only the calendar administrator and any delegates with permission can make changes to read-only calendars. To make changes to the calendar, contact the calendar administrator.


    This was after upgrade from Tiger. I upgraded the connector to latest
    version from Zimbra Support portal (Zimbra iSync Connector 5.0.18 GA for Mac OS X, version: 5.0.17_GA_2957). I deleted the iCal account and recreated using Zimbra preference pane. No change here.

    I am modifying my own primary calendar, not a shared one, so I definitely should have permissions.

    Juraj.

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    I can't confirm that. Works without any problems here. Snow Leopard, Zimbra 5.0.18 NE server, 5.0.18 iSync connector.

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    Yup. Exact same problem, my primary calendar, could no longer make changes in iCal although using the web interface worked fine. I tried an earlier version of the Connector before upgrading to 5.0.18GA... nothing worked. I ended up restoring back to Leopard using Time Machine. Let me know if you find a fix!

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    Same problem here. I have iCal configured to use CalDAV with our Zimbra server. The strange thing is that I have another "Personal" calendar on the same server, which is not my default calendar, that doesn't have this issue. I can write, delete, and do everything normally. The default / main "Calendar", however, doesn't play nice.

    Client Version: 5.0.9_GA_2533.RHEL5_64
    Client Release: 20080814234009
    Build Date: 20080814-2350
    Last edited by avatarr; 09-02-2009 at 08:56 AM. Reason: Version Info

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    So far I've tried Snow Leopard on one Machine and I had the same experience as iway--no problems.

    I'd suggest having a look in Console on the Mac.

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    I'm also running into this problem. I'm not using the Zimbra connector, just set up a CalDAV account manually. I tried removing and re-creating the account, with no luck. Google Calendar over CalDAV seems to work fine.

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    I had issues with 5.0.15. Upgraded to 5.0.18 seemed to resolve everything. Works great now.

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    Is there a way to tell what version of ZCS is installed from the web client? I'm unfortunately not the admin of the server I'm connecting to, so I can't upgrade it myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by deviantintegral View Post
    Is there a way to tell what version of ZCS is installed from the web client?
    Code:
    $set:get version
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    Quote Originally Posted by avatarr View Post
    Same problem here. I have iCal configured to use CalDAV with our Zimbra server. The strange thing is that I have another "Personal" calendar on the same server, which is not my default calendar, that doesn't have this issue. I can write, delete, and do everything normally. The default / main "Calendar", however, doesn't play nice.
    ditto. using the latest connector and 5.0.16.

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