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    Default Zimbra + Evolution + calDAV

    Hi everybody,

    I'm trying to connect Evolution under Ubuntu 9.04 to a Zimbra Server CE 6.0.1. In Zimbra https encryption is enabled.
    When defining a new Calendar in Evolution using the "caldav" protocol with an address like this:


    the existing calendar data are read and displayed correctly. But trying to add a new entry Evolution just sais "Unknown error" after clicking "save" and does not save the entry.

    Thunderbird/Lightning just work fine with caldav.

    Any idea?

    Thx a lot

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    This is exactly the sort of behavior I'm getting on my home instance, which is FOSS. This is working at work, where we have the NE. I think the main difference, though, is that the home setup is a "hosted" domain. It's main configuration is the local network, but my account is in another hosted domain. I thought at first that the problem lie in having "@domain" in my URL, but I can take this out, and Evolution still can _read_ the calendar, but it still can't _write_. Any tips on how I can better configure this so that it will work?

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    Check this thread for my solution:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunkirk View Post
    this link doesnt work..
    i have the same problem here, does anybody know how to fix it?

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