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    Default Adjusting Sync Schedule in Account Setup

    I have Zimbra Desktop up and running but decided to change the sync period from 15 to 5 minutes. Did this within Account Set-up but when I "Test and Save Settings" I get the following error:
    In order to use calendar sync, you must upgrade your Yahoo! Calendar Classic to the all-new Yahoo! Calendar service.

    Why is this? I am using the all-new calendar and it is syncing just fine. I just want to change the sync periodicity.

    I am using Ymail free on a fully updated Mac Leopard install.

    Thanks
    Colin

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    the calendar server may be temporarily experiencing some issues. have you tried it more than once?

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    Just tried it again and it is still doing the the thing, even though it is syncing ok. What a strange application this is:-)

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    So you are sure that your yahoo calendar sync is working? We do revalidate all account info by doing an authentication with remote servers when you update anything in account setup, so I'm not too surprised that you encounter a faillure with the calendar server when you update the sync schedule. What surprises me is that otherwise your yahoo calendar sync works.

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    It is syncing. I just put an entry in Zimbra Desktop and it shows in iCal. I deleted it from iCal and it was removed from Zimbra.

    To sync inside the 15 mins I have to click on "Send & Receive" in Mail. The "Refresh" button on Calendar does not seem to do much.

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    Then there's definitely a bug somewhere.

    Could you open <install>/conf/log4j.properties file and add a line as follows:

    log4j.logger.zimbra.dav=DEBUG

    Save and restart desktop server. Then try doing it again, and we should get some caldav specific debug trace into <install>/log/zdesktop.log.

    Thanks!

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    This is the log:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

    <
    <C:calendar-home-set xmlns:C="urn:ietfarams:xml:ns:caldav"/>
    </Drop>
    </Dropfind>

    2008-12-19 15:22:55,631 DEBUG [btpool0-6] [ds=Yahoo;] dav - WebDAV request (depth=zero): /principals/users/grantcolin
    2008-12-19 15:22:56,585 DEBUG [btpool0-6] [ds=Yahoo;] dav - WebDAV response:
    <HTML>
    <HEAD>
    <TITLE>Could Not Connect</TITLE>
    </HEAD>

    <BODY BGCOLOR="white" FGCOLOR="black">
    <H1>Could Not Connect</H1>
    <HR>

    <FONT FACE="Helvetica,Arial"><B>
    Description: Could not connect to the server "<EM>caldav.calendar.yahoo.com</EM>".

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    OK, could you please file a bug with all the information? Thanks!

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    Bug report duly filed!

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    Do you have the bug number?

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