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Thread: [SOLVED] Change appointment to shared calendar gives invalid request

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    Default [SOLVED] Change appointment to shared calendar gives invalid request

    Create an appointment in your local calendar (user2), double click and change the "calendar" drop down box to the shared calendar (user1 with full read write access), click save and I get;

    msg: invalid request: Cannot create/modify an appointment/task with organizer set to user1@domain when using account user2@domain
    code: service.INVALID_REQUEST
    method: ModifyAppointmentRequest
    detail: soap:Sender
    trace: com.zimbra.common.service.ServiceEx...

    This happens on my install but a colleague does not get the same error on his installation.

    I am however able to drag the appointment to the shared calendar and it creates a copy. The same happens on tasks.

    F7 5.0.2
    Last edited by Mike Scholes; 02-11-2008 at 03:22 PM.

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    That's a different bug/error message

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    Oops.

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    Has anyone filed a bug for this?

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    For me upgrading to 5.04 fixed the problem, the upgrade was flawless

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