iCal with OS X 10.5.2 sync errors

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iCal with OS X 10.5.2 sync errors

Postby nsmarler » Wed May 28, 2008 6:20 pm

When synching one particular user's calendar into iCal from the ZCS server, the following message pops up:
(null) - May 27 2008 09:30 PM
This item could not be synced because you do not

have the required rights on the folder. To get back in

sync, you will need to do a reset sync.
However, doing a reset sync doesn't resolve the issue.
In the connector logs, we see this coinciding with a presentation of that error dialog:
[Wed May 28 16:14:02 200] 

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soap:Sender





permission denied: private appointment/task cannot be created on behalf of another user







service.PERM_DENIED

btpool0-1122:1212016241747:2e2d6e3be2f0df88









(23049)

[Wed May 28 16:14:02 200] SOAP message error: service.PERM_DENIED:permission denied: private appointment/task cannot be created on behalf of another user (23049)

[Wed May 28 16:14:02 200] [assert] error: (null)

[assert] where: "ZimbraClient.mm", "-[ZimbraClient setAppointment:zid:rev:]", line: 1647

(23049)

[Wed May 28 16:14:02 200] [assert] error: !err

[assert] where: "AppointmentManager.mm", "-[ZimbraAppointmentManager applyChangesToServer:folderModifies:folderDeletes:itemCreates:itemModifies:itemDeletes:]", line: 4178

(23049)

[Wed May 28 16:14:03 200] committing changes (23049)

[Wed May 28 16:14:03 200] finished syncing (23049)

I notice the "PERM_DENIED: permission denied: private appointment/task cannot be created on behalf of another user" line. So, what's the next step in tracking these (null) items down? I don't see calendar events in either the synching user's iCal calendar for that date and time, nor are there any for the user whose calendar in ZCS is being synced.


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