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    Default Appointments disappeared

    Hy people,

    i've got a real blizzare problem (feature bug) on my zimbra account. When i set up a new appointement in my outlook calendar (zimbra connector) it disappear 5-10 seconds later. Not so special at all, usually it will suffice to reinstall the olk connector and configure the zimbra account again for a fresh sync.

    But i encounter the same issue even when i create a new appointement over the zimbra webinterface using my account. oO

    Anyone encountered the same problem yet?

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    To at least check out what's going on in Outlook, you should enable ZCO logging (just logging and http -- not verbose), do a short run where you create an appt and it disappears, then shut down Outlook and post the log.

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    hi fsiegel,

    thanks for responding.

    I've reinstalled and reconfigured the outlook connector. Now everything works fine. appearently outlook overwrites the appointements while doing a send/receive. bizarre but true.

    For now, everything's okay.

    ty, regards.

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