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    Default [SOLVED] iPhone 3.1 Caldav problem


    I have been using iPhone 3.0.1 with Zimbra 5.0.18 without any problems. All calendars from 2 servers are visible, up to date and I could add new an appointment from the phone.

    When I upgraded to 3.1 version, I cannot any more add an appointment to the default calendar (Zimbra Calendar). The default calendar is visible as a calendar, but it it is not visible in the list where you can add an appointment. I can add an appointment to all other calendars I have created,

    It this a bug in iPhone 3.1 or what causes this behaviour ?

    -- Timo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tripple View Post
    It is not the same.

    The server has been same the iPhone has bee updated 3.0.1 -> 3.1.

    Propably the reason why the default calendars do not show up in the list, when adding new appointment, is that these seems to be READ ONLY.
    I cannot change any appointment which are in the default calendar. All calendars I have created in Zimbra I can edit in the iPhone.

    Which one to correct iPhone or Zimbra?

    -- Timo


    I deleted the caldav accounts in iPhone and recreated them. After recreation the all calendars are R/W and working OK.

    -- Timo
    Last edited by meikka; 09-23-2009 at 12:01 AM. Reason: Solved

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