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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0005348SOGoWeb Mailpublic2021-09-02 13:12
Reporterbahnkonzept Assigned Tofrancis  
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
Product Version5.0.1 
Fixed in Version5.3.0 
Summary0005348: Invitation send to alias address cannot be accepted nor added to calendar

If an invitation is send to which redirects to the SoGO user, then is not able to accept this invitation nor is there any possibility to add the invitation to the calendar.

Steps To Reproduce
  • as SoGO user with an alias address
  • external user sends invitation to alias address
  • SoGO tries to accept or add the invitation to his calendar
Additional Information


Tagsappointment, calendar, invite


has duplicate 0005361 resolvedfrancis Invitation send to mailing lists cannot be accepted nor added to calendar 




2021-07-01 12:26




2021-07-01 14:45

reporter   ~0015347

Addenum: We would like to have an option to import and (possibly) accept invitations that have reached the recipient via an alias address or similar. Thank you very much.
Or is there still an option to configure this behaviour?



2021-07-06 12:21

administrator   ~0015352

SOGo must known the mail aliases of the users. Make sure your user source fetches the mail aliases. You will likely need to define MailFieldNames (see documentation).



2021-07-09 12:29

reporter   ~0015356

Actually the main use case for us are invitations sent to mailing lists which some of our users are subscribed to. In this case, it is not possible to add them to SOGos source of mail aliases.

In this case, SOGo should at least provide the option to add the event to the calendar (accept / decline / ... buttons aren't necessary). Maybe this should be the case for any .ics attachment like in most other mail tools too?



2021-08-29 18:25

reporter   ~0015427

We have basically the same issue. Using MailFieldNames does not work for SQL based user source except with kind of hacking around it / using non common SQL techniques, or am I wrong?

We would have to build something like a pivot SQL table to have a column for each mail address of a user, right?

| mailfield1 | mailfield2 | mailfield3 |
| | | |



2021-09-02 13:12

administrator   ~0015433


Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2021-07-01 12:26 bahnkonzept New Issue
2021-07-01 12:26 bahnkonzept Tag Attached: appointment
2021-07-01 12:26 bahnkonzept Tag Attached: calendar
2021-07-01 12:26 bahnkonzept Tag Attached: invite
2021-07-01 12:26 bahnkonzept File Added: CleanShot 2021-07-01 at 13.41.57@2x.png
2021-07-01 14:45 bahnkonzept Note Added: 0015347
2021-07-06 12:21 francis Note Added: 0015352
2021-07-09 12:29 bahnkonzept Note Added: 0015356
2021-07-21 09:15 ofd2 Issue cloned: 0005361
2021-07-21 09:15 ofd2 Relationship added has duplicate 0005361
2021-08-29 18:25 mat1010 Note Added: 0015427
2021-09-02 13:12 francis Assigned To => francis
2021-09-02 13:12 francis Status new => resolved
2021-09-02 13:12 francis Resolution open => fixed
2021-09-02 13:12 francis Fixed in Version => 5.3.0
2021-09-02 13:12 francis Note Added: 0015433