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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002326||SOGo||Backend Calendar||public||2013-05-15 15:52||2014-09-15 13:33|
|Target Version||2.2.9||Fixed in Version||2.2.9|
|Summary||0002326: Some caldav client doesn't set privacy setting a default one could be great|
Some caldav clients, including those from Apple (iphone / ical.app) doesn't create VEVENT with a CLASS.
The event ends up as "public" in SOGo.
It would be great if:
|Steps To Reproduce|
All events created from an iOS or iCal.app haven't any class or privacy level set.
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Can you test with this preference set and see if it behaves correctly?
Defaults to PUBLIC when unset.
You will have to set it for your existing users, either via the preference dialog, or via sogo-tool.
In our configuration we have:
So each user have in his preferences in SOGo Web interface under Calendar Options:
and when creating a new event in SOGo Web interface or in Thunderbird with SOGO-Connector/Integrator the button "Privacy" is set to Confidential (or in Thunderbird to "Show Time and Date only' due to a lightning bug: 649944)
But the problem is with other clients, connecting to SOGo through Caldav, which didn't set the CLASS of the event. For example:
in the VEVENT CLASS:CONFIDENTIAL (or PUBLIC/PRIVATE) is missing.
As a result for this event the corresponding line in the database have c_classification set to 0 (not 1 2 or 3), it is like not set.
As I understand SOGoCalendarEventsDefaultClassification only affect frontend (SOGo web + connector/integrator) but not the backend.
|2013-05-15 15:52||aminet||New Issue|
||Note Added: 0005593|
||Status||new => feedback|
|2013-05-16 13:12||aminet||Note Added: 0005600|
|2014-09-12 15:34||ludovic||Target Version||=> 2.2.9|
|2014-09-15 13:33||ludovic||Note Added: 0007510|
|2014-09-15 13:33||ludovic||Status||feedback => closed|
|2014-09-15 13:33||ludovic||Assigned To||=> ludovic|
|2014-09-15 13:33||ludovic||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2014-09-15 13:33||ludovic||Fixed in Version||=> 2.2.9|