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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002948||SOGo||Web Calendar||public||2014-10-07 12:43||2020-03-11 16:09|
|Platform||[Server] Linux||OS||Debian||OS Version||7 (Wheezy)|
|Summary||0002948: Exceptions to recurring events inherit unchanged custom properties|
Exception VEVENT blocks should not inherit unchanged custom properties from the master VEVENT block. For example, if a recurring event has had a Thunderbird / Lightning reminder dismissed, it gains an X-MOZ-LASTACK property in the master VEVENT block.
If you then modify a particular instance of the event (e.g. your attendance status), producing an exception VEVENT block, it inherits the X-MOZ-LASTACK property. This doesn't really make sense - that instance has not had a reminder dismissed - and also causes issues in Thunderbird / Lightning.
Unless the custom property is modified as part of the exception, there should be any need to copy it to the exception VEVENT block.
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Unless the custom property is modified as part of the exception, there shouldn't be any need to copy it to the exception VEVENT block.
Bug in Lightning: