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|0004577||SOGo||Backend Calendar||public||2018-10-22 23:35||2018-11-13 10:58|
|Summary||0004577: freebusy information is always empty|
Since (I suspect) upgrading to SOGo 3.x, we have apparently lost the ability to see freebusy information for any user.
Users that have enabled the "add to freebusy" option in their calendar will see an empty ifb.
|Steps To Reproduce|
The ifb file contains the following:
This install is using the Debian packages for SOGo 4.0.3, as provided by the Debian project.
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Try the nightly build and report your findings.
I purged all of the Debian packages and installed the sogo nightlies instead.
I have downgraded to 4.0.2 and the user reports success again, so at least I know the issue is related to 4.0.3.
Try with 4.0.4 that was released yesterday. Thanks.
Using https://test.sogo.company.com/SOGoemail@example.com/freebusy.ifb, I still get the same:
Should this url be showing the freebusy info until the 31st of this month or am I expecting something that is not to be expected?
Sorry, I forgot to mention this was after upgrading to 188.8.131.5281024-1 as the ifb advertises.
Ludovic, can you reproduce this in your instances? I see the JSON urls work as expected, but not the bare .ifb which is what Evolution expects.
Still seeing this here.
The period covered by the freebusy.ifb is defined by the domain default parameter SOGoFreeBusyDefaultInterval. By default it is set as follow:
SOGoFreeBusyDefaultInterval = ( 7, 7 );
Which means that the period will cover 7 days prior to today and 7 days following today.
What is the result of:
sogo-tool manage-acl get firstname.lastname@example.org Calendar/personal ALL
sogo-tool manage-acl get jordi Calendar/personal ALL results in no output.
Same for the user that prompted this bug report.
Other users do have some output, but in all cases the ifb file is empty. Examples:
root@turkeyburger:~# sogo-tool manage-acl get user1 Calendar/personal ALL
Am I doing anything wrong here?
The default interval should be OK for our use case.
|2018-10-22 23:35||jordi||New Issue|
|2018-10-22 23:47||ludovic||Note Added: 0013123|
|2018-10-24 00:42||jordi||Note Added: 0013135|
|2018-10-24 09:15||jordi||Note Added: 0013136|
|2018-10-24 11:15||ludovic||Note Added: 0013137|
|2018-10-24 21:15||jordi||Note Added: 0013139|
|2018-10-24 21:20||jordi||Note Added: 0013140|
|2018-11-10 00:52||jordi||Note Added: 0013167|
|2018-11-12 16:51||francis||Note Added: 0013168|
|2018-11-12 16:55||francis||Note Added: 0013169|
|2018-11-13 10:58||jordi||Note Added: 0013173|