ANANT S ATHAVALE | 4 Sep 06:29 2015

Reminders reg.

Dear List,

When a reminder mail comes, it comes comes with a event name and has a  
link too (in the body of the message), something like below followed  
by Date and time, Location and attendees

and when I click on it, nothing happens other than circular rotation  
of some object, as though it is unable to complete something.  What is  
suppose to happen when we click?  Is it suppose to open that event?

      सादर धन्यवाद/ Thanks & Regards
           अनंत / Anant
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Johannes Mock | 2 Sep 17:39 2015

Sync-problem since update to kronolith 4.2.9 and horde 5.2.7


since I updated our horde-server to kronolith 4.2.9 and horde 5.2.7,
thunderbird didn't accept the password for calendar-sync till the
registration. I tried to bind other calendars and tasklist from the
server into thunderbird. I also unsubscribed some of the old calendars
which worked during the last version and rebind them, but nothing works.

Only in the access.log a messege appears: - mockjs [02/Sep/2015:17:34:26 +0200] "PROPFIND
/rpc.php/calendars/mockjs/tasks~7_s4R7Afs-pvnIiSJuZcmw5/ HTTP/1.1" 401
212 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:38.0) Gecko/20100101
Thunderbird/38.2.0 Lightning/4.0.2"

Does somebody have a fix for this problem?


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Simon B | 27 Aug 08:04 2015

Server denied authentication


Twice this week I've received the following errors emailed to me by cron...



Fatal Error:
Server denied authentication.
In /usr/share/php/Horde/Smtp.php on line 433

1. Horde_Alarm->notify() /usr/bin/horde-alarms:25
2. Horde_Alarm_Handler_Mail->notify() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm.php:421
3. Horde_Alarm->notify() /usr/bin/horde-alarms:25
4. Horde_Alarm_Handler_Mail->notify() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm.php:421
5. Horde_Mime_Mail->send() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm/Handler/Mail.php:101
6. Horde_Mime_Part->send() /usr/share/php/Horde/Mime/Mail.php:459
7. Horde_Alarm->notify() /usr/bin/horde-alarms:25
8. Horde_Alarm_Handler_Mail->notify() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm.php:421
9. Horde_Mime_Mail->send() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm/Handler/Mail.php:101
10. Horde_Mime_Part->send() /usr/share/php/Horde/Mime/Mail.php:459
11. Horde_Mail_Transport_Smtphorde->send()
12. Horde_Alarm->notify() /usr/bin/horde-alarms:25
13. Horde_Alarm_Handler_Mail->notify() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm.php:421
14. Horde_Mime_Mail->send() /usr/share/php/Horde/Alarm/Handler/Mail.php:101
15. Horde_Mime_Part->send() /usr/share/php/Horde/Mime/Mail.php:459
16. Horde_Mail_Transport_Smtphorde->send()
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Chris Duncan | 17 Aug 19:59 2015

No UTC time zones?

My Windows machines and my mail client (eM Client) both use UTC time 
zones (UTC -8:00 Pacific in my case). However, the only option I see in 
Horde for my zone is "America/Los Angeles". This time zone is getting 
synced as -7:00 hours. My server host support hasn't been helpful, so 
I'm coming here for help. I'm running Groupware 5.1.1.

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Ob Noxious | 13 Aug 05:18 2015

Horde/Kronolith should support X-Forwarded-Proto or Forwarded


I know, this is not directly a Kronolight matter but I'm only on this list

The framework should support "X-Forwarded-Proto" HTTP header when using
"$conf['use_ssl'] = 2" (auto-detect).

Currently, it does not. I had to force "$conf['use_ssl'] = 1" to make it
work correctly.

Maybe add a "$conf['use_ssl'] = 3" to auto-detect via headers and check
"X-Forwarded-Proto: https"

What do you think?


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Ferdinand Gruber | 3 Aug 15:45 2015

Kronolith does not display calendar data

After updating Linux from openSuse 13.1 to 13.2 on my horde server, 
kronolith does not display any calendar data.

After a while an error message appears:

    Error while communicating with the server

In the apache2 error log I can see:

    PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted
    (tried to allocate 130968 bytes) in
    /usr/share/php5/PEAR/Horde/Date/Recurrence.php on line 485, referer:

Now I increased the limit to 256 MB. I cannot believe, that this should 
be too little. Before the system upgrade in /etc/php5/apache/php.ini the 
memory_limit was set to 128 MB and there was no problem.

Please help.

Greetings from Austria
Ferdinand Gruber


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Michael J Rubinsky | 1 Aug 04:57 2015

Kronolith H5 (4.2.9) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Kronolith
Calendar Application version H5 (4.2.9).

Kronolith is the Horde calendar application. It provides web-based calendars
backed by a SQL database or a Kolab server. Supported features include  
Ajax and
mobile interfaces, CalDAV support, shared calendars, remote calendars,
invitation management (iCalendar/iTip), free/busy management, resource
management, alarms, recurring events, and a sophisticated day/week view which
handles arbitrary numbers of overlapping events. For more information on
Kronolith, visit

For upgrading instructions, please see

For detailed installation and configuration instructions, please see

The major changes compared to Kronolith version H5 (4.2.8) are:
     * Fix detecting duplicate events during API import.
     * Honor the workweek view as the initial login view.
     * Fix allowing deletion of resources for non-admin users.
     * Small bugfixes and improvements.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

Have fun!

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Michael J Rubinsky | 28 Jul 17:00 2015

Re: How To: Delete Resources and Resource Groups?

Quoting andre.5tz <at>

>     GESENDET: Dienstag, 28. Juli 2015 um 15:45 Uhr
> VON: "Michael J Rubinsky" <mrubinsk <at>>
> AN: kronolith <at>
> BETREFF: Re: [kronolith] How To: Delete Resources and Resource Groups?
> Thanks for your answer :-)
>> Click the edit icon (small pencil) next to the resource name in the
>> left side bar to open the property window. Click the 'delete' button.
> I would do it, but there ist no button 'delete', sorry, thats my problem
> :-(
> You can see it in the demo, there ist only the 'cancel'-button. 'Delete'
> and 'edit' are not shown, they are disabled.
> The html:
> <input class="kronolithCalendarDelete
> horde-delete" type="button" value="Löschen" style="display:
> none;" disabled="">

Ah, right. From current stable code, you must be logged on as an  
administrator to be able to delete resources. Looks like there is a  
bug that allows non-administrators to create them.  There is also a  
"resource administrator" permission that is *supposed* to allow a user  
to create/delete but that seems to be broken at the moment. Please  
create a ticket on about this.

In Git (for Kronolith 4.3 or 5.0) this has been totally refactored, to  
use the general permissions interface to assign permissions for  
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andre.5tz | 28 Jul 11:33 2015

How To: Delete Resources and Resource Groups?

i'm new to Horde and this ist my first Time to ask in a mailinlist.
I can't find some information how to delete resources and resource groups.
I habe tested it in the demo ( and on our webhosting.
Create resources ist posible, but how can I delte or edit them?
Best regards.

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Uwe Nestmann | 14 Jul 15:34 2015

rfc 6578 implemented ?


I try to use the “BusyCal” app on Mac OS 10.9.5 (Mavericks) to sync with calendars under Horde v5.2.1.

While the built-in “Calendar” syncs both ways, BusyCal only manages to get its own-written entries
sync’ed to the CalDAV server. Any entries defined using the Horde web interface or other clients are not
seen by BusyCal. Such entries can be made seen by BusyCal via an unsubscribe-resubscribe action, but this
is obviously nothing to do every couple of minutes.

I contacted the BusyCal developers who then replied that they expect to be implemented, as it is supposed to be (much?) more efficient.

This, my question is whether rfc 6578 is already implemented in Kronolith in more recent versions of Horde,
or whether it ever will be. I have checked archives, FAQ, and other web resources, but to no avail.



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Michael Menge | 8 Jul 16:09 2015

Samsung S4 Syncs only new / changed events via Activesync

I have problem report from one of my users where I need some hints to  
debug it.
We use Horde  5.2.5, Horde_ActiveSync 2.28.4, kronolith 4.2.7

He tries to sync his calendar with ActiveSync to his Samsung S4  
(Android 5.0.1)
On his Android he will only see new or changed events, but no events that
existed before he synced for the first time.

He configured his android to sync the all events and not limited to  
the next 7 or 30 days.
Resetting the sync status in horde didn't solve the problem.

Is this a know bug of Samsung S4 (Android 5.0.1)

Which further information is of interest.

I suspect that his client only requests events created/changed since  
the first sync time stamp.
Is there a guide how to read the horde activesync logs, or what to search for?


     Michael Menge

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