Michael J Rubinsky | 4 Feb 07:19 2016
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Kronolith H5 (4.2.13) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Kronolith
Calendar Application version H5 (4.2.13).

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 http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith.

For upgrading instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/docs/UPGRADING

For detailed installation and configuration instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/docs/INSTALL

The major changes compared to Kronolith version H5 (4.2.12) are:
     * Fix an issue that could cause loss of event properties when editing an
       event from an ActiveSync client.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/edf8f498749905ba0666f81fc5b505f978ad3275/kronolith/docs/CHANGES

Have fun!

The Horde Team.
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Jan Schneider | 2 Feb 13:07 2016
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Kronolith H5 (4.2.12) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Kronolith
Calendar Application version H5 (4.2.12).

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 http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith.

For upgrading instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/docs/UPGRADING

For detailed installation and configuration instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/docs/INSTALL

The major changes compared to Kronolith version H5 (4.2.11) are:
     * Honor preference to confirm deletions in dynamic view.
     * Fixed accidental deletion of events.
     * Fixed week numbers in basic view.
     * Further bugfixes and improvements.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/7f595a3f376e5e5719e438877d530dec9725f113/kronolith/docs/CHANGES

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Chris Fisichella | 6 Jan 01:48 2016

calendar invites cannot be added to my calendar

Hi,

I get a very lengthy error message[1] when I attempt to accept a calendar
invite from someone. Does anyone know how to fix this so I can accept them?

Thanks,
Chris

Links:
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[1]  
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7PHWctZLI6QVEV1M2VYU3hTUFE/view?usp=sharing
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Aaron Paetznick | 3 Dec 15:52 2015

Default calendar not checked on first-time login

New users do not have their default calendar or task lists checked when 
they first login, and therefore their events and tasks are not displayed 
to them without manual intervention. This issue was first reported to me 
by others helping me test. I can replicate the issue by clearing out all 
the prefs from the horde_prefs table for my testing account. E.g.:

mysql> DELETE FROM horde_prefs WHERE pref_uid="testing";

After I do this, and logout and log back in, the default calendar and 
task lists are no longer displayed in Kronolith, and have to be manually 
"checked".

I'm using the latest Horde and Kronolith, which right now are Horde 
5.2.8 and Kronolith 4.2.11.

--Aaron

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Jens Grüntjes | 16 Nov 21:26 2015
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Question regarding sending updates to all attendees when event is copied

Hello list,

someone sends an invitation to several attendees and a colleague of  
mine accepts the invitation so that the event is created in his  
calendar. I have read access to my colleagues calendar and want to  
copy that event into my calendar. When I click on "Save as copy" (hope  
this is the original English message on the button) every attendee  
gets an email from me that the event has changed. This is a bit  
annoying (not as much for me as for the other attendees).

When I change an event in my calendar and I have to change something  
I'm asked if every attendee should be informed about my modifications.  
Do I make a mistake when copying the event so that I did not see a  
checkbox that asked me if I wanted to notify the other attendees or is  
this by design? If the latter applies do you think it's worth filing  
an improvement at bugs.horde.org?

Greetings
Jens

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Giorgio Paolucci | 6 Nov 12:14 2015
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Event modification are not synced to remote device using CALdav if horde cache enabled

Hello everybody,
I have a horde webmail installation 5.2.11 on a clustered debian wheezy
platform.
Horde is installed on a 4 node cluster (2 clusters of 2) and clients are
balanced on a round robin DNS basis; to keep sessions sticky, each node is
configured with an apache reverse proxy that forwards (based on cookie
values) requests to apache2 backend instances listening on non standard
ports on each node. Php caching system APC is installed.

If I enable horde cache (local file system on each node), users who
subscribe calendars through CALdav don't receive updates on their
smartphones, or better:  they receive new events or deletion of events,
but not modifications of existing events made through horde web interface.
Apache logs show that caldav clients sessions are sticky and each smarphone
query always the same node of the cluster.

With horde cache disabled, everything works fine. Any clues to investigate
this issue?

Thank you in advance.
Best regards.
Giorgio
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Samuel Wolf | 31 Oct 13:42 2015
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/usr/bin/kronolith-agenda Horde_Prefs_Scope::serialize() must return a string or NULL

Hi,

does somebody has any idea whats wrong here?

Samuel

root <at> mailserver:~# php5 /usr/bin/kronolith-agenda

====================

Fatal Error:
Horde_Prefs_Scope::serialize() must return a string or NULL
In /usr/share/php/Horde/Prefs/Cache/HordeCache.php on line 62

1. send_agendas() /usr/bin/kronolith-agenda:22
2. Horde_Prefs->getValue() /usr/bin/kronolith-agenda:100
3. Horde_Prefs->_getScope() /usr/share/php/Horde/Prefs.php:250
4. Horde_Prefs->_loadScope() /usr/share/php/Horde/Prefs.php:348
5. Horde_Prefs_Cache_HordeCache->store() /usr/share/php/Horde/Prefs.php:418
6. serialize() /usr/share/php/Horde/Prefs/Cache/HordeCache.php:62

====================
root <at> mailserver:~#

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Michael J Rubinsky | 22 Oct 05:19 2015
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Kronolith H5 (4.2.11) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Kronolith
Calendar Application version H5 (4.2.11).

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 http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith.

For upgrading instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/docs/UPGRADING

For detailed installation and configuration instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/docs/INSTALL

The major changes compared to Kronolith version H5 (4.2.10) are:
     * Fix fatal issue in unit tests related to loading Content object stubs.
     * Fix issue when replacing an event via the API when the attendee list
       changes.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/c63b5bdd97cf5f209740e973fa94b86d5ccbbccf/kronolith/docs/CHANGES

Have fun!

The Horde Team.
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Tim ODriscoll | 12 Oct 13:05 2015
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Email notifications from each meeting attendee when event is created

Dear All,

I'm running Kronolith 4.2.9. I have 4 Outlook 2013 users using a  
CalDAV plugin to sync their calendars and shared calendars into OL  
calendar folders.

If a user creates an event and invites some other users, each one of  
those users will get an email notification ('<user> wishes to make you  
aware of <meeting>') from each one of the attendee's. For example:

User1 creates event, invites User2,User3,User4.
User1 gets an email notification from User2,User3,User4 '<user> wishes  
to make you aware of <meeting>'
User2 gets an email notification from User1,User3,User4 '<user> wishes  
to make you aware of <meeting>'
User3 gets an email notification from User1,User2,User4 '<user> wishes  
to make you aware of <meeting>'
User4 gets an email notification from User1,User2,User3 '<user> wishes  
to make you aware of <meeting>'

There's no 'notification' setting (I can find) in OL2013 - it appears  
to be server-generated.

Am I missing an option for this in the admin pages?

Many thanks,

Tim

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Ferdinand Gruber | 28 Sep 17:50 2015
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Calendar access with Thunderbid Lightning works only via ICS file

With Thunderbird Lighning I only can display my Horde Kronolith calendar 
via an ICS:

ICS:
Using this address I can see my Horde Kronolith calendar in Thunderbird 
Lightning:
https://myserver.xx/horde/rpc.php/kronolith/username/fkDvuFjllQNJI2hBLZh6_A3.ics

CalDAV
Using this address I dont'see anything in Thunderbid Lightning:
https://myserver.xx/horde/rpc.php/kronolith/username/fkDvuFjllQNJI2hBLZh6_A3.ics

In the error console of Thunderbird I get 2 error messages:

    Warning: CalDAV: Fatal Error parsing etags for Kronolith_plain

Quelldatei:
file:///home/username/.thunderbird/w5gv2ckr.default/extensions/%7Be2fda1a4-762b-4020-b5ad-a41df1933103%7D/calendar-js/calDavRequestHandlers.js 

    Line: 177

    Error: NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED: Component returned failure code:
    0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsISAXXMLReader.onDataAvailable]
    Quelldatei: resource://calendar/modules/calUtils.jsm
->
file:///home/username/.thunderbird/w5gv2ckr.default/extensions/%7Be2fda1a4-762b-4020-b5ad-a41df1933103%7D/calendar-js/calDavRequestHandlers.js 

    Line: 168

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Ferdinand Gruber | 23 Sep 11:31 2015
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Re: Thunderbird Lightning does not display Kronolith Calendar

Am 21.09.2015 um 16:52 schrieb Jan Schneider:
>
> Zitat von Ferdinand Gruber <fer.grub <at> yahoo.de>:
>
>> Am 16.09.2015 um 21:42 schrieb Jan Schneider:
>>>
>>> Zitat von Ferdinand Gruber <fer.grub <at> yahoo.de>:
>>>
>>>> Am 16.09.2015 um 20:36 schrieb Jan Schneider:
>>>>>
>>>>> Zitat von Ferdinand Gruber <fer.grub <at> yahoo.de>:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Am 15.09.2015 um 21:41 schrieb Jan Schneider:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Zitat von Ferdinand Gruber <fer.grub <at> yahoo.de>:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I am using Thunderbird 38.2.0with Lightning 4.0.2 as frontend.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> May be after updating horde groupware, anyway, now Lightning 
>>>>>>>> does not display any calendar events.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> In the Thunderbird error console I can see 2 messages:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> CalDAV: Fatal Error parsing etags for MyHordeCalendar
>>>>>>>> NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED: Component returned failure code: 
>>>>>>>> 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsISAXXMLReader.onDataAvailable]
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Any idea?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Can you trace the wire to see what etags are actually sent back?
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