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Cheers, Evan. The key word to look for in these logs is BufferTooSmallException. GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure Read the details of the update here, and get the rollup here.

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And, Calender, I don't see any meetings/events. All updated - but now no matter what combination of server /username i try i can't get it to authenticate. Maybe importing the PST helps evolution run more smoothly? still working on GAL and calendars though.

I can't read many HTML formatted messages, and there are no images in messages. "Load images" does not. Microsoft Exchange will not try to redeliver this message for you. I will decide based on the findings from comment #4. User possibly has no store.

Of course, this option does not apply if you are dependent on Unicode PSTs or the MAPI<->MIME conversion API. Lot's of bugs in the software though, so I'm sticking to using Outlook over Citrix for now. When I reviewed an email I sent in the Outbox, I found that it was presented in Japanese. (I typed it in English). Some day I guess it will magically start working claytonMarch 21st, 2009, 04:48 AMSame here.

Might be either MAPI's ldb file (~/.local/share/evolution) or any folders.db file under ~/.local/share/evolution/mail. and evolution keeps asking to provide the password. e_mapi_util_filetime_to_time_t (last_modified) : 0; return loi_data->cb (conn, mem_ctx, &lod, row_index, rows_total, loi_data->user_data, cancellable, perror); } static void gather_mapi_SRestriction_named_ids (struct mapi_SRestriction *restriction, EResolveNamedIDsData **named_ids_list, guint *named_ids_len) { guint i; g_return_if_fail (restriction != So i installed the plugin from the repo, started evolution and setup my account.

This change, being more picky about how Exchange 2010 will accept packed rops, is the second change leading to random MAPI_E_CALL_FAILED results. HELP! 12-02-2010,12:19 PM #5 smurf View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Jan 2010 Posts 23 Re: Unknown MAPI Error: MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND Problem solved: Code: zarafa-admin --create-store username brianbourke75March 26th, 2009, 02:50 PMI am having the same issues as posts above. sent emails in the Outbox do not show to whom they were sent. 2.

Are you (or do you know) a C++ expert, a JavaScript specialist or a testing guru? mr_raiderApril 27th, 2009, 09:15 PMI've been able to connect to my exchange 2007 server without using the Mapi plugin, just standard MS Exchange account config. What if you have multiple (single threaded) processes that are concurrently calling GetProps or CopyTo etc? I don't think these are public folders, I think its looking at every folder on the server.

Greetings, Robin Zarafa IRC chat: irc.freenode.com > #zarafa Zarafa documentation: http://www.zarafa.com/content/documentation Zarafa Community webpage: http://community.zarafa.com Reply With Quote 14-05-2010,09:00 AM #3 sverre View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join I only get the limited interface. folders.db file is a summary for an account. I've tried removing it from the gnome keyring to no avail.

The GAL still suffer from the same bug: when sending to multiple people @ different domains the mail will remains in the outbox. I've been waiting for this for 18 months hoping Karmic would solve these problems. Missing lots of message bodies and/or chunks of messages that are blank. Here are a couple of examples of the log entry you need to look for: 2011-03-17T08:23:58.188Z,2,8548,/o=org/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=User,, customerapp.exe,14.0.4760.1000,Classic,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,,1149 (rpc::BufferTooSmall),00:00:00,, RpcDispatch: [BufferTooSmallException] Une exception de type ‘Microsoft.Exchange.RpcClientAccess.BufferTooSmallException' a été levée.

Contrary to previous attempts, account creation worked this time, yay! It turned out it not only lined up perfectly, but the customer was able to apply the same troubleshooting to other sites experiencing issues they though were unconnected and confirmed the Perhaps it's openchange which is holding things up, but exchange compatibility (mail, calender, contacts, everything GAL based) is a lynch pin for most major companies porting their desktops to Linux. The amount of testing we can do for a hotfix does not reduce this risk enough for us to be comfortable approaching this as a hotfix.

Very frustrating! So while we don’t have a fix for this yet, at least we can determine when the problem is happening and stop troubleshooting. Subscribing... If you look at the evolution-mapi bugs reported, they seem to all be graded very low on the urgency scale.

Depends on whether you call being able to check mail/contacts/calendar as "basic functionality" of evolution, and then whether that functionality is then a requirement across all mail/groupware protocols it supports. HDaveJanuary 20th, 2010, 10:53 PMThe openchange group that created the mapi library is working off of the publicly documented web services API from Microsoft, so no excuses there. Now i'm praying the lord for a decent GAL support [-o< Turn back! However, don’t ask me if or when SP2 is expected.

And when they fail, since MAPI doesn’t have a targeted error code to match ecBufferTooSmall, everybody gets the default error of MAPI_E_CALL_FAILED. thanks! succeeded libexchangemapi-Message: exchange-mapi-connection.c:146: exchange_mapi_connection_close: lock(connect_lock) Plus: I just upgraded to gnome 2.6 and everything is the latest available version. This is your best long term resolution, and also the one with the highest development cost.