The list that follows are problems reported for Calendar Server 2005Q1 that are fixed in this release:
Problem: Calendar Server utility cscal will not add more than two owners to a calendar at a time, no matter how many are specified in the command.
ITIP message for recurring events is incorrect.
csdb rebuild appends default directories onto end of specified target directory.
search_calprops.wcap should use better LDAP search filter to return correct result.
Usage is incorrect for csclean -g option.
Calendar Server package uses question mark for group ID of top-level directory.
Calendar Server packages use parametric attributes instead of assigned owner.
Linux: Calendar Server files installed by default under /etc/opt/sun/config.
icsStatus is not honored at the domain level.
Calendar Server has private copies of shared components.
DWP daemon fails to start on Solaris x86 platform.
cshttpd crashes when LDAP cache is enabled.
When mail lookup is configured in virtual domain mode, Calendar Server error 29 is thrown. Mail lookup is not supported in virtual domain mode. Use user and group LDAP instead. In the revenue release, mail lookup settings in the ics.conf file are ignored in virtual domain mode.
Confusing error messages when running csrename.
WCAP change: add update as a method, otherwise after a first modification, Outlook gets error on subsequent modifications. Change WCAP version to 3.3.0.
Time zone from system not recognized.
When using virtual domains (hosted domains) in Schema 1, search_calprops.wcap with primaryOwner=1, does not return consistent results.
Problem: Setting service.http.ssl.port.enable=”yes” does not disable the regular HTTP port.
Fix: Documentation. HTTPS will only listen on the SSL Port if “yes” is specified. Both service.http.enable and service.http.ssl.port.enable must be set to “yes” on the back-end servers in order for SSL to work.
Workaround:There is no way to disable HTTP from listening on a port. However, an administrator can change the service.http.port to an undisclosed port number.
csdwpd causes cluster failover after using
Can't login as user on hosted domain.
csuser should not be allowed to use -c option with create.
Problem: csconfigurator.sh input area in GUI is too narrow to see in Japanese locale.
get_freebusy.wcap crashes cshttpd.
Calendar Server crashes with login.wcap request with specific arguments when browser.cache.enable is set to “yes”.
csrename doesn't update the deletelog, leaving orphaned entries in the deletelog.
In silent mode, still prompted to answer questions by
Problem: In virtual domain mode, if maillookup is configured in the ics.conffile, a WCAP error is returned.
Fix: In virtual domain mode, maillookup is ignored in favor of ugldap in the ics.conf file.
cshttpd crashes in getRemovedAttendees .
Saving a recurring event crashes cshttpd.
Fix up notification service. Multiple changes.
Events vanish from attendee calendars if organizer is changed by co-owner.
Possible cshttpd crash when LDAP cache is enabled.
System crash when issuing get_userprefs.wcap.
csadmind crashes in caldb_GetNextAlarmFromQueue.
cshttpd if dtstart is set.
list.wcap, subscribe_users.wcap, and unsubscribe_users.wcap crash
Can't install patch —18 on alternate root.
Daylight savings time for New Zealand starts and ends on wrong day.
cshttpd enters an infinite loop when calling storeevents.wcap from Outlook with a mailto: address
containing a slash (/).
Making an exception with no change in date and time should not cause a doublebooking error.
csadmind crash in UpdateOrganizerPendingStatus.
Incorrect file ownership causing failure to start services.
csstored.pl has an error in the following
line: if ($log_files_count > 1)(). It should be > 2().
Changing recurring to non-recurring events does not work.
csadmind crashes when processing a GSE
entry (internal attendee replying to an external organizer.
csadmind crashes while processing recurring
event but the stack is processing a recurring task (todo).
All-day event missing in week view.
Calendar Server does not return all calendars for user in alias domain.
WCAP should offer the ability not to send notification when meeting details are changed. This was implemented as the smtpNotify parameter added to the storeevents and several delete commands. For further information see What's New in This Release.
When importing a word document into Communications Express,
Problem: Trusted circle SSO fails when authentication filter is configured in calendar.
Basic changes needed to transition from legacy mode to virtual domain mode (hosted domains).
System does not honor local.ldap.cache.cleanup.interval correctly.
Problem: csresource -k option defaults differently depending on if you include it blank or just omit it.
Problem:Incorrect default ACE listed for resources in csresource merge.
Problem: External organizers get one reply per instance for recurring events when the attendee accepts all.
Problem: Import command puts in wrong organizer email address if organizer is external.
Problem: Back-end processor problem in csdwpd causes front-end cshttpd to fail.
Problem: cscal -v list does not work.
Problem: csstored.pl not reporting warnings when there are more than two log files in the live calendar database.
Problem: Secure login parameter does not work.
Fix:Not implemented: Removed service.http.ssl.securelogin parameter from ics.conf file.
Problem: Need a way to turn off local.user.authfilter for proxy authentication.
Fix: New parameter added to WCAP command, login.wcap. The parameter is applyauthfilter. This parameter is described in the WCAP Reference.
Problem: For Linux, Calendar Server will not start after upgrade. Wrong permissions on lib directory after upgrading with a patch.
Workaround: As root, issue the following commands:
chown -R icsuser:icsgroup lock
Problem: Email alarms are turned off when a user first adds comments to an invitation and then responds to it.
Problem: Incorrect copyright year on Calendar Express login page.
Problem: Program termination when attempt to display week view with “exclude sat & sun” setting.
Problem: Pre-patch script uses a method for checking required patches that does not work in Alternate Root.
Problem: Need ability to add X-Tokens to calprops. This is needed to support non-default calendars in the Connector for Microsoft Outlook.
Problem: RRULES being exported for individual instances, resulting in duplicate events.
Problem:Free in cshttpd caused program termination.
Problem: Pre-patch check looking for obsolete patch.