I need to check this when I have more time.On Wed, 2013-05-08 at 02:35 -0300, Juan Antonio Zuloaga Mellino wrote:
> Google carddav stopped working, but there was no announcement.
> The only reference I could find was this thread:
> I used to connect with this configuration:
> syncevolution --keyring=no --configure \
> username=<user>@gmail.com \
> password=<password> \
> addressbook/backend=carddav \
> target-config@webdav \
> It fails with:
> [INFO] addressbook: backend failed: error code from SyncEvolution object
> not found (remote, status 404): PROPFIND: Neon error code 1: 404 Not
> [ERROR] error code from SyncEvolution object not found (remote, status
> 404): PROPFIND: Neon error code 1: 404 Not Found
> Lack of complains indicates that iPod/Pad/Phone and windows phone
> sync still works.
> So it might be true that google started whitelisting the server.
> Can anyone confirm this?
There's some preliminary code for a google-api to vcard converter in the
> Is anybody working on a google-api for syncevolution?
gdatasource branch. But work on that stopped before it was usable as a
backend in SyncEvolution.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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