The events are stored on google, and for some reason all the contacts
(not local contacts) that the user have ever sent a e-mail is added on
the event as attendee. The users reported that the event description
had changed too with description from other event.
I am guessing that the event is getting corrupted during the sync and
for some reason google is adding all contacts into the event.
2016-09-28 3:09 GMT-03:00 Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com>:
On Tue, 2016-09-27 at 18:56 -0300, Renato Filho wrote:
> Hi All,
> During the last weeks we received some reports of people that complain
> that some random events that was not edited or create recently got
> modified, and all the contacts of the event owner got added into the
> attendee list of this event.
> Do you guys have noticed some similar? Any idea what could cause that?
> How this could be possible?
I've not heard of this before. Where are the events stored, i.e. which
I can say for sure that SyncEvolution strictly separates calendar and
contact synchronization: the SyncEvolution code dealing with events does
not know anything about "the contacts of the event owner" (or any
contacts at all) and therefore cannot break an event in the way that you
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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