In the compatibility section on syncevolution's website, you wrote :
Of the servers listed here, SyncEvolution is
regularly tested with
ScheduleWorld, Funambol, Google and Synthesis server, so, the
information about known problems with them is also more detailed. Not
listing problems with other servers does not mean they do not exist...
If you have tested with a server not listed here or would like to add
further information, then your updates to this page, sent to email, are highly appreciated.
so I would like to talk about the Memotoo
I didn't see any problems concerning the todos, memos, or addressbook
(just a few modifications during sync for the contacts phone numbers
A few days ago, I tried to synchronize my calendar that way, under
Debian Lenny :
syncml native client syncevolution (0.9.2+1.0beta2a-2)
N79 <-----------------> Memotoo <------------------->
It seems that there is a problem about detached recurrences. I read
your article on this subject, and to be fair, I'm not an expert, but I
run some tests on my workstation and here is what I found :
- a detached recurrence on the N79 is well synchronized with Memotoo.
There is no duplicate.
- a detached recurrence on the Memotoo is well synchronized with the
N79. There is no duplicate.
- a detached recurrence on Memotoo is duplicated on Evolution but not
on Memotoo, even after resync.
- a detached recurrence on Evolution is duplicated on Memotoo but not
on Evolution, even after resync.
I think it's a conflict problem but I don't know how to resolve it.
>From what I've heard, it seems that the events modifications are not
time stamped, so syncevolution has no means to discover which one is to
save and which one should be deleted, so it creates duplicates not to
loose data. But I don't know. Actually, I almost never modify the same
event with the two clients before synchronizing. Maybe the events
aren't the same anyway, maybe it's because of syncevolution, or maybe
evolution (too old version ?).
It's a bit disturbing because I have a lot of professional meetings and
after each one I wrote systematically a description about it. I also
modify or cancel some regularly, which means I end with a lot of
So I would be pleased if you help me (and maybe others) to solve this
problem. But I know you're a busy guy.