On Tue, 2014-06-24 at 12:41 +0000, Michael McCrann wrote:
I have been syncing successfully from Evolution to Google contacts using sync
A couple of days ago I tried to sync but it failed on me. This is the command
I run and the output:
[michael@bigb webapp]$ syncevolution --run -s two-way 'google_contacts'
[INFO] calendar: inactive
[INFO] memo: inactive
[INFO] todo: inactive
[INFO] SoupTransport Failure: https://m.google.com/syncml
via libsoup: Not
[INFO] Transport giving up after 0 retries and 0:01min
[ERROR] transport problem: transport failed, retry period exceeded
[INFO] addressbook: inactive
[ERROR] aborted on behalf of user (local, status 20017)
[INFO] creating complete data backup after sync (enabled with dumpData and
needed for printChanges)
It doesn't seem to able to find the Google syncml URL.
Seems like Google has finally turned off their SyncML server. It was
marked as "discontinued" since beginning of last year.
Please can anyone tell me how I can fix this issue?
To synchronize with Google, you need to switch to CalDAV and CardDAV.
Can you update to SyncEvolution 220.127.116.11 (currently available via the
apt repo and as direct download for rpm)?
It enhances contact syncing with Google via CardDAV.
Which distro are you using?
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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