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McIrish

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I installed 7.4.3 last week and now we are seeing some strange things happening. If someone adds an event to their calendar via an Android running ICS, the calendar in Outlook has the date in bold, to show there is an event on that date, but the actual event doesn't show. And worse yet, when that event is to happen, the notification pops up continually. I believe one user has seen 2500 popups for an appointment that happened already. He dismisses the notification, but it just starts again. I had him delete the event from the phone and now the notifications have gone away.

This isn't usable. I'm not sure where to look. Anyone else seen these type of problems?
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McIrish

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I'm thinking there is definately a problem with adding an event from an Android. I just got a little further. I find on this one account, the user adds an event via their Razr Maxx, it shows fine on the phone. In web mail, I see the event hundreds of times on the same date. I have no idea why this would be. Maybe its just a fluke? Very odd and troubling. I've told the user not to add events via their phone till I can figure out why this is happening.

I checked their calendar folder on the kerio server and found 9500 entries. They really only had three events on their calendar. but it was repeated thousands of times. I nuked his account off the Android, cleared out his calendar folder on kerio and reindexed. I'll see what happens now.

[Updated on: Wed, 12 September 2012 18:19]

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