Thu, May 23
Wed, May 22
The package was created by Thomas, but it looks he's not interested in working on this currently (or just have no time). Problem is that current calendar plugin version will probably not work with Roundcube 1.3. It also requires some manual packaging work for Elastic skin support. Also there are some known issues in the database driver noone have time to work on. From Kolab perspective we could spend that time better on other things. Maybe after the final 1.4.0 release I'll do something about the situation, but I can't promise anything.
They are not maintained and they were never supported by Kolab.
It is a "fork" that we do not manage.
Tue, May 21
Hi, thanks for the update.
Bugs logged there are not considered here, they need to be logged here.
Mon, May 20
But you say it's a fix. So, what exactly are you trying to fix? I don't see a problem when I use chwala with Kolab storage connected using webdav driver.
This should be fixed with the latest update.
first of all, the limit pref has been mentioned in the rfc 8144 not before 2017 and is a Microsoft extension.
Secondly, the Sabre lib, eg. (3.2.3 (2018-10-19)) doesn't support the pref at all.
I scanned the source as well as the Changelog of the Sabre Lib !
You really should treat this pref optional not mandatory though.
You use version 2.1.11 (2016-10-06), so the extension was invented afterwards !
Sun, May 19
Oh dear. Thanks for pinpointing the problem!
I've pushed out an urgent hotfix; updated packages should be available in a few minutes.
The whole point is to never use infinity. Now the procedure is recursive and we never fetch more than one level of the folder tree. Or are you saying that your webdav server does not support "1,noroot"?
Sat, May 18
had the same problem. It's on line 1287 in the script kolab_smtp_access_policy.py:
replace "if cache is notTrue:" with "if cache is not True:"