Yesterday I updated from 10.0.2 to 11 (manual update). Everything went very smoothly. There have only been two minor issues (one of which is already reported so skipping that here). I have been poking at the second issue for over an hour and I am just not making progress.
Local PC Setup:
I sync my calendars to Thunderbird email client with the Lightning plugin. I’ve been doing that for a while. Right after the upgrade, NONE of the calendars would sync. I went debugging and found that Thunderbird was getting URL rejections. This:
turned to this:
“Well, that’s weird. I wonder why they changed caldav to just dav…whatever.”
And I went about fixing it. Most of my titles still referenced OC, so time to rename it all anyway. I unsubscribed all my calendars and copied the URL from the NC link just to ensure I had the right ones. Bingo! All my calendars were syncing again. Hooray!
I have a meeting coming up, I added the event and invited the person that needed to be there before going on my way. Fortunately, I saw him before our meeting “Did you get my invite?”
“Uhhh…I sent it.”
“Nope. See? Nothing from you.”
Sure enough, Thunderbird/NC sees the event and it synced to all my devices, but it didn’t send the email! I always have something in my sent outbox. This is the first time it has ever happened that it didn’t send!
What I’ve done to debug the problem.
- Verified event and invite. Event->Attendees->Correct people are listed. However “Notify Attendees” is checked, but greyed out.
- Verified there was an email associated with the calendar. Calendar Tab->Default NC Calendar->Properties->E-mail. That is correct.
- Verified it is just this calendar. Attaching to my work calendar I can invite someone and I see that the “Notify Attendees” can be checked or unchecked.
- Verified it isn’t just the default calendar. I created a new NC calendar, synced it to Thunderbird, created a new event, & ensured it synced. Then I modified and tried to invite someone. Same greyed out field for “Notify attendees.”
I found this link which I think might be related, but I haven’t tried it yet. Thoughts?