Re: [Evolution] evolution-mapi broken in Ubuntu Karmic

2.28 made it there a couple days later, although it is not working for me yet:

here are the packages I have as of today (October 1st: Beta due today!)

ii  evolution-mapi                       0.28.0-0ubuntu1                            Evolution extension for MS Exchange 2007 ser
ii  libexchangemapi1.0-0                 0.28.0-0ubuntu1                            Client library for accessing MAPI servers
ii  libmapi0                             1:0.8.2+svn1423-1ubuntu1                   Client library for the MAPI protocol

And here are the bugs I have filed on the MAPI related failures / crashes

At the end of it all, while I am not experienced at reading the tracebacks and dump info, it appears to me to all be one basic bug where Evolution, via MAPI, is trying to read from a non-readable Virtual Memory Area (VMA).

That seems a bit odd to me, as I would not have thought Evolution would be directly involved in memory management, so I am guessing something in MAPI is not compiled against the correct version of something. Maybe a security permission is not there? Who knows...

Bugs are marked as medium right now, but they are keeping me from being able to use MAPI against Exchange 2007 at all.

FWIW: IMAP is working still.

On Fri, 2009-09-25 at 07:21 -0600, Thomas Novin wrote:
On Thu, 2009-09-03 at 09:15 +0200, Thomas Novin wrote:
> Hello
> It isn't possible to install evolution-mapi in the next Ubuntu release,
> 9.10. This is one of the few packages that hasn't been upgraded yet, the
> version available now is the same that is installable in Ubuntu Jaunty.
> Isn't a newer version available for packaging?

New version found iẗ́'s way into the repos 4 days ago.

evolution-mapi (0.27.92-0ubuntu1) karmic; urgency=low

  * New upstream version (LP: #432370)
  * Drop 01_fix_SIGSEGV_during_auth.patch.

 -- Mario Limonciello <mario_limonciello dell com>  Mon, 21 Sep 2009
12:43:54 -0500


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