Re: [Evolution] Failed to Open (EWS) Calendar

Regarding the problem with libsoup, I've had to HoldPkg = libsoup, because allowing it to upgrade still goes to the broken 2.58.01. I thought the change was reverted upstream? Why does my system still want to download the broken package? I use Arch, by the way. 


On May 9, 2017 6:35 AM, "Milan Crha" <mcrha redhat com> wrote:
On Fri, 2017-05-05 at 13:05 -0400, Benjamin Selzer wrote:
> My god, nothing but endless problems with Evolution since updating to
> Gnome 3.24.

that's not fair. It was a problem in libsoup and that change had been
reverted in the upstream. The only problem was that it got to stable
release unnoticed. But apart of "being able to reproduce in evolution(-
ews)", there was really nothing wrong on the Evolution side.

> Then today, EWS calendar stopped working.
> Unable to connect to “Calendar”: Backend factory for source
> “1492881450.6684.6@xps13” and extension “Calendar” cannot be found.

It looks like evolution-ews installation or the source file itself got
broken for whatever reason. Try to run evolution from a terminal,
eventually evolution-calendar-factory, to see whether it says anything

You can also search for the source file, it'll be named as in the error
message plus ".source" extension, thus in your case
"1492881450.6684.6@xps13.source" in one of:
and look into its content. It is supposed to contain at least these

   [Data Source]


   [Exchange Web Services Folder]

where those 'xxx' are different for your calendar, similarly the Color
key. The most important is the BackendName, which should reference

        Hope it helps,
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