Outlook 2016 cached mode not updating

10-Sep-2017 22:35

Net 4.0 from a forked project here, thanks to Salvatore Isaja for the awesome work!

After installing the plugin, a new ribbon called ‘Caldav Synchronizer’ is added in Outlook with 6 menu items.

Since Outlook Distribution Lists also support list members which aren’t in the addressbook but SOGo VLISTs don’t, we add them as custom X-Attributes.

With this workaround those members aren’t displayed in SOGo but won’t get lost when syncing back to Outlook.

To avoid double meetings the option in event mapping configuration is recommended.

You can configure free/busy lookups globally in the outlook options.

If your server supports resources (for SOGo see Configuration) disable “set SCHEDULE-AGENT=CLIENT” in Mapping Configuration, so that the server can handle the resource invitation mails, add the resource email adress as attendee in the Outlook appointment and choose type ressource (house icon) for it.

With the checkbox also all appointments/tasks without a category are synced to the server.First, you can enable the option ” for SOGo servers) and let only Outlook send the meeting invites, if the server supports this option.Or you can disable this option and let the server schedule the meetings after syncing the meeting.If you get the following error message when trying to set reminders in Outlook you can try to change the Outlook options as discussed in or try the following reported by #Todo18 When enabled in Contact Mapping configuration you can now also sync Outlook Distribution Lists with your server contact groups.

Since different servers use different formats to store contact groups, you will be able to choose the used DAV contact group format.When syncing meetings created in Outlook to the server, the option is recommended. The response status of all attendees can be synced from Outlook to the server but only the status of the own Outlook identity (if included in the attendees) can be synced from the server to Outlook due to limitations of the Outlook Object Model.