Hi Paul..

On 20/09/2007, Paul Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>  Hi all;
>
> This seemed useful to some people last time, so I'm doing it again now.
> I've been using Evolution from SVN for a few months now tracking the latest
> changes and overall I've been REALLY happy: so many things are much better,
> especially with Exchange integration, than in 2.10 or any previous
> release.  Applause and cheers for everyone's hard work over the last 6
> months!!
>
> However, there are still some issues.  I hope now is a good time to point
> them out so maybe we can concentrate on these for 2.12.1 or 2.12.2.
> Others might have a different list of issues, but these are mine (links to
> bugzilla entries).  I've updated the bugzilla entries with the latest info I
> have.
>
> As I said, I'm building Evo and all components (libsoup, gtkhtml, e-d-s,
> evo, evo-exchange, evo-webcal) locally with debugging enabled and running
> them with full logging, each instance in its own directory.  I stand ready
> and willing to help anyone who wants to, to work on these issues!  I've
> tried to order them in order of precedence (how much I want them fixed),
> most pain to lesser pain.
>

478090: Tried to create a meeting on the Exchange server, and Evo crashed
> when adding an address <http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=478090>
>
> This is a big one for me, because I need to schedule meetings through this
> mailing list.  Because of this problem I have to create my meetings through
> Exchange webmail rather than Evolution!  Luckily (in all senses of the word)
> I don't have to create meetings very often.
>
> the link: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=478038

478090: Meeting acceptances for attendees who weren't listed are
lost<http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=478090>
>
> This isn't a huge deal, but it's pretty annoying.
>
> Thanks for the input !!

-Suman

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>  Paul D. Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>                 
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