Am Dienstag 15 November 2011, um 15:01:54 schrieb Christian Hilberg: > Am Dienstag 15 November 2011, um 11:03:24 schrieb Patrick Ohly: > [...] > > What happens during syncing? Do you resolve the add<->add conflict by > > duplicating the item, merging them or discarding one copy? > > This is a configuration option the user has. Kontact, as a reference client > for Kolab, > will ask you in all events of synchronization conflicts. In Evo/EDS 2.30, we > did not > have the infrastructure needed to query Kolab-specific user input from Evo, > so the whole > thing is non-interactive. For each PIM folder, you can configure the backends > to use > one of the following strategies: > * use the "newer" PIM object (relies on timestamps - since these are set by > the clients, > not the Kolab server, it only works if the client's clocks are synced) > * use the client's object (overwrites the one on the server) > * use the server's object (discards the client's changes) > * create a duplicate
Adding some more bits: The evolution-kolab user manual has some more info on the current behaviour of the plugin in "3.4.2 Conflict solving strategies", see . Kind regards, Christian  http://sourceforge.net/projects/evolution-kolab/files/evolution-kolab_user-manual_v1.3.pdf/download -- kernel concepts GmbH Tel: +49-271-771091-14 Sieghuetter Hauptweg 48 D-57072 Siegen http://www.kernelconcepts.de/
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