Hello, I know that this might be slightly Offtopic, but I am sure that I am not the only one working with davmail.
QUESTION: Who else is using Davmail to connect Exchange to their favorite Linux Outlook replacement? And are you able to delete an appointment from Evolution or maybe khal? I am trying to replace OWA (Outlook Web Access) with native Linux apps. I got Email, Contacts and Calendar entries synced from our corporate Exchange server to my "mail qube" using offlineimap and vdirsyncer. There is only one annoying last topic: I can't delete calendar entries, I can create them, sync them and if calendar entries get deleted on my phone or my exchange server they will also disappear from Evolution/Thunderbird/khal. But under all three apps I have problems deleting an calendar entry, as such I think it might be a Davmail issue, but I am unsure. Just for the info about my setup: Caldav connects to our corporate Exchange Server and provides local imap/SMTP/caldav/carddav interface to the AppVM. Currently I am still using various apps to finds what works best for me Evolution Connects to Davmail Email and Contacts are working Calendar entries can be created, synced, viewed but not deleted Thunderbird Connects to Davmail Email and Contacts are working Calendar entries can be created and synced, but not viewed and not deleted Neomutt Connects to maildirs, which are downloaded via offlineimap, which connects to Davmail Email is working ikhal / khal Connects via vdirsyncer to Davmail. Calendar entries can be viewed and created but not deleted khard via vdirsyncer to Davmail Contacts can be created, changed, synced and viewed The only missing part in all calendar apps: Deletion is not possible and results in an error message of Davmail.  -------- Original-Nachricht -------- An 2. März 2018, 01:40, '' via qubes-users schrieb: Hello, As my company is using Microsoft Exchange without enabling remote access per IMAP I had to work with the Outlook Web Access (OWA) Interface. But this is only a workarround as I can't access offline emails etc. I found a solution which provides an Gateway between exchange and your favorite Linux apps for mail/calendar: Davmail. I got email and also calendar running and wrote a "quick'n dirty" how-to which I would like to see improved. https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-doc/pull/608 Currently it covers only mailpart (reading Exchange emails with Thunderbird and/or neomutt). Reading my exchange mails with neomutt is fun. Of course it will also work with Evolution. Regarding calendar entries which is also very important as all my colleagues are using Exchange: I was able to sync evolution with the exchange calendar. I can create new entries in evolution which are synced back to the exchange calendar. Great! But I can't delete calendar entries from evolution. If I delete an calendar entry on my phone or my corporate Outlook it will also be removed in the evolution. In Thunderbirds Lightning I was able also able to sync my Exchange calendar, but as soon as I open a calendar entry I get an error message. Thereof I have to troubleshoot this, having email AND calendar (connected to Microsoft Exchange) working natively in Qubes would be a major Improvement to productivity. @yuaeitha: This quick'n dirty how-to is a good example why your idea sharing scripts and howtos is great. It is far away from being a qualified how-to, still it might be of use for someone who is trying to connect to their exchange server from within Qubes. Thereof I have created a new document on the qubes-docs, so that other can see it. Still, I think a newbie user will not find this, as they will look in the Qubes docs pages on the Qubes website and not within GitHub. At least I wasn't doing it since a few weeks ago...  . -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/9tK2AG4uMIWn4B9YmRKgF8YG_wic1vIFlgGzy7ThFyyo9AFIHl21P8yiBldb0NPXrdWise4lF6wUCVFNU67AlbngpEeT5VYe3A6uQnPhlf0%3D%40protonmail.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.