Benjamin Schieder


2011 April 20 | 3 comments

This is an intermediate release of the CardDAV plugin for Roundcube.
It just adds some error logging using RCM's internal logging facility to help debug some problems.



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Tags: Tech


From: gary
2011-04-28 08:04:00 +0200

I'm not able to connect to my davical server with this plugin. I'm able to use the SoGo connector plugin for Thunderbird, so davical carddav is working.
I've modified my config file with the same parameters and altered it on purpose to make sure RCM is reading it (the log shows the mod). Here's the error I get in the log:
[27-Apr-2011 22:48:19] PHP Warning: fopen(http://localhost/davical/caldav.php/gary/contacts) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized
in /var/www/roundcubemail-0.5.2/plugins/carddav/carddav_backend.php on line 127
[27-Apr-2011 22:48:19] PHP Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/roundcubemail-0.5.2/plugins/carddav/carddav_backend.php:125) in /var/www/roundcubemail-0.5.2/program/include/rcube_json_output.php on line 233
The davical wiki states that davical will fall back to basic authentication. SoGo connector doesn't use any authentication (my experimental carddav is set read/write), yet it connects fine.
I'm missing something basic, can anyone help me on this?

From: blindcoder
2011-04-28 10:17:57 +0200

Hi Gary.
I've seen that problem reported (FS#5) several times now but have been unable to find a reason and/or solution.
I'm using it with davical myself and it's working fine. It seems to be related to authentication problems as the HTTP/1.1 401 Unauthorized indicates.
Can you check your davical error logs (apache and davical itself) and if you see anything that might be helpful add it to the above mentioned Flyspray task?
Kind regards,

From: Johannes Kreuzhuber
2011-06-05 05:10:48 +0200

I can see all my Contacs but I cant open it
I get the error message
response:-->Resource Not Found
Kind regards

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