[CalendarServer-users] iMIP settings
sagen at apple.com
Tue Dec 1 15:17:38 PST 2009
I would temporarily set the logging level for the mail handling code to "debug" by changing your caldavd plist file's "LogLevels" section like so:
This will output additional mail-related information to the caldav error.log. Then we can see whether it's an SMTP problem, or something else.
On Dec 1, 2009, at 2:06 PM, Conrad Wasmer wrote:
> Yes, Stroller, I think you did misread the previous post, which provided the following:
> So after getting a new mailbox for your calendar server, you should at
> least be able to send invitations (which is only done if an email
> address is now known to DCS, i.e. does not belong to one of its
> But, thank you for your emboldened edit, by which I understand that the "now known to DCS" was meant to read "not known to DCS."
> Thus, I remain perplexed. DCS is not sending email invitations to those who are not known to it. Any suggestions?
> Thank you -
> On Tue, 1 Dec 2009 19:18:14 +0000, Stroller <stroller at stellar.eclipse.co.uk> wrote:
> Uh, did I misread the previous post?
> On 1 Dec 2009, at 16:36, Conrad Wasmer wrote:
> Can CalendarServer send an invite to someone who is not a CalendarServer
> user? Can it send an invite outside, say, to my work email address?
> ... you should at least be able to send invitations (which is only done if an email address is not known to DCS, i.e. does not belong to one of its users).
> Conrad Wasmer
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