unfortunately, there's a bug in Zarafa Webaccess where a bugfix advisory
has been made available by Zarafa:
Recurring meetings one hour early between 25 Oct and 31 Oct
Recurrent meeting requests starting between 25 and 31 October 2010 are one
hour too early in calendars.
Zarafa Versions affected:
Zarafa 6.30.x and 6.40.x
The issue occurs only if all of the following conditions are met:
- Timezone Europe (CET)
- A recurring meeting request is sent to attendees
- The first occurrence of this recurring meeting request is between 25 and
31 October 2010
- In spooler.cfg always_send_tnef is set to no (default)
The attendees see the appointment one hour too early in their calendars.
Unfortunately there is no easy workaround to fix these meeting requests
other than manual adjustments.
In spooler.cfg configure: always_send_tnef = yes
This issue is analyzed and fixed. The fix will be available in version
6.30.18 and 6.40.4.
October 21th, 2010
Fedora as a downstream will perform an update to the next stable Zarafa
release (6.40.x), once it is available.