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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003131||SOGo||ActiveSync||public||2015-03-13 09:05||2015-06-10 10:54|
|Priority||normal||Severity||feature||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Platform||[Client] Apple||OS||iOS||OS Version||7|
|Fixed in Version||2.3.1|
|Summary||0003131: Meeting invitee is able to hijack meeting ownership from the organiser|
User 1 (organiser) creates a meeting in his calendar and invites a number of invitees to the meeting.
User2 becomes organiser of the meeting with all the consequences (original organiser can no longer cancel the meeting.
I have reported this happened on recurring event organised by user1. User1 has lifted the organiser privileges (without him knowing).
This seems to be old bug introduces by Microsoft:
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Does it happen on non-recurring events?
The EAS code in SOGo currently does NOT FULL support recurring events - especially recurrence exceptions.
Haven't had a report of such thing happening on non-recurring events yet.
I have just had submitted evidence of same error on non-repetitive event. An Invitee hijacked the ownership of the event and was able to cancel it subsequently.
SOGo version 2.2.17a
|2015-03-13 09:05||martinsimovic||New Issue|
|2015-03-18 09:50||ludovic||Note Added: 0008292|
|2015-03-18 09:50||ludovic||Severity||major => feature|
|2015-03-18 09:51||ludovic||Note Edited: 0008292|
|2015-03-18 09:53||martinsimovic||Note Added: 0008294|
|2015-05-11 09:22||martinsimovic||Note Added: 0008467|
|2015-06-10 10:54||ludovic||Note Added: 0008616|
|2015-06-10 10:54||ludovic||Status||new => resolved|
|2015-06-10 10:54||ludovic||Fixed in Version||=> 2.3.1|
|2015-06-10 10:54||ludovic||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2015-06-10 10:54||ludovic||Assigned To||=> ludovic|