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Samsung Galaxy S2 / Appointments

hi,
we've seen the following behaviour at several sites:
Mobility builds 794 and 882 / GW802HP3

Basically everything's working fine with Apple devices. For the Galaxy devices (maybe for other droids as well, but the S2 are the only Droids used in these environments) problems arise once you create a multi-user appointment. As soon as you invite someone (internal or external doesn't matter) the appointment never makes it to a mailbox, neither to the creator's one nor to any other. This works fine for the same accounts with iphones, ipads, iwhatsoever with both 4.x.x and 5.x.x builds.
The affected Droids are running 2.3.3, 2.3.5 and 4.0.3, the only common denominator is that all these are Samsung builds. I've tested a friend's Galaxy S2 with an open 4.0.4 build (based on Google sources), this one does NOT show the problem and properly synchronizes everything in any direction.
Makes me thinks of a problem with the calendar app on the Samsung builds, but i couldn't find any references to similar problems.
Can anyone confirm the issue? Or can anyone confirm NOT to have the issue?

t.i.a.
mb
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Hello,

I just tested S2 running Android 2.3.6 on Sprint and I was able to create a
multi user appt on the device and I see it in the Creator's mailbox as well
as the Invitee's mailbox

I tried with 882 build. If you still have issues can you please email me at
mj@novell.com

Regards
MJ

>>> On Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 05:46 AM, in message

<mathiasbraun.5dfgeo@no-mx.forums.novell.com>,
mathiasbraun<mathiasbraun@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

> hi,
> we've seen the following behaviour at several sites:
> Mobility builds 794 and 882 / GW802HP3
>
> Basically everything's working fine with Apple devices. For the Galaxy
> devices (maybe for other droids as well, but the S2 are the only Droids
> used in these environments) problems arise once you create a multi-user
> appointment. As soon as you invite someone (internal or external doesn't
> matter) the appointment never makes it to a mailbox, neither to the
> creator's one nor to any other. This works fine for the same accounts
> with iphones, ipads, iwhatsoever with both 4.x.x and 5.x.x builds.
> The affected Droids are running 2.3.3, 2.3.5 and 4.0.3, the only common
> denominator is that all these are Samsung builds. I've tested a friend's
> Galaxy S2 with an open 4.0.4 build (based on Google sources), this one
> does NOT show the problem and properly synchronizes everything in any
> direction.
> Makes me thinks of a problem with the calendar app on the Samsung
> builds, but i couldn't find any references to similar problems.
> Can anyone confirm the issue? Or can anyone confirm NOT to have the
> issue?
>
> t.i.a.
> mb

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Problem happens also to my Galaxy S2 running 4.0.3.
There is also an issue when you read your mail on the phone it is not marked read in Groupwise.
Waiting for new release from Samsung. On iPhone/iPad all works fine.
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mostard;2216351 wrote:
Problem happens also to my Galaxy S2 running 4.0.3.
There is also an issue when you read your mail on the phone it is not marked read in Groupwise.
Waiting for new release from Samsung. On iPhone/iPad all works fine.


both issues seem to be resolved with the 4.1.2 build. if other folks can confirm this someone might want to update the device wiki.
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