So I found an interesting bug, I think. So in OL2007 running with an Exchange Server I can see and open my tasks but if I try to change the status, or mark as complete it will not save the changes. OL gives me a box that says do you want to save your changes and I hit yes but and I can keep hitting yes but nothing changes. This issue only appears to be related to tasks as I can modify contacts and calendar with no issues.
I am using Ubuntu 8.04, Crossover 7.0, Outlook 2007, Exchange Server 2007
I was able to make both Contacts and Calendar items with the original install. I then started my Blackberry Enterprise server to connect to my Exchange server. After making the connection to my exchange server I can not make new tasks, contacts or calendar items. I can make items on my Blackberry and those items transfer over to Outlook. Is this a bug?
yes and no. It is a bug in that the applications are not working properly, but since Blackberry Enterprise server is an unsupported (and completely untested) application, we have no idea if/how ("how" in this case) it will break crossover, and we don't currently have plans to support Blackberry applications in the near future
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