The difference is clear.
Indeed. Deleting the account won’t delete anything on the server…
I get an error for a validated calendar source “Couldn’t parse iCalendar source” on my Android CyanogenMod phone.
I don’t know how to proceed to solve the issue.
I access this file via an URL and I can download it via a browser. Access to the file should be fine.
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If you use an iCalendar validator like this: https://ical-validator.herokuapp.com/validate/
You can see the message:
Parser error at line 31: Cannot set timezone for UTC properties
See https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545#section-22.214.171.124 DTSTAMP:
“The value MUST be specified in the UTC time format.”
Does it work when you fix the DTSTAMP so that it’s in UTC format?
I see. I used another online tool, which seems to be more tolerant. The file is from a server, which I am not administering. I will contact the administrator.
@rfc2822 Yes, I used that one. But ietf seems to be clear on this. But also Lightning can read the same source without any problem.
But also Lightning can read the same source without any problem.
Yes, Lightning does not use the ical4j library, which is quite strict about this. I wonder what the original intention of the standard is, but I guess its purpose is that servers can detect the timestamp of entries without having to calculate time zones.