hmm, that’s embarrassing 🦌 That last time it was indeed a typo, even though in the first place in the first logs above I had already the correct address.
So anyway, it works fine now, thank you very much! Can’t reproduce what was wrong in first place.
OS X Server Contacts can't parse VCards with folded PRODID line
For reference and transparency: We have created this report on Apple Bug Reporter on 6 Sep 2016 here: https://bugreport.apple.com/web/?problemID=28172308
VCard 3 uses folding for long lines. OS X Server Contacts can’t parse VCard 3 resources with folded PRODID lines.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Upload a VCard 3 with folded PRODID line, like the following:
BEGIN:VCARD VERSION:3.0 PRODID:+//IDN bitfire.at//DAVdroid/1.2.3-gplay vcard4android ez-vcard/0.9.1 0 UID:0ea1c5a9-2c93-443d-8672-0e871710203b@owncloud-service-host FN:John Doe N:Doe;John;;; …
The VCard should be parsed correctly.
VCard is not parsed. Console error messages:
Ignored vCard at /remote.php/carddav/addressbooks/principalname/contacts/0ea1c5a9-2c93-443d-8672-0e871710203b%2540owncloud-service-host.vcf because there is no UID property: "BEGIN:VCARD VERSION:3.0 PRODID:+//IDN bitfire.at//DAVdroid/1.2.3-gplay vcard4android ez-vcard/0.9.1 0 UID:0ea1c5a9-2c93-443d-8672-0e871710203b@owncloud-service-host FN:John Doe N:Doe;John;;; TEL;TYPE=home;TYPE=pref:+1555123456789 EMAIL;TYPE=work;TYPE=pref:email@example.com EMAIL;TYPE=home:firstname.lastname@example.org EMAIL:email@example.com REV:2016-08-14T13:18:42+00:00 END:VCARD"
OS X Server 5.1.5
Line folding is defined in RFC 2426 section 2.6, which refers to RFC 2425 section 5.81. Lines longer than 75 characters even SHOULD be folded.
This report was marked as a duplicate and the problem has apparently been fixed.