Mail Address Conformance Check And Postprocessing Fail On Unquoted Strings
(Doc ID 2072122.1)
Last updated on MAY 16, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Communications Convergence - Version 2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When creating a new calendar event in Convergence 2 with copy/paste of an email address of the form 'Firstname Lastname <Firstname.Lastname@domain>' into the invitations or reservations section ( Calendar resources ), the given data is accepted but turned over to : 'Firstname Lastname <Firstname Lastname>
STEPS to reproduce
1. Login to Convergence
2. Create an event
3. Try to invite some string resembling an email address with literal Name
a. select reservations input area
b. enter: Firstname Lastname <Firstname.Lastname@domain>
c. observe: no result found
d. commit entry by pressing the circled '+'-input
e. observe: input gets accepted, input area cleared, 'Firstname Lastname' is added to the list of reservations
4. Select 'Firstname Lastname' from list of reservations
5. Select 'compose mail to' from drop down menu
6. Observe: Mail address lacks the 'crucial part' <Firstname.Lastname@domain> but consists of 'Firstname Lastname' <Firstname Lastname>
7. Save the event
With Calendar Server 7 the event does not get created, but gives the error of "The request to the server has failed. (60)" Which means the end user does not know what has gone wrong
Convergence should not convert given data to invalid addresses.
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