Calendar Connector Release Notes

Document created by Cisco Documentation Team on Jan 18, 2017Last modified by Cisco Documentation Team on Sep 11, 2017
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Standard Upgrades for Calendar Connector

 

For Cisco Spark Hybrid Services, the minimum supported version of Expressway for the connector host is X8.9.

  

8.8-1.0.4402

   

September 9, 2017

  
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    Added a fix for a Calendar Connector crash.

      

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    Added a fix for a Calendar Connector deadlock.

      

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    Fixed issue where the Office 365 Exchange configuration record save test using the service account UPN was not a valid test.

      

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    Added a fix to prevent Calendar Service from getting stuck in initializing state while in maintenance mode.

      

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    Fixed issue where autodiscovery via SRV record lookup fails due to FQDN dot.

      

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    Performance optimizations.

      

  

8.8-1.0.4354

   

August 2, 2017

  
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    Fix to remove OBTP for meetings which are cancelled within 5 minutes of the meeting start time.

      

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    Changed the default setting for Discovery to Use Active Directory on the Microsoft Exchange Configuration window.

      

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    Reduced volume of email sent when the meeting organizer includes a distribution list in the meeting invitation. The email is now only sent if the meeting organizer is enabled for Cisco Spark meeting list and OBTP trials.

      

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    Added a fix for a calendar connector crash.

      

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    Removed excessive technical details in end user email notifications.

      

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    Fixed formatting problems when changing a meeting's Location from @spark to @webex.

      

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    Fixed formatting problems when updating @spark 1-to-1 meetings.

      

  

8.8-1.0.4256

   

June 30, 2017

  
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    Fixed formatting problems when updating @spark 1-to-1 meetings.

      

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    Fixed formatting problems with custom text in @webex meeting invitations, for example characters such as ( ) or @ will be rendered correctly.

      

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    Enhancements and fixes for Cisco Spark meeting list and One Button To Push (OBTP) Trials sites.

      

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    For Cisco Spark meeting list/OBTP users, added email notification for meeting organizers who have included distribution lists in their @webex or @spark meeting invites, informing them that attendees included as a part of distribution lists will not receive meeting notifications in Cisco Spark.

      

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    Fixed issue where "You updated the agenda…" text was incorrectly posted into your Spark space. This artifact is no longer posted to Cisco Spark spaces.

      

  

8.8-1.0.4160

   

May 24, 2017

  
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    @webex scheduling is now supported for a Cisco Collaboration Meeting Room that is configured with Cisco Spark-integrated single sign-on (SSO). Your Cisco WebEx site version must be WBS31 or later.

      

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    Added a fix for a calendar connector crash.

      

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    Changed the first line of the @spark meeting information to "Join Cisco Spark Meeting."

      

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    Localization of the "Video address" text in the @spark meeting information.

      

  

8.8-1.0.4125

May 19, 2017

 
  • Reduced the amount of connector logging on Expressway.

     

  • The openJDK framework will be updated for upcoming signed connector support. The openJDK update on the stable channel is scheduled for Saturday night (May 20). Be aware that the calendar connector will restart after this update. If the calendar connector stops or does not restart, then restart it manually.

     

 

8.8-1.0.4115

May 12, 2017

 
  • The SIP URI (video address) is now added to @spark group meeting invites. (For example, sip:12345678@meet.ciscospark.com.)

     

  • Provided a fix for localized @spark and @webex meeting information that is added to an invitation. The new video address line in @spark is not yet localized. See here for a list of languages that Cisco Spark supports. (Indonesian is not yet supported. Also, the calendar connector supports Spanish (Mexico) instead of Spanish (Latin America)).

     

 

8.8-1.0.3966

April 10, 2017

  • The Calendar Connector status page on Expressway-C shows the connectivity status of all configured WebEx sites. 

     

  • Minor bug fixes and enhancements.

     

8.8-1.0.3855

March 3, 2017

 

Fixed an issue where entering username@domain.com long format in the Username field was not accepted in the Calendar Connector WebEx configuration page.

 

8.8-1.0.3826

February 28, 2017

 
  • Updated "Cisco WebEx Configuration" page on Expressway as described in the updated documentation. The username and password fields are now optional (for upcoming support of Cisco Spark/CI-enabled WebEx sites), and a "Test Connection" button was added.

       

  • Added support for Cisco Spark space URL detection in @spark meetings. If a space URL (such as https://web.ciscospark.com/meet/…) is detected in an @spark meeting, then the meeting is associated with the Cisco Spark space instead of creating a new one.

     

  • Fixed an issue that caused a long Calendar Connector startup time.

     

 

8.7-1.0.3704

January 20, 2017

 
  • The proximity link was removed from the @webex meeting information.

     

  • The "Join Now" link in the @spark meeting information is updated with the new Cisco Spark space URL.

     

  • Fixed issue where adding the Exchange Service Record for Office 365 errors out in certain scenarios.

     

  • Fixed issue where users without mailboxes get assign to a connector and appear as "activated."

     

 
 

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