List of Dashboard Errors
Could not authenticate with serviceThis error message may appear after attempting to connect a google or microsoft account: This error message may be because:
1. Your Microsoft 365 is on a GCC High tenant. One way to tell if you company is on Microsoft 365 “GCC high” is that your login goes to login.microsoftonline.us (.us instead of .com). If this is case, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to enable GCC high access on your account.
2. Your Office 365 administrator is blocking third-party oauth apps such as CalendarBridge. Please email your IT administrator to see if that is the case.
Calendar account exists on another user’s accountThis error message may appear after attempting to connect a google or microsoft account: This error message means that the calendar account you tried to connect is already connected to another CalendarBridge account. Most likely you previously had another CalendarBridge account under another email address. To resolve the issue, logout and then login with the other email address. If you no longer have access to the other email address, send an email to email@example.com. Please send the email directly from the account you are trying to add (so that we know you have access to it).
Re-authentication neededThe need to re-authenticate with Google or Microsoft is typically triggered by a change of your Google or Microsoft password. If Re-Authentication is necessary, the following alerts will be shown on your dashboard: To resolve this issue, follow these instructions to re-authenticate/re-connect the account.
Temporary Connection IssuesRarely you may see a message that there is a temporary connection issue. The most common reason for this is that Google or Microsoft is temporarily throttling access to a calendar due to a lot of recent activity on the calendar (e.g., a large number of events were recently written to the calendar). We will periodically re-try until synchronization is re-achieved. There is nothing you need to do. For more information, see the section on rate limiting below.
- editing a sync connection; or
- creating and deleting multiple sync connections involving the same calendar within a short period of time.
- you have other syncing software running that is creating a loop. Please make sure you are not running other syncing software in parallel with CalendarBridge.