Bug report report below - shall I raise an issue for this?
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Searching for Outlook contacts in 64-bit Jitsi does not return any results.
With Microsoft Outlook Search enabled in “Tools->Options->Contact
Sources->Address book”, I typed the name of a contact into the main
window’s search field.
The following text was displayed:
“No matching contacts found. Press Ctrl+Enter to call “[john doe]” or use
the buttons below.”
This behaviour is incorrect, as the contact does in fact exist in Outlook.
When I do the same thing in 32-bit Jitsi on the same machine, my contact is
correctly found and an entry is displayed in the results pane.
The error “15:05:57.783 SEVERE:
plugin.addrbook.AddrBookActivator.startService().231 Failed to instantiate”
is found in the 64-bit logs, and does not occur in the 32-bit logs.
Full logs are attached.
· *OS*: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit – Service Pack 1
· *Jitsi*:* *Jitsi 1.0-build.3967 (64-bit version)
· *Java:* The Jitsi logs show that Jitsi is using a 64-bit JVM,
· *Outlook:* Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (12.0.6661.5003) SP3 MSO
Registry path: *HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook
Registry key: *Bitness*
- Value is x86 (i.e. 32 bit)
The bug reproduces consistently on my machine using the following steps:
1. Do a clean install of 64-bit Jitsi version 1.0-build.3967.
2. Make sure Outlook is set up with at least one contact in the local
3. Open Jitsi.
4. Check that the ‘Enable Microsoft Outlook search’ checkbox is
ticked (in Contact Sources -> Address Book)
5. In the main window, type the name of an Outlook contact.