In the form for meetings (crm.meeting) there is the possibility to set a reminder, but it doesn't seem to work. Looking at the code in base_calendar/base_calendar.py there are two models: res.alarm and calendar.alarm. The developer mode tells me the reminder is a res.alarm object.
As far as I can tell, when I set a reminder it runs do_alarm_create() that creates a calendar.alarm (looking at the db with pgadmin, an entry in the calendar_alarm table is indeed created). There is a cron job scheduled to run every 5 minutes for calendar alarms that calls calendar_alarm.do_run_scheduler(), but nothing happens. Calendar.alarm has an 'action' field which I guess is the action to take when the condition is met, but it seems to me that do_run_scheduler() does something only if 'action' is 'email'. This is a problem, because res.alarm creates a calendar.alarm with a 'display' action.
So, am I missing something or is the code incomplete/bugged? Should I file a bug report?
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