100% CPU usage by evolution-alarm-notify on startup until killed with SIGKILL
On my Pinephone (running Mobian, a version of Debian Bullseye for mobile devices), I see that each time the system boots, evolution-alarm-notify causes 100% CPU load. I have to kill it with SIGKILL, else it doesn't go away.
It gets its alerts from two Nextcloud accounts, a Google and a Microsoft Exchange account. Since the Mobian maintainer has told me that he has a Nextcloud account connected himself and he was unable to reproduce the behaviour, I temporarily disabled the other account, but no change resulted from that.
I have found two other bug reports reporting the same behaviour, one from Ubuntu and one from Redhat which is fairly old and refers to situations when there is no connectivity. I don't see the same issue