I have an iPhone and an iPad, both connected to the same exchange account. I really don't want to disconnect one of the devices.
However, there is a problem. Sometimes, when I get a meeting invitation through this account, it pops up on both, but when I accept it on one device, it stays unaccepted on the other.
That is, the meeting is added to my calendar correctly, but the invitation still stays in the calendar app as an invitation, with the badge on the calendar app icon.
If I then go into the invitations section of that app, and accept the invitation, it almost immediately pops up on the other device, as a (seemingly) new invitation, with a badge and alert and everything.
If I accept it on that device, it pops back on the other device, and this does not seem to have any end at all, having the devices play ping-pong with the meeting invitation.
The only way I've found to break the cycle is to just decline the meeting invitation and add the appointment manually, but then of course the person that invited me gets back a message saying I declined it.
Is there something wrong with my setup, meaning is there a known "way" to set up an Exchange account that could cause this? The account was added the way that seems logical, by selecting to add a new exchange account and filling out the basic details.
If I can ask the iPad to just disregard meeting invitations altogether (meaning, no badges, invitations, alerts), that would be acceptable, but so far I have not been able to find the proper way to handle this.
Note that I still want to have the calendar linked to my iPad, so that I can see the calendar and add new appointments, but if meeting invitations could be forced to only appear on my iPhone, that would be an acceptable solution.