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On BusyMac there is an article about that. The Availability Panel is supported by e.g.: Exchange and Office 365 Fruux OS X Calendar Server Kerio Zimbra and not supported by e.g. iCloud, Google Calendar, Yahoo, Communigate, Beehive.


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As a compromise, you can disable the notification for that person's birthday. In calendar, double click on the birthday even and then change the alert to none. You will then be prompted if you want to change this event or all future events. Select all future events and you will no longer receive notifications for that birthday. It will however remain in your ...


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The answer from D.Woods is good if the calendar you are trying to access is not being actively updated (for example an office holiday calendar). Otherwise, if other users are actively add and removing appointments, the solution will not keep the calendars in sync. You could work around this by periodically repeating the process but this is less than ideal. ...


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This is not an answer, but perhaps a hint in the right direction. I have 2 calendars syncd with my iCalendar app: One is iCloud and it's fast, the other is an exchange calendar and it has the beach ball issue. Maybe it's an exchange issue?


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I had the exact same problem and found an app on the app store that provides a graphical user interface for Launchd, it's called Plisterine. My use-case was to lunch Outlook for Mac on a specific time, keep it open for one hour and then close it again. For this, I created an Automator application/workflow as shown in the screenshot below: You can just ...


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You need to add the receiving email as an "Alternate Email" in your Apple ID settings. Visit http://appleid.apple.com, login, and look at the Alternate Email section. Once you've added it as an alternate, you can then successfully accept calendar invites sent to that email and have them show up on your iCloud calendar.


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I also had this problem. What worked for me was a hybrid of the two suggested solutions so far: Go to Calendar -> Preferences -> Account De-select "Enable this account" Re-select "Enable this account" Now the account shows up.


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I was having this same problem getting rid of old calendars. They kept popping back on. I figured that all of my electronics were back feeding each other. I got the iCloud calendar on my monitor, the calendars on my laptop, iPad and phone all displayed. Then I deleted one calendar from each of them as fast as I could. Then I took the next one and deleted it ...


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If you have any events scheduled for today there's going to be a text in the Notification Center (when you swipe down) right under the current date saying "Your first meeting today...". Tap that and it'll brig up the Calendar. If you don't have anything scheduled for today, you can scroll to the bottom of the Today view and tap the Tomorrow section ...



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