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There is a workaround for this I have found, but essentially requires you to setup a local iCloud calendar then share it to another calendar provider online and then on that calendar subscribe to the ical
Go into your settings and turn off email alerts for your calendars. That should stop the emails, or if that doesn't , go to preferences in your email alerts and turn off calendar alerts.
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I have searched on the web for days on how to resolve this issue but no solution. Here is how I solved mine; Delete your Outlook profile as the calendar is corrupt on it Link: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Manage-profiles-in-Outlook-2016-for-Mac-fed2a955-74df-4a24-bef6-78a426958c4c Then, close and reopen outlook, you will be prompted to create ...
I had the same problem - couldn't figure out how to create a local calendar, because any I created got moved to the iCloud section. The fix in my case was to go to iCloud preferences, uncheck Calendar syncing, then go back to the Calender app. Now I could create a local (i.e. On My Mac") calendar. Furthermore, this calendar persisted as On My Mac even after ...
Here is my solution: After deleting the Calendar caches as explained earlier it was still not Synching properly. Then I deleted all my Calendar items from the exchange account. I use for this Outlook for Mac, but you can probably use anything, just be sure to delete EVERYTHING from the calendar. It is now synchronizing perfectly between Mac Calendar, Outlook ...
You are using a calendar that is connected to iCloud. Since iCloud calendars do not support file opening events, it cannot save to iCloud and then it cancels. Make a new LOCAL calendar that is not on iCloud but based on your own computer, then you can do a file based event on the computer based calendar.
Nope. You can add custom dates in Contacts and create repeating events in Calendar, but there's no automatic linkage between the two. The best you'll get is something like BirthdayScanner which scans all dates in Contacts then allows you to add them to your Calendar, but there's no first-party automagic solution.
OS X's Calendar.app will not wake a sleeping Mac to open your file. There are three ways to have your Mac wake up at the appropriate time: You can use OS X's built-in Energy Saver settings to schedule your Mac to wake up. You can use pmset on the command line to schedule more events. You can use a third party tool like Power Manager to schedule more ...
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