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First, I am assuming by "Outlook" you mean the Outlook email client application and not an @outlook.com email account. In other words, your work computer uses the Exchange/Outlook system for emails, calendar, and so on. If so - and assuming your IT department would permit this - you could try the iCloud Control Panel on your work computer. This add-in for ...


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Since iCloud is based on CalDAV, this shouldn’t be too hard. Deleting an event boils down to a simple HTTP request, e.g.: DELETE /calendars/johndoe/home/132456762153245.ics HTTP/1.1 If-Match: "2134-314" This project on GitHub could serve as a good starting point: jcs/iclouddav


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I just had this problem on mail.app and just figured it out using the instructions on this page. The instructions on the linked page are for ical. I don't have access to ical so I can't confirm that it works on ical. But it works well on calendar.app. So... I'm hoping it will work just the same for you. Here are the steps: Login to Outlook Web ...


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I just had this problem and just figured it out using the instructions on this page. Here are the steps: Login to Outlook Web Access (the web interface for your Exchange Server). Click on public folders (for me, it was all they way in the bottom left). The, navigate to the public folder of your choice (I needed a calendar). Right click on the ...


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Heres a long shot in the Calendar.app prefs at the bottom of the Advanced pane, do you have checked: Ask before sending changes to events From what I understand this prevents messages being sent other people when you make changes. It may include invitations


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I managed to remove all birthdays event on my iPhone calendar. I went to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars, In iCloud and all my email account, I turned off calendar. Then I switch my phone off and on it again. All birthday events in the calendar are now gone.


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This is a feature I find lacking in the current (and previous) versions of iOS. The only step one can take, unless one works on the iOS dev team @ Apple, is to give feedback about the iPhone, and make an enhancement request with this succinct need. I did this months ago, and more folks who would like this functionality in later versions of iOS should make ...


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Short answer… No. There is no public API that manages the "Do Not Disturb" feature. There are also no frameworks that can achieve this. Googling would also say it's not the kind of sandbox breakout Apple would be likely to allow in the future, either.


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After almost 2 months I figured it out. I set up the Gmail/Google Calendar/Google Contacts on my iPhone as an Exchange Account many years ago. Google discontinued this in 2013 for all new users, though it still worked for me (until Nov 17th). Google now uses CardDAV for Contacts and CaIDAV for Calendar (since 2013). They recommend using the Gmail app for ...


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Setting up Google to sync calendars will sync only Google calendars. Your local calendar on your iPhone remains local and is only synced if you choose to do so through iCloud.


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I've had this same issue and unfortunately there is no way to turn off the invitation count one sees on the bottom right of the calendar app. I've shut off all notifications (badges, banners, etc) for calendar and these still show up, at least until the invite is attended to in the email inbox. So if one's admin is completing invites, the counter should in ...


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Try going to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars Here, select each email account you have and toggle the switches for things like notes, calendars, contacts .etc if you turn off calendars, the birthdays should disappear.


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Not without jailbreaking, the notification centre is currently the only place where widgets can be displayed in iOS.


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Swipe down the screen from the top, it will show events you have set to show at the lock-screen. You can decide what to show in Settings > Notifications & whether to allow it at all in Settings > TouchID & Passcode


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Taking hints from above, in Yosemite after re/moving ~/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache I have to re-add a CalDav Account using hints from their support page https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/99358?hl=en to fix Calendar.app's Accounts listing. For some reason all the accounts disappear and the Add button prevents me from adding a Google account. ...


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This is the Notifications button. The Notifications button shows how many invitations you have. If you don’t have any invitations, it isn’t available. Source: Calendar: Reply to an event or calendar invitation The notification button also shows when changes are made to a subscribed calendar. In this case, the standard Accept/Decline/Maybe buttons are ...



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