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There is a check boxes list on top left of iCal. Check the one that says what you want to display. Here, invitations.


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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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As Feuermurmel says, you can create a new calendar and move it there. But instead of hiding the new calendar, you can just delete the calendar. Worked well for me; the event is gone with no notifications.


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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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