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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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If you have the Time Zone enabled in Calender Preferences it will do just that, show you events in different time zone. That is indicated by the ability to select time zones in top right corner of the Calendar. So when you enter new event it will default to the Zulu time :), aka GMT , aka UTC time. That is the world wide basis time to which all others are ...


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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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It is possible to that on Mavericks Calendar. There should be a small arrow to the right of the invitees name, when clicked it opens a pop up where you can remove it.


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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 found out that this basically is not possible. To compensate I have added a user on each of the systems which basically only has a calendar with whom I share the calendar appointments. In the calendar Mac app I then add these additional accounts.



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