Exchange server seems to have some link-wrapping routine, so if event creator writes a link to meeting room (e.g. https://meet.example.com/join/room1234), it becomes wrapped (e.g. https://link_defender.example.com/url?u=https-3A__meet.example.com_join_room1234&d=hashLikeSequenceOfCharacters=).

In exchange calendar (in browser) it looks like this: https://meet.example.com/join/room1234<https://link_defender.example.com/url?u=https-3A__meet.example.com_join_room1234&d=hashLikeSequenceOfCharacters=> and leads to meet.example.com/join/room1234 (at least eventually, I can't figure out if there is a redirect. If it matters, I can try to check)

In apple calendar, link looks the same, but leads to https://meet.example.com/join/room1234%3Chttps://link_defender.example.com/url?u=https-3A__meet.example.com_join_room1234&d=hashLikeSequenceOfCharacters=%3E

So, basically, it treats the whole construction as one address and escapes it. Of course, link becomes broken.

Is there a way to fix this? Preferably without need to change exchange server settings, as I don't have access to that.

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