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    iilievsk is offline Junior Member
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    Is it possible to email a Calendar as attachment and then the user to automatically accept and add the meetings to their current Calendar?

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    Default Email Calendar as Attachment

    Export the calendar data in .ics format and send it as an email attachment. The recipient imports the data into his/her calendar.

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    Thank you for your quick reply. But when I try to send an email to a location, it says that the email doesn't exists. Why is this happening?

    To get to the bottom of the problem, I need to send an appointment to location's email, and then the appointment should be automatically added to that location's Calendar.

    Tell me if this is even possible. (It should be done by outside email.)

    Thank you.

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    Is the email address correct?

    I do not believe you can send one appointment as an attachment and have it automatically added to the calendar

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