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    Default Invites and .ics files auto-populate in calendar

    Is there any way to suppress the behavior of Zimbra to automatically place events from incoming e-mail that has .ics attachments in the user's calendar?

    Also, is there a way to toggle invitations as public or private?

    Presently, we're trying to share our calendars with a few calendar managers, but the pepperings of unsolicited invites that show in the calendar drives the managers crazy. Short of creating a secondary calendar and sharing it with the managers (thus allowing the default Zimbra calendar instance to receive and display all the invites), is there a way to deal with these? Maybe a way to turn off this auto-populate behavior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsmarler View Post
    Is there any way to suppress the behavior of Zimbra to automatically place events from incoming e-mail that has .ics attachments in the user's calendar?
    Looks like in the admin interface you can change this under the appropriate COS. However, before I do that myself, I'm just wondering why the default is to automatically populate calendar items into one's calendar? Seems like this could get messy.....
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    Oh wait. One cannot set the default value for Automatically add received appointments to calendar. This can be changed in one's personal Preferences, but I don't see where the default can be set to off for this....

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