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    Default Questions about appointments in shared calendars

    Hi,

    we have shared our calendars to each other with manager rights (rwidx). We are using both the webfrontend and Outlook.

    Now I see two issues:

    1. When I add an appointment for someone else using the web frontend I automatically add an appointment for myself which I cannot remove or change. There should be a way to add an appointment only for somebody else.

    2. When an appointment is accepted in Outlook then the status in the Calendar does not change, it still says action required.

    Any comments on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chh View Post
    1. When I add an appointment for someone else using the web frontend I automatically add an appointment for myself which I cannot remove or change. There should be a way to add an appointment only for somebody else.
    Can you update to 5.0.6 and attempt this again? That seems like really odd behavior/bug.

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    I will try and report back, not sure when I get around to it.

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