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I have a client that sends out an invite and the person he is sending it to is using iCal, but only 'On My Mac' files. So when that person accepts the event, instead of the acceptance email coming back with the file 'meeting.ics' It comes back as 'iCal-20120517-040116.ics', which does not seem to be processed by Kerio Connect. Is there something that says the attachment has to be 'meeting.ics' for it to be processed?

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Bumping this again, as it has reared its ugly head again. This time when the person accepting the event, the email came back with the file attachment of ical-reply.ics. Which was not processed by Kerio Connect, since it appears that it has to have the attachment be meeting.ics

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Bryan at Deneb

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Did you ever find the cause of the iCal-reply.ics file being delivered?

This has been going on for a while in our company and I would like to resolve this annoying problem.

Thanks!

Bryan
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