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Spacey

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Hi!

Short question: Person A deligates (using the deligation feature) his calendar to person B.

B can not use the OSX calendar app -> settings -> accounts -> deligation settings - to activate the deligated calendar within his/hers calendar app. This works very fine!

Question: How can person B now get this deligated calendar in/on his/hers iPhone? Is there any chance to do so?

Thanks & regards!
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[Updated on: Mon, 10 October 2016 16:30]


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Spacey

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Hi Carsten!

Yes - and no Smile

I can of course additionally *share* that calendar. But with that I'd have that one calendar from A 2 times in calendar app of B, eh?! One from the deligation and one from the share?!

Is a "normal" share a good alternative to the deligation feature?

Thx!
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