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kessler

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Hello everybody,

at the moment we have an info-account set up with multiple calendars for the whole office. Everybody has (besides his own personal account) the info-account set up on their MacOS machine via CalDav. This leads to some synchronization problems. So i wanted to remove the info-account from everybody's machine and share the calendars via the CalDav-Sharing-feature with some specific groups (everybody from domain or some custom set up group).

Since i wanted to avoid to set up new public calendars, export the old ones and import the dates into the new public calendars, i simply disabled CalDav-Syncronization for the info-account (so i can delete the Info-account from everybodys machine later) and set up the sharing via the webclient.

The first problem is: How can i enable the CalDav-Sharing for everybody. Do i really have to log in everybody's account, enable the shared calendar AND set up CalDav-sharing if they missed one or all from the like 20 invitations? Anyway i did it for some users and now everybody gets some email forwarded about declined events (user xxx declined event yyy. To handle this cancellation, click the link below.) even if nobody clicked something.

How can i disable this email-forwarding and which is the best way to set up my calendars? Should i somehow export/import them into public calendars will this disable the email-forwarding?

Greetings
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