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1378 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 4, 2010 2:10 PM by amorican
I'd like to second this one as well.
I have my default address for Mac Mail and iPhone set to my work address and everything works fine there.
The new iCal, however, sends meeting requests out using my Mobile Me address. There is no obvious way to change this behavior so that I can set a different default address for iCal.
Thanks in advance for the assistance.
MichaelMac Book, Mac OS X (10.6.4)
I had a similar issue, here's what eventually worked for me:
Up until the MM update this week, all my calendars ("Work", "Home") were "On My Mac" and were always synced over the air. To be able to respond to invites with my work email address, the latter had to be the first one in the list of email addresses in my own address card in Address Book. I barely ever receive any invites on my home calendar, so if I ever responded to them with my work email, that wouldn't have been an issue for me. On the other hand, it was very important for me that responses sent from my work calendar were sent with my work email address.
Since the MM update, it seems that I can respond to an invite ONLY IF the invite was sent to my MM email address. Remember that after the upgrade, all your "On My Mac" calendars have been moved to "YOU@ME.COM". So I created a new work calendar "On My Mac", and when I receive an invite, instead of double-clicking it, I drag it to my work calendar. Then I'm able to respond to it with the correct work email address. The downside is that now the calendars "On My Mac" don't sync over the air thru MM anymore, so my iPhone is only updated when it syncs with iTunes.Macbook, Mac OS X (10.6.4)