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iCal invites 400 error

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jdj74 Calculating status...
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Feb 17, 2012 4:18 PM

Whenever my fiance sends me a calendar invite, whether from her work calendar or her yahoo calendar—via her blackberry or web—the invites default to my work calendar (a Google apps type account I'm calling ___@work.com) and not my personal calendar, an @mac.com account.

 

So first off, how can I get incoming invites to default to my iCloud calendar and not my work calendar?

 

Second, I always try to switch the invites to my iCloud calendar, but when I do, I get the following error:

 

 

The server responded with an error.

 

The request for “___@work.com” in account “___@work.com” failed.

 

The server responded with

“400”

to operation CalDAVScheduleEventQueueableOperation.

 

<Go Offline>  <Revert to Server>

 

Neither buttons seem to do anything (what do they mean anyway?) but sometimes create duplicate events.

 

Any ideas?

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.4.8)
  • soundtekdude Calculating status...
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    Oct 11, 2012 4:24 AM (in response to jdj74)

    I got this when I wanted to change an invited event from a gmail event to an icloud event.

     

    I found that it went away by opening up my gmail account in a web browser and manually deleting the event from there.

     

    I have now set my default calender as an icloud event.

     

    The google interaction with ical has never been that clever. I now do not use google calender at all. 

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