Currently Being ModeratedDec 21, 2012 3:15 AM (in response to John Maisey)
Thanks for the reply. Sadly I have nothing ticked in the Sync Services preferences.
Where could iCal be getting my Exchange calendar from? I have an iPad and an iPhone that both use ActiveSync to get the Exchange Mail/Calendar - could there be some wierdness going on here?
Thanks if you can help.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 21, 2012 7:29 AM (in response to jamesfromshropshire)
I think I discovered where iCal/Calendar is getting the Exchange calendar data from. Initially I wondered whether the iPad/iPhone were doing something odd, but no, the Exchange mail account was set to sync Contacts and Calendar on both, via Active Sync.
I then plugged both devices into the Macbook and opened iTunes and checked the Info tab - "Sync Calendars" was not ticked.
I then discovered that in Mountain Lion a change was made to the Mac System Preferences under Mail, Contacts and Calendar - I saw my Exchange account listed and so clicked to edit it. It brought up a screen showing that Calendar was ticked. I unticked this and my appointments sent to me in Outlook are no longer appearing in ical - which is what i wanted.
Hope this might help someone else.