6 Replies Latest reply: Jun 3, 2014 4:27 AM by vikingseekinghome
Jayco_9 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

Hi there,

 

Since upgrading my macbook air to Mavricks, my calendar doesn't seem to automatically add calendar invitations from mail. I've already missed an important meeting as a result of this as I have a rule in apple mail to move all meeting invitations to a folder.

 

I have the option in Apple mail under Preferences > General > Add invitiations to Calendar "Automatically" selected. Within the calendar app, I note the preference in the Advanced tab of the Calendar Preferences to automatically import CalDav from Mail under Mountain Lion is no longer there under Mavericks.

 

I've tested a few times by sending meeting invitations from within my wife's Calendar on her mac. I receive her invitation in Apple mail but my Calendar does not recognise the invitation, which means I now have to accept the invitation by clicking on the link within Apple mail, which launches safari & then I have to download the ics file. Upon further testing, I discovered that when the Calendar app is running AT THE SAME TIME the meeting invitation comes into apple mail, the Calendar App will automatically import into Calendar. However, it imports it as an event & doesn't give me the option of accepting or declining. Is anyone else experiencing this? I've always known the calendar appp has had it's limitations but I can't believe that the default calendar application on 2 mac's can't even send meeting invitations to each other?!