2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 7, 2013 5:53 PM by plane201
plane201 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

I am having trouble sending meeting invites from my mac calendar. I use a private domain email and I am not sure if this is causing a problem. I can send meeting requests from my ipad using this email. when i try to add the email as an account within the mac calendar it does not accept it - it says the server doesn't support ical. Is there a solution or does mac calendar not support these type of email accounts??

 

thanks


MacBook Air, iOS 6.1.3
  • 1. Re: not able to send meeting requests
    Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (35,420 points)

    plane201 wrote:

     

    it says the server doesn't support ical. Is there a solution or does mac calendar not support these type of email accounts??

     

    thanks

    As you have not told us what type of email account it is that's a very difficult question to answer but, Mac Mail (which is the mechanism used by iCal and Calendar to send invitations) supports POP, Imap and Exchange accounts, that's pretty much every mail account. What type is yours?

  • 2. Re: not able to send meeting requests
    plane201 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    First - i had a lot of trouble setting up my email on my macbookAir- my data was migrated from a PC. i have one email account working and still can't get my second one working. when i try to set up my email account in mac calendar, it says no CalDAV servers were found for my domain. it is a POP incoming and STMP outgoing. now there is a screent that asks for CalDAV for the server address. Then it askes for calendar serer options and asks for a server path.

    My eamil support person susggests i go with Office 360 for 99$ a month. It seems to me that it should work...

     

    Thanks