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Question: Calendar High Sierra Issue

Hello,


I recently upgraded my macs (MacBook Pro, iMac & MacPro) to High Sierra. On Calendar, I've lost the ability to accept an invite to the appropriate calendar. On previous incarnations of osX, I had the ability to choose which calendar an invite went to, via a drop-down that would appear when clicking/holding accept in the popup (pop down?) that appeared when clicking on the button (in Calendars top header/border) showing x# of invites in my mailbox. I would have then be able to choose from any of calendars (all associated with my domain / google apps calendar)... whether it was my work calendar, family calendar or my son's activities calendar, etc.


After the upgrade, I'm only being given the option of accepting invites into my work calendar (no others appear) which is a drag as this calendar is shared with others. Is there a way to correct this?


Thanks!

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May 29, 2018 1:33 PM in response to BTSman In response to BTSman

Added note: I looked through preferences to see if anything was different and I did turn up account delegation. After making sure I'd checked all the CalDav accounts associated with my Calendar / Email / Notes and to which I have read/write access... I restarted the apps, then system, but no luck! I still can't accept appointments to the calendar in which they belong.

May 29, 2018 1:33 PM

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Jun 15, 2018 6:40 PM in response to Barney-15E In response to Barney-15E

Thanks Barney-15e... I've now spent quite a deal of time with elevated Apple support and it turns out that since the upgrade to High Sierra, the calendar will still work as expected invites sent to an icloud email address but not invites sent to/from gmail accounts (however, it used to work properly with gmail / google calendar accounts in all previous osX iterations). But since the upgrade to High Sierra, the function is no longer working. However, I've been told the calendar team is aware of it and that it wouldn't be unlikely that the features would return in a future update. Unfortunately, it means I have to switch to using google calendar going forward as I can't have my personal invites ending up on my work calendar. Bummer.

Jun 15, 2018 6:40 PM

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