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Icloud share calendar

Posted on 2012-03-16
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I've share my iPhone's calendar on Icloud with my friend.
I can see my friend calendar and he can see mine.

But everytime he add something on his calendar, I receive an mail.
And everytime I put something in mine he received an mail.

How to stop this mail info.
We don't want to receive mail for all modif or add......

thanks in advance for your help
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Question by:Isa128
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Hi Isa128,

The answer to your question is that iCloud has a setting which you can turn on and off for a shared calendar to Send An Email When The calendar is changed.  This you need to turn off for your calendar you have shared and for your friends calendar that he has shared for you.

Now one way (not the only way) of achieving this goal is;

Open iCloud.com in your browser and log in.
Go to the Calendar
On the left you will see all your calendar names
The one you have shared has a colored little circle to the right of the name.
Click on this and a little window will pop up.
This will show the people you have shared the calendar with
Then at the bottom you will see the check box to turn off.
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by:Isa128
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ahhhhh
my god ..... soooo simple !! ;-)))

Thanks a lot
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by:darbid73
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There is a reason why they say "Apple ....it just works"
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by:Isa128
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Yes of course... I usually think more complexe with PC ;-))

Do you know if it's takes a time to be active?

Cause I made the change on both calendar...and stil the same problem....
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by:darbid73
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I have no idea.  It might take a while for it to "sync" around all your devices if you are using an iPhone etc.  For me it seemed although I didn't really test it to be instant.
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