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Outlook calendars: Auto accept meeting invitations without having Exchange server.

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Hi,

Is it possible to auto accept meeting invites without having MS Exchange server with Outlook client?
I'm asking because we don't have Exchange server and we publish our calendars in company using WebDAV including team calendars. For team calendars we would like to be able to put meetings there without need of accepting them on machine which runs outlook which hosts these calendars.

Kind regards
Greg
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Hi,

Thank you very much. This is what I need.

Kind regards
Greg
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