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Remove calendar occurrence in MAC

Posted on 2014-02-20
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I have scheduled meetings in MAC calendar from my previous company that keep popping up. I would like to delete them…

I wonder what are the steps to take to do that ?

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Hit Delete and a dialog box comes up asking if you want to delete only this instance or all future events. Choose All future events.

If this does not stop it is possible that your old email account is still on your mac.

Check inside System Preferences>Mail, Contacts & Calendars and inside the Calendar: Preferences>Accounts. Delete the old account if it is still there.
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it worked …..Thanks
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Glad to hear.
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