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Old 11-03-2007, 11:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So, after doing lots of searching here and around the net, I found the following regarding sending/receiving meeting invites. I'd say this is a bug in 4.2.2 (cannot check on other OSes as I don't have any other BBs).
Anyway, every time you create or sync appointment and save it, it get's connected to one of your email addresses on the BB. Seems, that BB is using the same address for ALL appointments. The problem is that you cannot change it afterwards using any of the BBs options. So, all your meeting invites/responces will go out using that address.
You can delete CICAL service book for that address, but be aware that ALL ENTRIES in the calendar will disappear when you do that. Proving that calendar entries get connected to 1 email address. By deleting CICAL books for addresses you don't need to use for calendar, you can get your calendar entries assigned to the address you want to use. However, be aware of another issue, if you then go to Service Books and choose Undelete from the menu, it will return deleted service book AND ALL CALENDAR entries that were synced with that address, thus duplicating your entries if you had synced to a different CICAL address in the interim.

I hope my ramblings are understandable, but I think this is a major bug in the OS and I was not able to find anything to prove that RIM is aware of it. All the documentation from them states that by going to Default Services and choosing CMIME that you want to use it will also set the same address for Meeting Invites. That however, has no affect what so ever on the calendar.

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P.S. Oh, and I am on AT&T's BIS with 4 addresses. No BES.

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In a nutshell, keep the one CICAL account in your service books to keep as the default and delete the others
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Except that others will return if you resend service books. Also, that does not help if you need to be able to send/respond from more then one address
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