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Old Oct 26th, 2019, 05:00 PM   #1
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GMail sends out 1000s of appointments

so i had a client call me saying that his gmail account would send out 1000s of appointments - i didnt believe him.. he sent it from his gmail account using apple calendar or his iPhone calendar to me and it worked.. i received the email into apple mail and it worked

so then i tested by setting up my account using MS outlook client on mac it would trigger a 1000 appointments.. so then we tested by creating and appointment using webmail it worked..

so there must be a bug with apple ical/mail & iPhone calendar that when you create an appointment and it sends to a device using outlook desktop app it goes bananas..

any one ever seen that? i told them your first mistake was using gmail for your company lol
I offered to migrate their domain over to MS365 instead..
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