I’m using an Android app called One Calendar to be able to view an axigen calendar remotely (without logging into axigen webmail) over caldav,
Which works great. But…
I can’t see meeting requests in the calendar until they’ve been responded to in some way via the webmail interface…
I believe this is a “feature” of One Calendar as I’ve looked at the caldav traffic between axigen and One Calendar and noticed that invites that have been responded to contain a STATUS:CONFIRMED whereas initially the caldav traffic contains the appointment but there is no STATUS: entry present in the <A:response> data.
So… the question:
Is it possible to set up a server side filter to auto accept meeting invites? I don’t need them to be replied to, I just need them to go straight in the calendar as confirmed rather than as tentative so that One Calendar will show them without me having to log into a web interface to accept meeting requests just to see them in the calendar.
Actually they just need “responding” to somehow - I’ll explain. If I respond to a meeting request as tentative, this is enough to put it in the calendar so that One Calendar can see it, even though it has not been “accepted”. I notice that the STATUS: CONFIRMED flag is still present in the caldav traffic for invites that have been responded to as “tentative”.
Any ideas? Thanks,