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Re: [SOGo] iphone and calendar alerts

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  • From: Mark Adams < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] iphone and calendar alerts
  • Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2010 22:31:09 +0100

Hi Ryan,

Yes - This has been the case for some time. Why does apple not provide a
"disable alarm" option on the calendars like any other calendar
application does! (iCal included..)

I'm currently awaiting confirmation about sponsoring inverse fixing this
in the backend... email me if your company might be interested in
sharing the cost.


On Tue, Aug 03, 2010 at 03:58:25PM -0500, Ryan Evans wrote:
> Anyone using SOGo and iPhones, are y'all seeing that if you are
> subscribed to other calendars and they have alarms, then you get the
> notification on the iphone, even if the "Show Alarms" box isn't checked?
> I am subscribed to a shared calendar that has a user taking vacation
> this week, every night at midnight I get a alert on my iphone that has
> the title of the calendar event on it. In thunderbird, i have the box
> unchecked for "show alarms" and in the web i have the box unchecked as
> well, but still get the notifications! Was curious if anyone else is
> seeing this, doing some googling, turns out that people had this issue
> on the google calenders but after disabling notifications on the
> calendars, the problem went away on the google ones..... Doesn't seem
> to be going away with the SOGo ones. This happens even when the calendar
> (on the iphone and on thunderbird) is UNchecked or disabled. It's
> getting annoying as we are starting to deploy more and more iphones.
> TIA,
> Ryan
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