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How do I stop Apple Mail from opening because of iCal appointments?

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How do I set Mac Mail to accept calendar invites from some but not all accounts?

I have three mail accounts in mac Mail - Personal, Work local, and Work global. I'd like to receive calendar invites from the first two, but the third is much too busy with invites that don't concern ...
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Printing full calendar invitation?

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How can I add a comment when I decline an invite in iCal or Apple Mail?

I'm using iCal to manage my calendar on an Exchange server. In outlook, when I accepted or declined a meeting, I was able to add a comment telling the sender why I couldn't make the meeting. With ...
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iCal uses a built in script file to email reminders through Mail.app. It works great, but I don't use Mail.app for my main email account, just for sending calendar notifications. So, Mail.app opens ...
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How disable Apple iCal from popping up with every email invite/update?

My iCal has new behavior (since upgrading to SL). Every time I get an ical attachment in Mail, the iCal app flies up in my face. I don't see any way to turn off this behavior and it's amazingly ...
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1answer
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How to stop receiving an error reading iCal invitations on Mac sent from Thunderbird?

When I open an iCal invitation (Mail Attachment.ics file) in Mac Mail.app sent to me from someone using Thunderbird, I receive the following error: The only solution that I've found to date is to ...