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How do I specify target calendar when accepting event notifications?

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I am running Thunderbird 52.7.0 and have several CalDAV calendars set up with "Read only" unchecked and offline mode enabled.

An annoying problem I have is that when I receive an event notification from someone else and I accept it, I am not given a choice in the pop-up dialog box of which calendar I want that event to go to! The most relevant thread I've found is from many years ago: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=1691595 Which didn't provide a concrete answer.

Also, after the event has been added, it's property window also doesn't show an option to move it to another calendar!

How do I solve this so that I can specify which calendar an event goes to once I've accepted it? Thank you.

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

Thanks @Matt for your response, but that's exactly the problem. I don't want my calendar events to be tied into specific email addresses.

However, I think I found a workaround: Keep the email field empty/i.e. don't choose an email for that calendar. After setting it that way, when I accept a meeting notification I'm then presented with a choice of which calendar to put it into!

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you have associated an email address with each calendar to send invites. that same information is used to put the mail into the calendar.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Thanks @Matt for your response, but that's exactly the problem. I don't want my calendar events to be tied into specific email addresses.

However, I think I found a workaround: Keep the email field empty/i.e. don't choose an email for that calendar. After setting it that way, when I accept a meeting notification I'm then presented with a choice of which calendar to put it into!