I just upgraded to Lightning 0.7 and Google Provider 0.3, and I get a weird issue that I've never gotten before. Not sure if it's a Lightning 0.7 bug or a Google Provider 0.3 bug. Steps to reproduce: - Set up a Google Calendar account in Lightning - Accept an emailed invitation, and if you get a "Select Calendar" dialog, select your Google calendar. Expected results: - A new event is created in google calendar, based on the invitation. Actual results: - Same as expected results, PLUS: new invitations are automatically sent for your Google Calendar event to all invitees on the original event. (on the behalf of your Google Calendar account) - You, as an inviteee, will also receive an invitation to this duplicate event. And if you accept *that* into your google calendar, the process will repeat, with a new Google Calendar event being created and more invitations being sent out. If it's relevant, here are more details about my setup: - I'm using Lightning for a non-gmail email account (my @mozilla.com one) - I already had my Google calendar set up for read/write access in Lighning 0.5, before the upgrade to 0.7.
Summary: Google Calendar automatically sends out invitations to a new Google Calendar event, when you accept an event via Lightning → When you accept an event via Lightning into Google Calendar, duplicate invitations are sent out
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 400808
Component: Lightning Only → E-mail based Scheduling (iTIP/iMIP)
QA Contact: lightning → email-scheduling
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