Updating mobileme calendar
Another workaround that has been tossed around on Apple Discussions site is redirecting the spam notifications into a separate spam calendar, and then removing that calendar.The problem with this approach is you will need to do this everytime you get a spam invite, which at the moment can be a few per day. Not really, but this allows you to delete the i Cloud spam calendar invites without responding to them and without notifying the sender.Microsoft has recently made two quiet, small, but important updates to its online calendaring effort, Windows Live Calendar.These changes include an update to its Web-based Live Calendar, which is typically accessed via the Hotmail Web site, and a new beta version of the Outlook Connector software, which allows you to access Windows Live Hotmail, Contacts, and, now, Calendar via Microsoft's popular Outlook application. With Google seemingly owning the Web-based email and personal information management (PIM) space with Gmail and Google Calendar, and Apple touting its so-called "push" capabilities via Mobile Me, it appears that Microsoft's own cloud-based efforts for consumes have stalled.However, some Exchange users prefer to keep personal information separate from work information.It is possible for them to sync non-Exchange information from Outlook to their i Phones via i Tunes while syncing Exchange information over the air.
All this method does is redirect the Calendar spam from Notifications into email instead.Nobody likes spam, but if you have an i Phone, i Pad, or Mac, there’s a good chance you’ve found a new avenue of spam on your Apple device lately: i Cloud Calendar spam invites!These spam Calendar invites get forced onto your i Phone or computer as notifications and Calendar invitations for spam junk products with labels like “ray-ban”, “Oakley”, “Louis Vuitton”, “handbags”, or some mixed Chinese characters or other garbage, and, amazingly enough, with Calendar and i Cloud, there is no simple way to ignore them.The service provides its users with means to store data such as documents, photos, and music on remote servers for download to i OS, mac OS or Windows devices, to share and send data to other users, and to manage their Apple devices if lost or stolen.The service also provides the means to wirelessly back up i OS devices directly to i Cloud, instead of being reliant on manual backups to a host Mac or Windows computer using i Tunes.