Sharing Calendar Option Is Greyed In Outlook For Mac

Sharing Calendar Option Is Greyed In Outlook For Mac

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I recently upgraded from a Lion Core 2 duo to a Mountain Lion late 2011 MacBook Pro. Migrated my user directory and applications using Migration Assistent. Video capture on a mac.

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The 'On My Mac' Calendars from my old system show up in iCal, but are greyed out. Old events are showing up with the correct colors, but if I try to edit them I'm not allowed to assign them to any of the old calendars. In addition iCal is not allowing me to assign new events to calendars'On My Mac'. Mac or windows for daw. I'm not using iCloud, not trying to sync with other calendar providers. All I want is to be able to add new events using my existing set of calendars and calendar groups. A cursory search suggests that there is a cache file I need to delete, but no information on what/where this cache exists. Looks like the problem is with Calendar Groups.

If I create a new calendar that isn't in a group I can add events to that calendar. I've tried creating a new Calendar Group, then creating a calendar inside that group. I can't create events in the new Calendar if it is inside a Calendar group. All of this is 'On My Mac', not in iCloud. My instincts are telling me this is a permissions problem, but the internals of iCal aren't clear to me and I'm not comfortable chmod'ing files/directories willy nilly. Quit the application.

You need to look in your user Library/Calendars for the cache. Hold down the option key while using the Finder “ Go To Folder ” command. Enter ~/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache.

Move the file to your desktop. Open the application and test.

If it works okay, delete the cache from the desktop. If the application is the same, return the.plist(s) to where you got them from, overwriting the newer ones. If you prefer to make your user library permanently visible, use the Terminal command found below. You might want to bookmark the command. I had to use it again after I installed 10.8.4. I have also been informed that if you drag the user library to Finder it will remain visible.

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