Every sync takes 10 minutes due to many messages missing from remote
yourewatchingtreehouse at gmail.com
Sat Feb 8 02:20:26 GMT 2014
Unfortunately, an Office 365 invitation doesn't seem to arrive as an
attachment. All that's received is an email with a link to Web mail
(the link doesn't seem to serve any other purpose). There are no
attachments. The mail headers aren't very revealing either. This is
why I think clients such as Outlook must be using something like
Exchange Web Services (EWS), or something else non-obvious.
On 1/27/14, Tomasz Żok <tomasz.zok at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2014-01-26 at 22:24, Tree House wrote:
>> If OfflineIMAP only syncs mail, then I'll need to look for something that
>> can sync my Office 365 calendar with remind, or make my own utility. I
>> don't want to keep missing meetings. :(
> Usually calendar events and invitations are sent as attachments with
> text/calendar MIME in the iCalendar format (see for example:
> AFAIK, there are Ruby, Perl or Python bindings to parse iCalendar format.
> probably you can push events to "remind" automatically with a script and
> postsynchook capability of OfflineIMAP.
> Best regards,
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