ICS generator function verson 2.19.4

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1 year 2 months ago - 1 year 2 months ago #157472 by Wynand Louw
ICS generator function version 2.19.5 was created by Wynand Louw
Since the update, the employee ICS file adds to the date it is opened within MS Outlook. There is no way to change or move the appointment to the correct date and time f the appointment. The administrator email and notification are added correctly to the MS Outlook diary.

Please can you fix this issue?
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1 year 2 months ago #157474 by Mr. Dam
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OK, i will find solution to send notification emails to customers when the order is update
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1 year 1 month ago - 1 year 1 month ago #157772 by Wynand Louw
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We are missing each other. When a client makes a booking, Admin receives an email with the booking information and an Outlook.ics file for the calendar.

When Admin opens the ICS file, the booking for the customer is added to the Outlook diary on the date and time of the booking. Even though the Client name does not appear on the Outlook ICS file, one can add the name and edit that into the heading after saving.

The notification that the employee receives also has an Outlook.ics for the appointment, however,  the date of the file saving is the same day you open the file and not the time and date of the actual booking.
 

The date must be Tuesday 09 May 2023 10:00-11:00 not Wednesday 19 April  2023 15:03-15:03

The Staff cannot edit the file to change the date or the time and date. One cannot add the client's name at all.

Hope this guides you in the right direction.
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