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Let's review the options that are currently available. How to Stop Them Nov 26, 2016 - 71 Comments Nobody likes spam, but if you have an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, there's a good chance you've found a new avenue Go to iCloud.com (yes the website) and login as usual Click "Calendar" Click the little gear icon in the corner, then choose "Preferences" Choose "Advanced" and then scroll down to "Invitations" Home Mac OS X iPhone iPad Tips & Tricks Jailbreak News iOS Get iCloud Calendar Spam Invites? navigate here
Option 1: Stop Calendar Spam Notifications with iCloud All this method does is redirect the Calendar spam from Notifications into email instead. Sometimes you might even get the same type of crud appearing through iCloud Photo Sharing spam or iCloud Reminder spam as well as Calendar invitation spam. Remember if you're doing this from an iPhone or iPad, you'll likely need to login to iCloud.com on the web via iOS with the desktop site rather than the mobile version There are a few ways you can go about dismissing and trying to prevent the spam Calendar invites from appearing on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
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It's not a perfect solution but it should prevent the annoying Calendar spam notifications from showing up on your screen constantly. Option 2: Move Calendar Spam Invitations to a Spam Calendar and Delete Another workaround that has been tossed around on Apple Discussions site is redirecting the spam notifications into a separate A problem with this approach is if you actually regularly use Calendar invitations then you'll no longer get those notifications either, so you will miss those and the Calendar invite spam 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.
On the Mac or iPhone, open Calendar app Create a new iCloud calendar, label it something obvious like "SpamCalendar" Choose the junk invite and move the spam event invitations to the These spam Calendar invites get forced onto your iPhone or computer as notifications and Calendar invitations for spam junk products with labels like "ray-ban", "Oakley", "Louis Vuitton", "handbags", or some mixed