Did You Know: Show/Hide Declined Meetings

Did you know that you can choose to show or hide deleted meetings on your Zimbra Calendar?

By default, if you decline a meeting invitation, the meeting is still displayed on your Zimbra Calendar very faintly, as shown below. Because it is still displayed, you can right-click the meeting and change your response at any time.

Declined meeting_2015 Oct 13

You can change your Zimbra Calendar Preferences so declined meetings are not displayed on the calendar. To do this:

  1. Click the Preferences tab, and select Calendar.
  2. Uncheck the Show declined meetings option, as shown below.

Calendar Preferences Show Declined meetings




3 Responses to Did You Know: Show/Hide Declined Meetings

  1. JD November 18, 2015 at 5:06 PM #

    As I stated before I have tried installing Zimbra Desktop for months now, I have now uninstalled my existing version of Zimbra. If I cannot get Zimbra to install clean with all the work-a-rounds that have been suggested I am done with Zimbra.

    I Zimbra ever get the problem resolved with the java error I would love to return but until then, I have had enough.


  2. Nitin December 4, 2015 at 5:13 AM #

    i want to know any training program in new delhi, india.
    as per courses offered on website it cost 2000 USD but actually too expensive as per indian currency and me too actually.
    plz suggest.


    • Gayle Billat December 4, 2015 at 11:32 AM #

      Hello Nitin – I sent you an email regarding training in India. Thank you, Gayle

Copyright © 2022 Zimbra, Inc. All rights reserved.

All information contained in this blog is intended for informational purposes only. Synacor, Inc. is not responsible or liable in any manner for the use or misuse of any technical content provided herein. No specific or implied warranty is provided in association with the information or application of the information provided herein, including, but not limited to, use, misuse or distribution of such information by any user. The user assumes any and all risk pertaining to the use or distribution in any form of any subject matter contained in this blog.

Legal Information | Privacy Policy | Do Not Sell My Personal Information | CCPA Disclosures