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hi
is there a widget or some such to automatically accept invites sent to my mobileme account and upload them to iCal?
id like to be able to add events on to outlook on my work pc, include my mobileme address as an invitee and have my mac add it so it syncs with iphone etc.?
any ideas?!

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