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I have a birthday on my calendar that I am unable to delete. When I try, it says I am not the calendar administrator and to contact calendar administrator. Is there a way to override this on my own computer? Person is not in my contacts. Thanks
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I have a birthday on my calendar that I am unable to delete. When I try, it says I am not the calendar administrator and to contact calendar administrator. Is there a way to override this on my own computer? Person is not in my contacts. Thanks
I have never heard of that error message, and even searching Google fails to turn anything up. Please re-check that error message and type it out EXACTLY as displayed. A screen cap may help, if it doesn't contain anything sensitive.


Please verify and include the exact model/year of your Mac and OS X version number (available from "About This Mac", then "More Info" on the Apple menu).
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