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  1. One of my top-level calendars is missing. Do you have a back-up solution? How about a trash-bin approach where items expire after decomposing there for a few days, while others on the top can be fished out (in the case of a mistake).
  2. For an event with no start/end time, the email shows that it both starts and ends at the specified time. This may be confusing to some. I'd change it to delete the "end" time.
  3. I cannot find how editor accounts work. If I have editor accounts can I limit them to specific calendars?
  4. Can the form auto-update with a drop-down list for all my calendars? For example, if I add a new calendar in Trumba, will it show-up in the form?
  5. The intention of my other post kinda went somewhere else (vida-infra). Any way, I'm back on the subject of having more control over Trumba emails. Since I already have a large list server running, I do not want to inflict pain on my users by having them subscribe AGAIN to another Trumba-based list server. Thus what I've done is white-listed the email account that my Trumba email comes from (i.e. MyCal@Trumba.com) within my current list-server. Thus, when my scheduled Trumba email is sent to my list-server (i.e. MyList@somewhere.com), it's relayed to my subscribers. Got that? Good. Now you can appreciate why I want to customize my emails. I do not want Trumba's default disclaimer/unsubscribe footer in the calendar event mailings. This is confusing to my list subscribers.
  6. So this is already in the works - good. In the mean time, I bet there is an RSS to email service out there can do this.
  7. Just like the templates for published calendars, are there templates for emailed calendar events? In other words, can I format how my emails look?
  8. Anyone know how to display the xCAL data in an RSS feed? I tried XSLT for RSS, but it does not understand the xCAL terms. Basically, I'm looking for a custom stylesheet that can display the xCAL data.
  9. It sure would be nice to have a Rich Text Editor built into the Forms we use to add calendar events. My non-techie users hate using the HTML tags (i.e. <b>, <i>, etc). It could be as simple as the one you offer here in the forum. Maybe put it at the top of the form so it could be used in any text field. Please?
  10. I love Trumba, and we use it to mail a list server for our PTO. The problem I have is that the weekly scheduled mailings span last week and next week. Is there a way to have the mailing span only the next two weeks? Thanks!
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