It does not change as long as you are
changing just instance dates.
It only changes if you change the entire
We were originally discussing changing
instance dates. My response was in that scope.
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Doug Royer <Doug@xxxxxxxxx> Sent by: owner-ietf-calendar@xxxxxxxxxxxx
09/07/2003 02:33 PM
Please respond to
Re: [Fwd: CAP-12 - interm
> > With the RECURRENCE-ID issue you and Robert have changed
> > several times, yet claim
> > he is the one that is pig headed. Your so arrogant you
will not even
> > admit that you changed your mind or opinion and you still
> > with lies and insults. You started the RECURRENCE-ID issue
> > that it was fixed forever. Now you say it changes
with the set,
> > you changed your mind to be mostly compatible with the
> > model, admit it and stop slamming him or anyone simply
> > you changed your mind to agree with them.
> We did not change are minds. The scope of the original discussion
> changing an instance of a repeat set.
> It was than asked is there ever a case where the recurrence-id's can
Re-read the archives, You declared that it never changed.
You said on May 19:
> I disagree, the recurrence-id must always refer to the original date.
> of the meeting. Lets say i had a 5 day repeating meeting. However
invited > you to just Monday Tuesday to start with, but for some reason
> received the mail yet.
> I now reschedule Thursday Friday to a later time in the day and add
> to the invitee list.
> You now get a sequence 2 invite for Thursday Friday
> Later you finally receive the meeting for Monday Tuesday with sequence
> If I allow recurrence dates to reset on a reschedule, I can not tell
> Monday Tuesday invitee was rescheduled to Thursday Friday or if this
> separate invite.
Now you claim that it changes under some circumstances.
And you have later admitted that because you got the sequence 2 before
the sequence 1 that you would know to do a REFRESH.