Create Event should include a Boolean to enable an option to 'send notifications to attendees'
I need to restore events from a user calendar through MS Graph API without notification sent to the attendees. The problem is that when the event is created, it automatically sends an email to all attendees, whether it's old or new event. I want to just create the event without any email send. I also tried to add a ResponseRequested=false and responseStatus=None properties, but it's do nothing.
I'm unable to find any option how to control this. Create Event should include a Boolean to enable an option to 'send notifications to attendees' if its false then it will not send calendar invite to attendee otherwise send.
Florian Heymel commented
This feature is missing for us as well. We need to synchronize our SaaS Booking application with Exchange Calendars of our users. So newly created appointments need to be created in the users exchange calendar, but we do not want to send an invitation to the "booker"/attendee, since we already send a booking confirmation via our software. A second mail with an invitation is very confusing and annoying. Google Calendar Api supports this, so i would be very happy to see this features soon in Grpah API too.
Skweda O'Bomsawin commented
Agree. This functionality is missing especially when you want to create and auto-accept meetings.
Especially when you think EWS supports this (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/microsoft.exchange.webservices.data.appointment.save?view=exchange-ews-api)