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    Yannick Reekmans commented  · 

    In addition, I believe there is value in these two things too:
    - ability to subscribe to the whole calendar: a link on Graph (with authentication) that can be added as an “Internet Calendar” in Outlook so that changes are reflected instead of a one off shot. If I can dream: it would allow all $filter to let my personalise it 😉. Things to filter on are id, seriesMasterId, startDate and endDate
    - ability to subscribe to a specific event, but that might be covered by a subscription on the whole Calendar and then putting a $filter on it.

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    Hi Yannick,
    showInAddressList filter support for User object in now under consideration.
    We will update the status when we will have more info to share.

    PS: The Group object property hideFromAddressLists is from Exchange service (not AAD), and currently doesn’t support filtering.
    I suggest you opening another feedback to track with this other request separately.

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