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I've figured it out on my own using help from the following site: http://weblogs.asp.net/wkriebel/106767 Which explains the proper syntax for referencing the ICS file which should be as follows: http://[site name]/_vti_bin/owssvr.dll?CS=109?Cmd=Display&CacheControl=1&List=[ListGUID]&ID=[EventID]&Using=Lists%2fEvents/event.ics And ...
That would involve a good amount of code and probably be easier to accomplish via a link to Exchange than through a calendar event created locally. It may be simpler to just use html in the calendar event description to link to the document stored on SharePoint.
The way I got around this was setting up my workflow to e-mail myself, creating a rule in Outlook that recognized a unique subject (like "[SP] New Item Created"), and redirected it to desired group. More information on Outlook rules here: https://support.office.com/en-sg/article/Manage-email-messages-by-using-rules-c24f5dea-9465-4df4-ad17-a50704d66c59 I ...
You can do this using Calendar Overlays. Open the Calendar view, then click on "Calendar" from Ribbon. Then choose "Calendars Overlay". This will bring up the overlay screen, here you can click on "New Calendar". In the settings screen you can enter Calendar Name Then choose "Exchange" Enter Outlook Web Access URL Enter Exchange Web Service URL Click ...
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