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I'm using the htc mail widget/app with an email account other than googlemail.com.
When an .ics invitation is attached to an email I can import the event into the phone's calendar but apparently I cannot confirm or reject the appointment.
Is there e.g. an app that you can recommend to send such repsonses - and maybe even display the list of participants (minor issue)?

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I've successfully accepted .ics invitations from w/in K9 mail. I'm surprised that this isn't possible in the built in email app. when you view the invitation in a regular email client (not on your phone) do you see accept/reject links? –  Amanda Mar 21 '11 at 20:10
    
Haven't tried with a "regular" email client, but both mail.google.com and the outlook web frontend let me accept/reject those invitations. –  VolkerK Mar 24 '11 at 15:01
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It looks like this is a known issue. I'm using K9 mail and, while I would swear I've replied to meeting invites in the past,but I just tried sending my non-gmail IMAP self an invite from my google calendar and I get an ICS attachment and K9 Mail complains that it is "Unable to find a viewer for application/ics"

It looks like there are a couple of apps in the market that will handle this, though. Take a look at iscer and ICS Bot -- I haven't tried either but both profess do to do what you need.

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Try Invitation Processor Free.

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Do you have anything to do with this app, or are you just a keen user? Your answer might be more useful with a link to the app on Google Play. –  Dan Hulme Jan 29 at 15:30
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...plus with a few more details why/how this solves the issue. –  Izzy Jan 29 at 16:40
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