The spam from Calendar will soon be a memory. In recent weeks, several users iCloud have reported receiving numerous notifications and boring for the MacOS and iOS Calendar, which calls for return of purchase coupon. Although harmless, these messages have represented for many a problem: some users, in fact, were left with a schedule of their calendar filled with unwanted reminders, to refuse from time to time to restore order in their daily planning. The disruption could be soon a thing, however, since Apple seems to have confirmed to be working to permanently block this type of spam .
To make known this important news is iMore, with the publication of a short press coming, apparently, from a spokesman for the Cupertino company:
We regret that some of our users are receiving spam invitations on the calendar. We are actively working to resolve the issue and block suspicious senders and spam in the forwarded calls.
While waiting for Apple to provide a definitive lock mode for unwelcome invitations of iCloud and calendar, the user can try to limit the forwarding by editing your iCloud settings. A first alternative is to submit to the iCloud to mail invitations, thus skipping the way calendar synchronization: to do this, you need to connect to the web version of the Apple cloud and, from the advanced preferences, select the receipt of e-mail events. At this point, it will be enough to mark these messages as spam in your inbox, so that they are automatically ignored. Alternatively, again from iCloud you can create a second calendar, rename spam, enter here all unwelcome invitations received and, finally, completely erase the same calendar.
Currently, there is no official date has been announced for the resolution of the problem, but the fix Apple is still expected in the short term, perhaps in the coming weeks.