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Old Mar 21, 2011, 07:00 PM   #1
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How do I delete a iCal subscription

So, what I did was subscribe to the MotoGP calendar under subscriptions. All this would be good except I didn't think far enough ahead, now I have the times for Moto2 and GP 125. While I like to watch those my real intrest is in MotoGP.

When I subscribed to the calendar it asked me (I think) which calendar to put it under. I choose MobileMe Home. Now I can't find out how to delete the subscription because it isn't under subscriptions. Am I going to have to go through and delete all the events one by one or is there a way to ge tit out of that particular calendar without going through that method?

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So, what I did was subscribe to the MotoGP calendar under subscriptions. All this would be good except I didn't think far enough ahead, now I have the times for Moto2 and GP 125. While I like to watch those my real intrest is in MotoGP.

When I subscribed to the calendar it asked me (I think) which calendar to put it under. I choose MobileMe Home. Now I can't find out how to delete the subscription because it isn't under subscriptions. Am I going to have to go through and delete all the events one by one or is there a way to ge tit out of that particular calendar without going through that method?

Thanks in advance
Select your Home calendar and delete it. It will remove the subscription. That is the best method I know of.
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Select your Home calendar and delete it. It will remove the subscription. That is the best method I know of.
Thanks, I did that. Now I have to enter in all my stuff again. 'o well, that was a costly lesson, lol
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Thanks, I did that. Now I have to enter in all my stuff again. 'o well, that was a costly lesson, lol
Welll at least you learned it.
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