In Event Center, why when using RegisterMeetingAttendee via the XML API does it behave differently when sending emails. The icalendar attachment drops off when we use API from our website into WebEx so trying to figure out where it goes wrong.
Apologies for the delay. This is a limitation of the API, it does not send emails with the iCal attachment. Technically, you could probably develop your own solution since iCal is a standard and there are likely libraries out there to do just this, but it would involve at least an additional API call (GetjoinurlMeeting/GethosturlMeeting) and likely some reference back to your integration to build the email to send with the iCal attachment. If you chose to go this route, you would not send the email from WebEx, but from your integration. Hope this helps.
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Reqested to display a CUIC report in Finesse Agent Desktop
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