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I am running Android 4.3 and I have a issue when I delete Event Emails.
When i accept an Event Email request, it is added to the S Planner !AS NORMAL!
However, when I delete the Event Email from the built in Email Manager (Hotmail Email account) it also removes the event from S Planner.

Surely I should be able to delete an email after accepting the event request, without S Planner deleting the Event from my Calendar.

Any help would be GREAT

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Move it to another folder instead of deleting it. Maybe make a new folder called events.

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Move it to another folder instead of deleting it. Maybe make a new folder called events.

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That does seem to be the only way around the issue. But Surely there is another way around this, I hate keeping emails. I just want to delete them after accepting the event
 
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Have you tried using the google calander instead of s planner?, maybe another planner app?

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I have tried other Email apps, as that seems to be the cause of the issues. If i use Chrome to delete the email (web-based), the event stays in S Planner, so seems to be an issue with the built in Email Manager.
 
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Sounds like it, you could just delete it after the even is over...

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That is another way of doing it. But the time that an event email is sent and the actual time of the event can be years/months apart, so sorting through the emails (which will be in order sent rather than by event date) will be a complete NIGHTMARE...
 
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Yeah thats tuff when they are so far out. Good luck man

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