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Hello,

My application is in PHP.
I use the below code to send invitation-

    <?php
    $message="
    BEGIN:VCALENDAR
    VERSION:2.0
    CALSCALE:GREGORIAN
    METHOD:REQUEST
    BEGIN:VEVENT
    DTSTART:20130901T121000Z
    DTEND:20130901T131000Z
    DTSTAMP:20110525T075116Z
    ORGANIZER;CN=From Name:mailto:from email id
    UID:12345678
    ATTENDEE;PARTSTAT=NEEDS-ACTION;RSVP= TRUE;CN=Sample:emailaddress@testemail.com
    DESCRIPTION:Test the first invite
    LOCATION: Test Location
    SEQUENCE:0
    STATUS:CONFIRMED
    SUMMARY:Test the first icalendar invitation
    TRANSP:OPAQUE
    END:VEVENT
    END:VCALENDAR";
    /*headers*/
    $headers = "From: From Name <From Mail>\n";
    $headers .= "MIME-Version: 1.0\n";
    $headers .= "Content-Type: text/calendar; method=REQUEST;\n";
    $headers .= ' charset="UTF-8"';
    $headers .= "\n";
    $headers .= "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit";
    /*mail content*/
    $subject = "Meeting Subject";
    $subject = html_entity_decode($subject, ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8');
    /*mail send*/
    if(mail("emailaddress@testemail.com", $subject, $message, $headers))
    {
    echo "Your request has been sent";
    }else {
    echo "error";
    }
    ?>

Now problem is,
we use google_apps for mailing, but application is not moved on google.
so when the invitation is created on application mail goes to (g)mail,
but when I reschedule it,
it do not overwrite that previous invitation.
So what extra code should I add in my send invitation code?

Please help.
I dont have any info about gmail event generation code.
Ready for RND!
Have not got anything applicatable to my condition.
Hope am clear with my question.

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we use google_apps for mailing, but application is not moved on google.

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