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When the server receives a COPY method request, it MUST execute the following operations based on the source and destination collections in the request:

+-----------------------+------------------------+------------------+
| Source Collection     | Destination Collection | Server Operation |
+-----------------------+------------------------+------------------+
| Non-calendar          | Non-calendar           | None             |
| collection            | collection             |                  |
|                       |                        |                  |
| Non-calendar          | Calendar collection    | (1)              |
| collection            |                        |                  |
|                       |                        |                  |
| Calendar collection   | Non-calendar           | None             |
|                       | collection             |                  |
|                       |                        |                  |
| Calendar collection   | Calendar collection    | (2)              |
+-----------------------+------------------------+------------------+

Note (1)

The rules in Section 3.2.3.1 are applied for the destination of the COPY request.

Note (2)

The server MAY reject this as per Section 3.2.4.1; otherwise, None.

The behavior of a COPY method request on a calendar collection is undefined.

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