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This section describes some example scheduling operations that give a general idea of how scheduling is carried out between CalDAV clients and servers from the perspective of meeting "Organizers" and "Attendees".

The server is assumed to be hosted in the "example.com" domain, and users whose email addresses are at the "example.com" domain are assumed to be hosted by the server. In addition, the email addresses in the "example.net" domain are also valid email addresses for calendar users hosted by the server. Calendar users with an email address at the "example.org" domain are assumed to not be hosted by the server.

In the following examples, the requests and responses are incomplete and are only for illustrative purposes. In particular, HTTP authentication headers and behaviors are not shown, even though they are required in normal operation.

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