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In the society for which I'm investigating calendars, we have a very strict policy of non-disclosure of email addresses. In our website, which has a built-in calendar, when a member wishes to send an email to an officer of the society or to an organiser of an event they click on an Email Link Name (ELN) which gives them a message box - when this is sent the actual (but hidden email address) is picked up privately and the message sent. Members don't see and don't need to see the private email address used. Can we do anything like this in Localendars?

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We currently don't offer any direct way to contact the calendar owner. If a member wanted this functionality, we'd suggest they add the relevant info to their header or footer.

In your case, you have more of a "contact-form" setup. I don't see why you can't take the link to this form and do the same thing (put it in the title/footer).
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