My interlocutor does not receive invitations sent from Julie

Your interlocutor has told you or Julie that he has not received the invitations that was sent to him? But he appears on the event’s list of participants?  If you are using an iCloud calendar account, two reasons could explain why your contact has not received the invitation: 

The email address your contact uses to receive the invitation is linked to his iCloud account

The account to which the invitation was sent is the same address your interlocutor uses for his iCloud account. It would be the same address he uses to connect to the AppStore. 

If this is the case, he does not receive the invitation because his iCloud calendar retrieves the invitation directly, without it even going through his email inbox. In this case, your contact must modify his iCloud account configuration, as explained here .

Your contact’s email address is hosted by Office365

If your contact uses an Office365 email account and calendar, which may be the case for many professionals, he will not see the invitation appear in his Office365 calendar because .ics files originating from iCloud cannot be opened by Outlook. 

The solution is to download the .ics invitation file attached to the invitation email and open it with a third party calendar application.

We understand that this might not be the easiest or most transparent way for your contact to handle an invitation but unfortunately, this is a iCloud or Outlook limitation that we cannot ignore. 

Choosing whether to include conversation history in the event notes or not

By default, when Julie creates an event, she includes, in the event notes, the history of the  conversation email linked to the event creation. 

This option allows you to quickly return to the context concerning the scheduled event and exchanges with the event participants.

We know that, for confidentiality purposes, you could wish to not keep this history. If this is the case, please send an email to Julie or hello@juliedesk.com to deactivate the option. 

Julie said that it is difficult for her to answer your request of scheduling a meeting with yourself?

Your account is newly activated and you want to test Julie with a fake meeting request?

No problem! Except if you ask Julie to schedule a meeting with one of the email address you shared with us (when answering the question " Will you use multiple email addresses to contact Julie?" while creating your account)

In this case, Julie will get back to you with this message:
"These two email addresses are linked to your account. This makes it difficult for me to answer your request of scheduling a meeting with yourself :)
Could you add another email address to the conversation, that is not linked to your Julie Desk account? Thank you."

What Julie means is: she can't answer your request as you tried to schedule a meeting with yourself, so she will not be able to send an invite to the attendees.

How Julie works:
You send an email to Julie, copying the person you want to meet, and you ask Julie to see with that person when you have a common availability.
Then Julie will look into your calendar and sends some free slot to your contact. He will answer and some day and time will be chosen.
Once everybody agrees on this day, Julie will send an invite from your calendar to the attendee. 

The issue here is that the "attendee" you added in your test is yourself, so Julie cannot send an invite! It is why she said that she is not able to process this meeting scheduling. 

If you want to try Julie before sending a real meeting request, please copy any other email addresses you did not share with us.