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RingCentral Meetings should not assume that browser allows third-party cookies

When I invite guests from external organizations to a video conference call created with RingCentral Meetings, they are increasingly having trouble launching RingCentral Meetings from their browser, using the link in the generated Outlook calendar invitation.

I suspect the issue is that browsers are increasingly disabling third-party cookies by default, which RingCentral Meetings seems to require.

This is very frustrating because the idea with RingCentral Meetings is to enable frictionless video conference calls with external parties, but instead they end up having to dial in with a phone, with no video functionality.
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