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Don't require calendar invite to be inside a message/rfc822 message

Daniel Vrátil requested to merge work/dvratil/render-encrypted-itips into master

When the calendar invitation is inside an encrypted and signed parts, the top-level node is actually not a message, but usually the temporary node created during decryption or signature verification.

The fact the the top-level node must be an actual message was only needed in order to extract the sender. We preserve this, but don't require it - in many cases we don't actually need to know the sender in the IcalFormatter.

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