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But with one caveat. I'm running Windows 7 and Google Calendar Sync is not compatible. Any ideas on how I can sync my Google and Outlook 2007 calendars?

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OggSync is free if you want to sync only 1 Google calendar with Outlook 2007 (and 2003 and 2010). It works in both directions.

  • Full 2 Way Sync (Settable for each Google Calendar)
  • One way sync (Outlook/Mobile to Google and Google to Outlook/Mobile, settable for each Google Calendar)
  • Support for Default Calendar (Support for unknown Outlook Categories to Default Calendar)
  • Support for Multiple Google Calendars and Multiple Outlook Calendars
  • Ability to enter new events into any Google Calendar in OggSync Mobile
  • Supports Google’s brand new multiple reminder settings. (2 way sync with outlook/device for closest pop-up appointment.)
  • Publish only Free/Busy Info (from Google or from Outlook/Mobile and Individually Settable by each Google Calendar)
  • Always Free Option (Individually Settable for each Google Calendar)
  • Do Not Publish Private Events (Individually Settable for each Google Calendar)
  • No Reminders Option (Individually Settable for each Google Calendar)
  • Import Google Colors into Outlook 2003
  • Google Calendars mapped to Outlook Categories (Category Colors settable in Outlook 2007) XP and Vista Supported
  • Auto Sync Feature in both Outlook and Mobile
  • One Subscription Per Google Account (Use Outlook and Mobile versions of OggSync for the same subscription)

If you want to synchronize several calendars or need more advanced options, the Pro version is 29.95$.

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I really want this to work, but I'm getting a error when trying to open after the installation. --------------------------- OggSync Startup Encountered an Exception: Unable to cast COM object of type (followed by a reference to QueryInterface call on the COM component for the interface with IID '{00063001-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}' failed due the following error: Library not registered. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8002801D (TYPE_E_LIBNOTREGISTERED)). at Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.ApplicationClass.get_Application() at b..ctor() – guitarthrower Feb 24 '10 at 17:14
I've accepted this answer, as it should work. I'm having issues on the install. – guitarthrower Mar 2 '10 at 16:37

As an alternative, you could try out gSyncit. I can confirm it works on Windows 7 x64, and it already supports both flavours (x32 and x64) of Outlook 2010.


  • Outlook 2010 32-bit and 64-bit support

  • Sync Outlook notes, calendars, tasks, and contacts with Google services.

  • Synchronize multiple Outlook calendars, contacts, tasks, and notes folders with Google services.

  • Synchronize and filter Gmail contacts using Gmail groups and Outlook categories.

  • Synchronize contacts, calendars, task, and notes using Outlook categories.

  • Automatically matches entries to reduce duplicates entries from being created.

  • Supports configurations for different Outlook profiles.

  • Secure sync and tons of other options.

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Unfortunately Google doesn't seem to care about supporting sync with MS Outlook any more. I have been waiting for many months for a release that would be compatible with Outlook 64 bit but they have yet to release it.

Out of exasperation I asked a programmer to develop a software to do such a thing. It will be distributed Freeware, donations will hopefully keep the project running 

At the moment we just released the first beta version. It can be downloaded at the blog I have created for the purpose at For comments and feedbacks please use the following forum

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