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I've since migrated to another computer with Office 2013 installed, and the symptom does not occur in Outlook 2013.
It displays my historical list of meetings but not my daily/weekly calendar. To reset the view to the monthly view: menu "View" > "Arrange By" > "Current View" > "Day/Week/Month" To set the "month" view to be the default: menu "View" > "Change View" > "Apply Current View to Other Calendar Folders" > "Select Your Calendar" > Click "Ok"
Read the article How To Sync iCloud Calendar With Windows 10 Calendar App. It explains why the sync doesn't work and describes a workaround for syncing iCloud calendar with Windows 10 calendar app, but with the restriction of ‘read-only’ calendar syncing. If that's not enough for you, you will need to wait for Microsoft to improve the implementation of its ...
You can uncheck the calendars from Gmail that you do not want. This will disable notifications but will not disable syncing AFAIK. I just tested it by adding a fake birthday to the Birthdays calendar. I set it to alarm/notify me at 3:18 and it did not. Another test event in a different Gmail calendar worked.
I finally find a simple solution using Outlook VBA and a simple EXE. Here is how to never missed outlook meeting appointment again. Why a stand alone exe application just for this purpose? Well I had the the big red box embeded in the VBA, but that solution was full of problem (I believe it is because I have to use hwnd and other unusual system property to ...
The Scheduling Assistant (with a room resource applied to the meeting, and the Room Finder enabled) tells me everything you are asking, in the form of a list of Suggested times. So ensure that the Room Finder panel is visible. :) From Using the Room Finder:
The problem is that it has the wrong protocols associated with both the Calendar app, and the default app thingie. I have found no way to change either to make it work. This is an issue for MS.
You have a mismatch of your timezone settings between your Google calendar and Windows. Check in your clock settings that your timezone is actually set to the correct one for your location. Then check your timezone settings for Google calendar. Have a look at this article for a guide.
The short answer is no. The names of the days are hardcoded strings in the code. While it might actually be technically possible to search through all of Windows applications, DLLs, etc. change the strings you will most likely break functionality of other applications that are looking for the proper names of the days of the week.
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