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From a question I asked: Someone posted a working solution on Microsoft Answers: Download User Agent Switcher from the Chrome Webstore Select an iOS device Go to https://m.google.com/sync/settings/iconfig/welcome?source=mobileproducts Deactivate Javascript in Settings (Show advanced settings, Privacy > Content settings > Do not allow any site to run ...


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The synchronisation is sort of no longer needed. You can simply open your Google calendar in Outlook and overlay it. To do this, go to the calendar settings in Google and click on the ICAL button. Copy the URL. Then go to Outlook and select the "Open Calendar" button from the Ribbon, then "From Internet". Enter the URL you copied above. It now displays your ...


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I downloaded the free version of gsyncit at: http://www.fieldstonsoftware.com/software/gsyncit3/ If you just need to sync your Outlook calendar to your Google calendar it is FREE*. It took a couple of syncs to get everything up to date. *Update: As of November 2014 the unregistered version of GSyncIt has some limitations: The unregistered version is ...


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If you're still looking, I recently found an open source project to do this on CodePlex, OutlookGoogleSync. I haven't tried it yet though. A small tool to keep the Google calendar in sync with the Outlook calendar (one way: Outlook -> Google). Doesn't need admin rights and works behind a proxy. Works with Outlook 2003 and newer.


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At the moment, this probably can't be achieved. This same Question has been asked on MS Support and they have replied with a no. Question Syncing Multiple Google calendars with New UI Calendar app Answer Currently per Google's request for bandwith, Calendar App only Sync root calendar. Developers on both sides are working on this issue to ...


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I run Google Calendar Sync on my machine at work which has worked great!


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Check your domain's service settings. Go to your mail for google apps. Click on "Manage This Domain". From there choose Service Settings -> Calendar from the main menu. There is an option there to restrict how much users can share with each other. Gimme a sec and I'll grab screen shots from my account. Here we go, go to mail and find the manage domain ...


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Someone posted a working solution on Microsoft Answers: Download User Agent Switcher from the Chrome Webstore Select an iOS device Go to http://m.google.com/sync Deactivate Javascript in Settings (Show advanced settings, Content settings) Click your Windows Mail device In the URL change supportMultipleCalendars=false to supportMultipleCalendars=true Save ...


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Use the URL you suggest, https://apidata.googleusercontent.com/caldav/v2/yourID/events, but rather than using your.cool.username@gmail.com as the substitute for yourID, put in the calendar name instead. To find that name, start with a Google Calendar window, then go to Settings->Calendars and click on the name of the Calendar you care about. Now scroll down ...


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See this Microsoft KB article: Transfer calendars between Outlook and Google Calendar: By using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, you can import and export calendars from Google Calendar as Calendar Snapshots in the iCalendar format. This functionality enables you to transfer calendars between Outlook and Google Calendar. So long as you have Outlook ...


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I believe the below will work for you. I'm currently using Outlook 2013 but the steps are backward compatible with Outlook 2010 as well. From your Outlook, right click on your O365 calendar and select "Share" -> "Publish Calendar". Sign in to OWA using your standard Office 365 credentials. Configure your options to your preference (I've chosen ...


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When you sync your iPod touch using Google Sync, it should work just this way for you. If it can not find an internet connection, it should keep a local copy of its last update on your Touch. when it finds one, it should sync whatever you entered on your iPod with Google. You can find out more at http://www.google.com/support/mobile/bin/answer.py?hl=en&...


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Try davmail - it allows access to your exchange calendar via ical. The way I use it : configure davmail with my corporate outlook In thunderbird (I am to TB3 beta) , create a calendar (iCal) which points to the davmail configuration Now, I can access outlook via thunderbird. Not sure if this solves your problem, as it does not by default "syncs" to ...


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Go into Settings -> Calendar Settings -> Calendars. You'll see all of your calendars listed. On the line for each one is a Notifications link. Click that, and there's a setting for Event reminders: Unless otherwise specified by the individual event. You should be able to remove the default reminders there.


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Have a look at http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-google-sync.html and see if this is good enough for you...


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You could try changing your "User Preferences" to always show the Desktop version of a website. If you type opera:config in the address bar you will be presented with the "Preferences Editor". Expand the "User Prefs" option and copy the below into the "Custom User Agent" field: For Mac/Linux: Opera/9.80 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X; U; en) Presto/2.2....


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See Custom Views in Google Calendar : Google Calendar has an option to define custom views: you can replace the "next 7 days" with other intervals like the "next 3 days" or "next 2 weeks". In the settings you'll also find an option to make your custom view the default.


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In case more people come back to this question during the next years: since summer 2011 there is a really great solution: https://github.com/kiwanami/emacs-calfw


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If you're willing to jump into Google with both feet, Google Calendar will let you do this. It's been a godsend for my wife and I. We both share (read-only) access to our personal calendars. We also have shared admin rights to a calendar for each of our children, the house, and local events (that we might wish to attend). We both also use Android devices, ...


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I use a Google Calendar with Thunderbird/Lightning and I have always been able to Accept invitations through Thunderbird. I recently lost the Accept/Decline buttons and just figured out the problem. I had recently added a shared iCloud calendar, and the new calendar was automatically associated with the same email address as the Google calendar. All I had ...


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I solved the problem myself eventually. It appears Google was requiring me to fill in a CAPTCHA to verify I'm human. That was not recognized by Evolution as such. The issue can be resolved by visiting the Google CAPTCHA unlock page. You don't even have to fill in any CAPTCHA...


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Have a look at http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=99358#ical. It lets you view and edit Google Calendars in iCal.


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Google calendar provides a repeat checkbox for every event you create. You can select this and edit the frequency. The relevant sections in the calendar entry are circled in red in the attached image. After your selections are complete you can confirm your selection by checking the summary section. And here's what you need to do on Outlook. This example ...


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The way I understand it, is that Google is now deprecating their odd little client/server in favour of established Open Protocols: CalDAV and CardDAV. So, in theory, I should be able to use my $WHATEVER client, connect and synchronise to the protocol and not care what's at the other end, as long as both client and server are standards-compliant (RFC ...


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rather than using url shortening (which becomes a public link), I found that replacing http: with https: in the link also works (it seems that the http link gets a redirect on microsoft side to https which Google calendar cannot follow).


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You could create a new Google Calendar account which would only be used for syncing your work account. Then you could share out your work calendar to your personal calendar for viewing online, and import them both in to Outlook for local viewing. I haven't tried this, and I don't know exactly how you have everything set up, but could be worth a go.


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Google Calendar Sync only syncs with your primary calendar. I've been using a program for years called SyncMyCal that will do what you need. The free version only supports manual syncing, though.


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No, you can't do that in the current version. This was a feature request that languished a while (since 2003): Events spanning days are seen as multiple events (display), and was then watered down into this: Add markers for multi-day events in multiday views The watered-down requirement was to have made the 0.9 release according to the Sunbird 0.9 release ...


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Google has some apps that will keep Outlook and GCal in sync, also check the following out for some help. Google Calendar Help



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