I am trying to sync my work email to my Google Calendar. I downloaded and setup Google Calendar Sync. It works, however all events from my work calendar on outlook syncs to my default General Calendar. I have a Google Calendar called Work that is not the default calendar. Is it possible to have it sync only to that calendar?

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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.

  • I like this idea.
    – CT.
    Oct 6, 2009 at 12:11
  • This worked perfectly. Google Calender Sync with my outlook works to my new work gmail account. Shared this account to my main gmail account, named it Work. Google Sync for my iPhone works with my shared calendar perfectly. Hassle free sync.
    – CT.
    Oct 6, 2009 at 13:18

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.


You can use some other free WebDAV based syncing service like Synqya that allows you to sync your Outlook events with any of your Google Calendars


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