Outlook for Mac - problems with exchange calendar meetings synchronisation - cannot process changes to meetings Hi, I'm running Outlook 16.20 for a MacBook Pro. Therefore, Outlook for Mac 2011 Service Pack 1 calendars that sync with Sync Services on the Mac do not sync with MobileMe calendars. For more information about MobileMe, visit the following Microsoft website.
Advantages: DejaOffice is a landing pad for PC Outlook data on Android and iPhone. Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Memos, Attachments. Supports multiple devices and multiple PC's easily.
After the initial sync, sync time is instant and automatic. Disadvantages: DejaCloud is a subscription service. Your purchase covers the first year, and after the first year it costs roughly $5 per month Steps: • Install CompanionLink on your Mac • Install DejaOffice on your devices • Set DejaCloud sync, Real Time sync Setup Guides:. Advantages: Your PC Syncs to DejaCloud, DejaCloud connects to Google, and Google Syncs to your phone.
This is a great choice if you require your Outlook for Mac data in Google Calendar and Contacts for other reasons. CompanionLink for Google sync can be set automatically and will run in background on your PC. Disadvantages: Uses DejaCloud as a hub. Direct Google Sync will be available in Winter 2016.
Google Tasks do not go to many Android Phones, although Samsung is now supporting them. Steps: • Install CompanionLink on your PC • Set Google Sync • Set Auto-Sync, Timed or Manual Sync Setup Guides.
As you create a meeting invitation you are able to see whether others are free or busy, but you aren't able to see any other information about their schedule (such as the meeting title, who is invited, or where it's taking place). But if someone has chosen to, you'll be able to look at the items in more detail.
Depending on the level of access they've granted you, you may also be able to modify items. To view another person's shared calendar, complete the following steps. Once you've done this, you'll see their calendar listed under My Calendars in the Calendar section of your Navigation Pane every time you use Outlook. • From the Organize tab of the ribbon, click Open Shared Calendar. • In the Open Calendar dialog box, type all or part of the person's name (or their NetID). Select the person you're looking for then click Open.
In the Navigation Pane, under Shared Calendars you should now see an additional calendar with the person's name. About this Article.