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There are three types of sync options available between Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar:

2-way sync
All events in your primary Google Calendar and your default Microsoft Outlook calendar are synced together. Once you’ve selected this option, any changes you make to events in either Google Calendar or Microsoft Outlook Calendar will be reflected in both applications.

If you modify the same event multiple times in both applications, the most recent update will sync between Microsoft Outlook Calendar and Google Calendar. Additionally, if you delete an event in Microsoft Outlook Calendar or Google Calendar, this event also will be deleted when viewing the other application.

Please note that Google Calendar Sync syncs all of the events in both your default Microsoft Outlook calendar and your primary Google Calendar. Currently, there is no way to sync events within a specific time frame in your calendar.

1-way: Google Calendar to Microsoft Outlook calendar
All events in your primary Google Calendar are added to your default Microsoft Outlook calendar. During subsequent sync cycles, any updates made to events in Google Calendar will be reflected in Microsoft Outlook Calendar as well. Keep in mind that any events created or modified in Microsoft Outlook Calendar won’t be reflected in Google Calendar.

1-way: Microsoft Outlook calendar to Google Calendar
All events in your default Microsoft Outlook calendar are added to your primary Google Calendar. During subsequent sync cycles, any updates made to events in Microsoft Outlook Calendar will be reflected in Google Calendar. Keep in mind that any events created or modified in Google Calendar won’t be reflected in Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

Who said? Google said😉.

Written by Syafirul Ramli>>

June 8, 2010 at 6:24 PM

Posted in Google

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