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Transfer Calendar Data Between Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook April 10, 2008

Posted by Steven in In-Media, Work-related.
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Outlook is quite a grown application and now that we have Outlook 2007 and we recently experienced the latest update wave we may actually start using it productively.

But what do we experience in our increasingly digital and connected world? We need to keep multiple calendars in sync. I found that Google Calendar is a good connection point to do that. With Google Calendar you can import several calendar file formats and you can display calendar feeds. Google also allows you to share any calendar that you have writing access to with other and to export all calendars as files. The Google Help pages give very good explanations of the ever growing features.

Also Microsoft itself put together a nice guide how to make Outlook 2007 work together nicely with Google Calendar. I bet with the Yahoo acquisition we will then only be able to import yahoo! calendar which would be a shame. Anyway – right now you can still read the nice Microsoft guide including links to the Google 2 way synchronization tool.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101674951033.aspx

Google Calendar Sync by Google (Help and Download)

Transfer Contacts from Outlook to GMAIL:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011489021033.aspx

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