Outlook for Mac - Mac Calendar

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  1. malizivko macrumors member

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    I am not sure how to get my iCloud calendar to show up in Microsoft Outlook for Mac (16.10). I use Outlook for work w/out any issues with my Work Exchange Email/Calendar.

    I can add iCloud account to Outlook (using special password since I have 2 step), my iCloud email is working fine and I can Send/Receive email, but iCloud calendar is not visible at all. I tried re-installing and simply I cant get it to work.

    What I am doing wrong?
     
  2. kaya macrumors newbie

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    AFAIK iCloud calendar is not supported. I hope someone has a workaround.
     
  3. malizivko thread starter macrumors member

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    Well, no wonder I could not get it to show up.....thanks for the update.
     
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    The way around this is to use a third calendar account that is supported by both Outlook and iCal. I did this with a Google calendar, but as long as their supported by both iCloud and Outlook it could be anything...so:

    - Setup a new google account specifically for this purpose
    - Share you iCloud calendar to the new google account
    - Then setup Outlook to read the same Google account calendar events

    Essentially, the Google account is a 'bridge' between the two accounts (iCloud and Outlook) and you sort of forget about it. Not ideal, obviously, but it does work.
     

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