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I hope this is the right forum. It does say it's for games and software. I've already been called once for asking in the wrong place. When you've come from 7 years of XP this Windows 8 seems like a different culture and language. I have gotten the Outlook.com ( online not within Windows 8 ) to mirror my Gmail contacts correctly. When I go to the command bar above and click on Calendar I see 3 listed Jack's Calendar ( which I would have expected would show what the Google Calendar does but it doesn't? ) and a Holiday Calendar and one other.

So why is not my Google Calendar with it's events not showing on Jacks Calendar within Outlook.com as they should?

All help is greatly appreciated. jack  :manfrustrated:

I tried writing my signature in this box on the screen but it doesn't seem to work? :v lol
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@JackdaShack wrote:

.... So why is not my Google Calendar with it's events not showing on Jacks Calendar within Outlook.com as they should? ...


Hi,

 

HP has nothing to do with Google and Outlook.com. Are you talking abouth this ?

 

  http://www.techspot.com/news/51129-google-drops-gmail-outlook-sync-support-microsoft-surprised.html

 

Hope this explains why.

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@banhien wrote:

@JackdaShack wrote:

.... So why is not my Google Calendar with it's events not showing on Jacks Calendar within Outlook.com as they should? ...


Hi,

 

HP has nothing to do with Google and Outlook.com. Are you talking abouth this ?

 

  http://www.techspot.com/news/51129-google-drops-gmail-outlook-sync-support-microsoft-surprised.html

 

Hope this explains why.


I had come across that actually in those often frantic searches to find answers. But I took note to this last paragraph there, and should this mean anything positive for me since my Outlook.com was switced from a Hotmail account. I should mention that to this point I am using Outlook.com on the web, not within a MS user account on Win8.  Should that make a difference?  Here is that paragraph .....

 

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Microsoft has taken this opportunity to push its Outlook web-based email service (formerly known as Hotmail) which, of course, supports Exchange ActiveSync. Microsoft claims it was "very surprised" by Google's maneuver and took its blog swinging, touting the supposed advantages of EAS over IMAP and POP. "Really want to do some winter cleaning? Switch to Outlook.com for the best email experience across all your devices" the post says.

 

So do I have this Exchange ActiveSync at this point?  Thanks so much!   jack   :manindifferent:

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@JackdaShack wrote:

@banhien wrote:

@JackdaShack wrote:

.... So why is not my Google Calendar with it's events not showing on Jacks Calendar within Outlook.com as they should? ...


Hi,

 

HP has nothing to do with Google and Outlook.com. Are you talking abouth this ?

 

  http://www.techspot.com/news/51129-google-drops-gmail-outlook-sync-support-microsoft-surprised.html

 

Hope this explains why.


I had come across that actually in those often frantic searches to find answers. But I took note to this last paragraph there, and should this mean anything positive for me since my Outlook.com was switced from a Hotmail account. I should mention that to this point I am using Outlook.com on the web, not within a MS user account on Win8.  Should that make a difference?  Here is that paragraph .....

 

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Microsoft has taken this opportunity to push its Outlook web-based email service (formerly known as Hotmail) which, of course, supports Exchange ActiveSync. Microsoft claims it was "very surprised" by Google's maneuver and took its blog swinging, touting the supposed advantages of EAS over IMAP and POP. "Really want to do some winter cleaning? Switch to Outlook.com for the best email experience across all your devices" the post says.

 

So do I have this Exchange ActiveSync at this point?  Thanks so much!   jack   :manindifferent:


I apologize I didn't give all the details above.  I am not trying to sync with Outlook client. I am wanting Outlook.com on the webs to see my Google Calendar on the web. The article seems to be dealing with Google Calendar syncing with Outlook client?  Sorry if I am misreading the article.  Thanks for hanging in here for me.  jack

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