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Last updated: 04 Oct, 2018

You can automatically feed your events into your Outlook calendar. CalendarWiz offers an iCal feed that will push an up-to-date read-only version of your calendar into Outlook. See below for instructions on how to do this forOutlook 2007, Outlook, Outlook 365, and Outlook Web App calendar.

Start by turning on your iCal feed in your CalendarWiz calendar:

Admin Menu > under Calendar Settings > iCal and RSS > Check the box titled 'Enable iCal Feed' > select categories and review settings > Save
Copy the iCal link
either from admin screen or iCal button on calendar nav bar. You'll use this link to feed CalendarWiz events into your Outlook. Scroll to find your version of Outlook below.


Outlook 2007

For Public Category Events:

On the toolbar, select Add calendar From internet. In the Calendar subscription dialog box, paste the link that you copied in step 4. Also, enter a unique name for the calendar such as 'iCloud work Calendar', and click Save. You should see the iCloud calendar listed under Other calendars in Outlook on the web. To help you transfer messages and other items from a Windows-based computer to a Macintosh computer, Outlook for Mac can import Outlook Data Files (.pst) that are created in Outlook for Windows. Transfer the.pst file to your Macintosh computer. On the Outlook for Mac File menu, click Import. Click Outlook Data File, and then click the right arrow.

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  1. Open Outlook 2007 > Tools > Account Settings...
  2. Internet Calendars tab > click New...
  3. Paste the iCal link into the box for location of the Internet Calendar, click Add.
  4. Provide a Folder Name or descriptions, click OK.
  5. Click on the Close button. Go to Mail view and click on Send/Receive to refresh the calendar. You'll see your calendar appear under other calendars.
    Learn how to include private category events:
    https://www.calendarwiz.com/knowledgebase/entry/99/


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Outlook 2010

Import Ical To Outlook For Mac 2016

For Public Category Events:

  1. Open Outlook 2010 > click the Home tab on the Ribbon > Under Manage Calendars click on Open Calendar > From Internet.
  2. Paste the CalendarWiz iCal link into the New Internet Calendar field, click OK.
  3. Click [Yes] to the dialog box that comes up verifying you want to subscribe to it.
    Learn how to include private category events:
    https://www.calendarwiz.com/knowledgebase/entry/99/

Outlook 2016

For Public Category Events:

  1. Go to Outlook 2016 > Go to the Calendar
  2. Home Tab in Outlook 2016 > Open Calendar > select 'From Internet'
  3. Paste your CalendarWiz iCal URL into the field. Click OK.
  4. Click 'Yes' that you want to add this calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates.
  5. You can view your calendar side by side or in 'overlay mode' via View Tab > Overlay Mode
    Learn how to include private category events
    https://www.calendarwiz.com/knowledgebase/entry/99/
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Outlook 365

  1. Enable iCal feed in CalendarWiz. Copy iCal URL.
  2. Open MS Outlook 365 to add the iCal feed:
    Go to calendar > click 'Add Calendar' > select 'From Internet'

  3. Paste your CalendarWiz iCal linkinto the URL field > Click Add
    In the Folder Name box, type the name of the calendar as you want it to appear in Outlook, and then click OK.

  4. When you start Outlook, it checks the internet calendar for updates and downloads any changes. Anytime you refresh your calendars or inbox in Outlook, CalenadarWiz will send the most up-to-date version of your CalendarWiz calendar.
    Learn how to include private category events
    https://www.calendarwiz.com/knowledgebase/entry/99/

Outlook Web App

  1. Start by enabling the iCal feed in CalendarWiz. Copy iCal URL.
  2. Go to outlook.com account
  3. Go to the Calendar
  4. Go to Import > select Subscribe
  5. Paste your CalendarWiz iCal link into the 'Calendar URL' field. Add calendar name.
  6. Click Subscribe Button
  7. Events will appear in your outlook.com calendar.
    Learn how to include private category events:
    https://www.calendarwiz.com/knowledgebase/entry/99/
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Reader Simon White has found himself sucked into the black hole that can be Outlook 2011. He writes:

I recently switched from PC to Mac but have issues getting mail, calendars, and contacts transferred. Initially I thought that continuing to use Outlook would be the way to go, so I installed Outlook 2011 for the Mac. But it doesn’t sync with my iPhone. So I decided to try using Mail/Address Book/iCal only to find that I cannot export my data from Outlook in any format other than .olm, which Apple programs cannot read. Is there a way to get my events out of Outlook’s calendar and into iCal?

It’s at times like these that I wish my response was accompanied by an animated GIF of me banging my head against the desk. Because that’s exactly the kind of reaction I have to Outlook’s terrible syncing support. But let’s both take a couple of deep breaths and proceed.

Unlike Entourage, Outlook doesn’t offer an option for syncing calendar events (you can sync contacts, however). This is a feature that’s been promised for a future Outlook update but Microsoft hasn’t said when we might expect that update. And, as you’ve discovered, iCal looks at .olm archives and shrugs its virtual shoulders. But there is a way—tedious and tiresome, granted, but still, a way.

That way is to select an event within Outlook’s calendar and drag it to the iCal icon in the Dock (or, if you like, drag it to the Desktop and then drag it into iCal). This dragging business converts the event into a .ics file, which is compatible with iCal.

Regrettably, you can do this with only one event at a time. You do not have the option to select all events in a monthly calendar or even Shift- or Command-click multiple events. It’s one at a time or nothing at all.

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[Insert sound of further head banging here.]

Import Ical Into Outlook

Ideally, you haven’t been at this too long and you can return to your PC and export your calendars from there because, yes, it’s easier to do this from Outlook for Windows than Outlook for the Mac. To do that, just right-click on a calendar in Outlook for Windows and from the menu that appears choose Save As. The default option is to save the calendar in the iCalendar format. Choose this option and click Save. Repeat for other calendars you want to transfer.

Import Ical To Outlook For Mac 2016 Options Tab

Copy these calendars to your Mac and drag them on to the iCal icon in the Dock. You’ll be prompted for an iCal calendar to save them to. Choose the one you like—Work, for example—and click OK. All the events in the exported Outlook calendar will be added to your iCal calendar.