How to Sync your Outlook Calendar, Google Calendar and Android Phone Calendar
May 12, 2009 5:00 AM –
Video: How To Sync Android With Microsoft Outlook
Many of us new Androids use Microsoft Outlook regularly for email without Exchange. Now that you have an Android phone (which requires you to have a Gmail account) you have a separate calendar in Gmail which your Android phone can easily sync with. This tutorial walks you through how to enable you to synchronize your Outlook calendar with Google calendar which will sync with your Android phone. This makes things very convenient and uniform when you can enter information in either and they all stay synchronized… and all for Free!
How to do it:
Update: Unfortunately, Google removed their Google Calendar Sync software, you will have to find an alternative by searching download sites… link below.
- Get download link here
- Enter your Gmail account information
- Select 2-Way sync as this will sync your Outlook with Gmail
- Set sync interval in minutes
- That’s it!
Note: to force the sync, simply “Right-Click” the Google Sync icon in your task tray (bottom right), click “Sync”.
Google Calendar Sync in Taskbar
Whether you enter calendar entries in Microsoft Outlook, Gmail or your Android phone, all places will be synced. For example, you add an entry on your Android phone, which will eventually sync with Gmail; later in the day you get back to your computer and open Outlook in which Google Calendar Sync will sync with Gmail.
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Tags: Android Outlook Sync
, Android Phone Calendar
, Google Calendar
, Google Calendar Sync
, How To Sync Android With Microsoft Outlook
, Outlook Calendar
, Sync Calendars
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