Google calendar won't sync live meeting appointments on my outlook? Using ver 9.3.5
Here is a temporary workaround via a mail rule in MS Outlook:
1. From the mail view in Outlook, click Tools, Rules and Alerts
a. which is a meeting invitation or update
b. with specific words in the body
i. the words are "Office Live Meeting"
3. Click Next
4. Select: Cc the message to people or distribution list
a. put your gmail address as in this rule
The only downside is, if you have two-way calendar syncing, then this will create a second instance of the meeting on your work calendar. To me, this is a better solution than not having self-created meeting invites on gCal.
That is odd. It appears many google users report otherwise, and this is contrary to my personal experience and the experience of several people I know, first-hand. It does not surprise me that the experience is different for many of us, though.
My suggestion to you would be to create a dummy gmail account tied to your gcal account. It's only purpose would be to receive these CCd meeting invitations. The nice thing about this is that gcal will automatically add meeting invitations sent to the related gmail account. You would not need to sign into gmail and accept the meeting invitation.
In your case, you would need to create 2 outlook rules. One for incoming meeting invitations and one for outgoing invitations. You would search for the Microsoft Live Meeting text and forward/CC to your gmail account.
Alternately, you could vbscript something in outlook to create a copy of the meeting into a normal outlook meeting invitation.
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