Outlook calendar entries not updating
If your request conflicts with an item on the invitees' Calendar, Outlook displays a notification.
If you, as the meeting organizer, allow this, invitees can propose an alternative meeting time.
When you send the meeting request by email, the invitees receive the request in their Inbox.
When the invitees open the request, they can accept, tentatively accept, or decline your meeting by clicking a single button.
Outlook 2013 (32- and 64-bit versions) is supported by i Cloud 2.1 i Cloud 2 users should check i Cloud 2 Issues General issues affecting both i Cloud1 and i Cloud2 are at i Cloud and Outlook Problems and issues specific to Contacts are at i Cloud and Outlook Contact Sync Issues.
New appointments are added to your default Calendar folder and you cannot set the i Cloud Calendar folder to be your default Calendar.
Last updated: May 2, 2017 Currently, you can't use Outlook on Windows to edit calendars that are shared with your account, even if you've reconnected your account to Outlook.
Typically this happens when running Outlook 2016 in cached mode with exchange or Office 365.
The easiest way to verify this is the problem is to log in to your Outlook Web Mail, if you are using Office 365 you can log in at https://portal.using your username and password.
If you can see the appointments in your shared calendars online then the issue is more than likely due to the cache on your Outlook needing refreshing, here are the steps to fix the problem: Please note.
Exchange itself is usually not the root of the problem, the mail clients (Active Sync, i OS devices, Blackberries, i Cal) and their connectivity protocol tend to be the culprits. For instance, if someone accepts a meeting at 9am on an i Phone and a delegate declines it at am on a PC, but the i Phone is out of signal range and doesn't sync the meeting until say am., what happens to the meeting?
Last updated: July 20, 2017 STATUS: FIXED This issue is fixed in the latest updates.