How to Sync Outlook 2010 with Windows Live Calendar

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Many users relies on online services like Windows Live Calendar to manage their schedules & dates. Instead updating your schedule & events details at multiple places like in Outlook calendar, online calendar services like Windows Live, you can sync it using Microsoft Outlook connector.

With Microsoft Office Outlook Connector, you can use Microsoft Office Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003 to access and manage your Microsoft Windows Live Hotmail or Microsoft Office Live Mail accounts, including e-mail messages, contacts and calendars for free!

How to Sync Outlook 2010 & Windows Live Calendar

1. Download & Install Out Microsoft Outlook 2010 Connector

Outlook Connector

2. Start Outlook

3. A message will be displayed asking for “Would like to add Hotmail Account”. Click on Yes

Add Hotmail Account Prompt

4. Enter your Windows Live Hotmail Settings and click on Ok.

Window Live Hotmail Settings

5. Access Windows Live Hotmail/Calendar: Your Hotmail account can be accessed from the Mail Folders List as one of your personal folders. And when you make changes to your calendar, they’re automatically synced back to your Windows Live account and can be accessed from anywhere.

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7 thoughts on “How to Sync Outlook 2010 with Windows Live Calendar”

  1. Hmmm… I’m using the latest social (hotmail) connector in Outlook 2010 and I still have to a) publish my calendar to Office Online, b) subscribe to the calendar (via the online url) in my MS Live account. A sync relationship would be when changes are made twoways; e.g. if I create an entry in Live Calendar it should be synced back to Outlook.

    It’s actually easier to sync (twoways)to Google Cal, though that too isn’t smooth in 2010.

  2. I do not observe this scenario working … I have the 64-bit edition of Windows Vista Home Premium with Outlook 2010 …
     
    Is there, perhaps, a limitation? I.e., the Connector will NOT work with the 64-bit edition?
     
    If so, can this info please be stated somewhere?

  3. it’s not working, just let you view two calendar easily….still have to do some extra moves to “sync” the calendar…

  4. This is not working! Stupid Microsoft complicates what it’s very simple. Back to Android phone and I don’t want to hear about WP7 again.

  5. Does not work. MS products are just not the same as that of Google, half of the time they do not test their products.

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