|23 May 2012||#1|
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Posting event via an email attachment to a secondary Outlook calendar.
To try to get around Google not asking what Outlook calendar to sync with I figured out a way to get around this short-sighted program.
1. Create another Outlook calendar.
2. Move all items from the default calendar to the newly created one.
3. Delete all items from default (you may have to leave one as one time it just made the new calendar the default one)
4. Now you can make the almost empty default Outlook calendar your business calendar that you sync with a “group” Google calendar and not sync all your personal information to the group.
Now I am just trying to see where that is going to bite me.
One instance is posting an event coming from an email attachment to the secondary Outlook calendar that has all my personal dates.
Does anyone know how to do that other than posting to the default and then moving it?
Can anyone else think of any other ways it is going to bite me?
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