Sync Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 and 2013

This article explains how to sync your Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 and 2013, it also provides an overview of free tools and services to help you choose the approach best suited for your needs.

Most likely by now all of you are aware that the good old Google Calendar Sync is not supported any longer. It was succeeded by Google Apps Sync that works only for paid accounts. And you don't need to have the third eye to comprehend at least one reason why they discontinued Calendar Sync. Microsoft and Google are the biggest competitors fighting for the leadership and market share, and all's fair in love and war... It's not only clear why we, users, should suffer.

Anyway, apart from Google's Calendar Sync, there exist a number of ways and free tools to sync Outlook and Google calendars and hopefully this article will help you choose the best approach.

How to synch Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 and 2013 (read-only)

Using this method you can set up one way syncing from Google Calendar to Outlook. Outlook will periodically check the Google Calendar for updates, and if any new or modified events are found, they will be downloaded and displayed alongside with your Outlook appointments.

Copy Google Calendar's URL

1. Log into your Google account and click Calendar on the Google bar.
Log into your Google account and click Calendar on the Google bar.

If you are logged into your Gmail account, then you will need two clicks instead of one. As you probably know, about two months ago Google rolled out the new update and all of a sudden the Calendar button disappeared from the G-mail page's task bar. Anyway, click on the Apps launcher icon Apps launcher icon and select Calendar from the list of apps.

2. Hover over the needed calendar in the calendar list at the left-hand part of the screen, click the drop-down arrow that appears to the right of the calendar name, and then click Calendar settings.
Hover over the needed calendar in the calendar list and click Calendar settings.

This will open the Calendar details page.

3. If your google calendar is public, then click the green ICAL icon next to Calendar Address. If it is private, click the ICAL button next to the calendar's Private Address.
Click the ICAL button and copy the calendar's URL.

4. Copy the calendar's URL. Now you can paste this URL into any other application that supports the iCal format (.ics) and access your Google calendar from there.

Synchronizing with Outlook 2010 and 2013

Method 1:

1. Open your Outlook and switch to Calendar > Manage Calendars ribbon group.

2. Click Open Calendar button and choose "From Internet..." from the drop down list.
Click Open Calendar button and choose

2. Paste your Google calendar's URL and click OK.

Method 2:

1. On the File tab, select Account Settings twice.
On the File tab, select Account Settings twice.

2. Switch to the Internet Calendars tab and click the New... button.
Click the New... button on the Internet Calendars tab.

3. Press Ctrl + V to past the Google calendar's URL, and then click the Add button.

4. Click Close to close the Accounting Settings dialog.

5. In the Subscriptions Option dialog box, type the folder name for the imported calendar and make sure the Update Limit checkbox is selected. If you want to transfer the attachments within your Google Calendar events, select the corresponding option too and then click OK.
Name the imported calendar and make sure the Update Limit checkbox is selected.

That's it! Your Google calendar has been added to Outlook and you can see it under "Other Calendars".

Google calendar has been imported to Outlook and you can see it under 'Other Calendars'.

Note! Remember that the Google Calendar imported in this way is read-only, the lock icon lock icon is displayed in the lower right hand corner of all imported Google Calendar's events, meaning they are locked for editing. Changes made in Outlook are not synced with your Google Calendar. If you want to send the changes back to Google Calendar, you need to export your Outlook Calendar.

Free tools and services to sync Google Calendar with Outlook

In this section we are going to look into some free tools and services and see what additional benefits they provide.

gSyncit - free add-in to sync Outlook calendars, contacts, notes and tasks with Google

gSyncit is an add-in for Microsoft Outlook purposed for syncing calendars (as well as contacts, notes and tasks) between Outlook and Google. It also supports synchronization with Evernote, Dropbox and some other accounts.

An advantage of this tool compared with the sync method that we've just discussed is that you are free to edit Google calendar events imported in the Outlook calendar.

The gSyncit tool has a free and paid version. Both versions allow 1-way and 2-way syncing of calendars, tasks, contacts and notes. The main limitation of the free version is that it allows syncing with only one calendar and displays a pop-up window on Outlook start making you wait for 15 seconds. Apart from that, this is a nice tool, intuitive and easy to configure.

How to configure Outlook and Google calendar syncing with gSyncit

1. You start by clicking the Settings button on the gSyncit tab on the Outlook ribbon.

2. In the Settings window, choose what items to sync on the left pane and then click the New button.
Configuring Outlook and Google calendar syncing with gSyncit

3. After that you create a new mapping by specifying 3 essential things:

  • Click the Verify Account button to enter your credentials and verify your Google account.
  • Click Select Calendar... under Google Calendar section to get the calendar URL.
  • And finally, click Select Calendar... under Outlook Calendar section to choose the Outlook calendar you want to sync with.

Creating a new mapping with gSyncit

4. For additional options, switch to the Sync Options tab and check the options you want. For the 2-way syncing, select both "Sync Outlook to Google" and "Sync Google to Outlook":
Set up 2-way syncing between Outlook and Google.

Of course, there are a handful of additional options on other tabs, but in most cases the settings on the Sync Options tab absolutely suffice.

5. Now you only need to click OK to save a new mapping that will link your Outlook and Google calendars together.

Once a new mapping is created, you simply click the appropriate button on the ribbon and your Google calendar will get synced with Outlook straight away.
Click the appropriate button on the ribbon to have your Google calendar synced with Outlook.

If you'd rather have automatic syncing, head over to the Applications Setting tab > Sync Options and configure your preferred synchronization intervals. You can also enable automatic syncing when Outlook starts or exists:
Configuring automatic synchronization with gSyncit

If you want advanced options, the following ones may come in handy:

  • Synchronize all appointments or within a specified time range only (Sync Range tab).
  • Sync Outlook appointments from certain categories only (Categories tab).
  • Remove duplicate appointments (Sync Options tab).

Summing up, if you are an active user of both calendars, gSyncit is definitely worth your attention as a tool to automate Outlook and Google calendar syncing.

Note. In July 2014, the Fieldston Software company posted a note that recommends the current users to temporary uninstall the latest version 4 of gSyncit and install v.3 until they fix issues in the latest version.

SynqYa - free web service to synchronize calendars and files

You may consider using this free service as an alternative way to handle your Google and Outlook calendar synchronization. A really nice feature is that it allows two-way syncing, i.e. from Google to Outlook and in the reverse direction. Synchronizing between Google and iPhone is also supported, which adds one more argument in favor of SynqYa.

The sync process is pretty straightforward and requires just two steps:

  • Sign up for a free synqYa account.
  • Authorize access to your Google calendar.

Setting up syncing between Google and Outlook calendars with SynqYa

Wrapping up, this service seems to be a decent alternative if you don't have the admin rights on your computer, or if you are reluctant to install any Outlook add-ins, or if your company has a strict policy with regard to installing third-party software in general and free tools in particular.

Calendar Sync for Outlook and Google Calendar is one more free tool that may work a treat (thanks Sam for contributing!).

Calendar Sync / Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook

At the end of the last year Google officially announced "Google Sync End of Life", including the Google Calendar Sync, which caused great agitation and confusion to Gmail users. The gist of it is that starting from January 2013, no new devices can be set up using Google Sync (a little piece of good news is that existing users can continue to use it to sync with Outlook Calendar).

So, the Google Calendar Sync download link was removed and Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook plug-in took its place. This new sync app adds support for Office 2013, automatically syncs e-mail, contacts and calendars between Outlook and Google apps servers and simultaneously copies data from a company's Exchange servers.

A fly in the ointment is that Google Apps Sync is available only for paid accounts as well as for Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government users. If you are one of those lucky customers, you may find the following resources helpful:

Download Google Apps Sync for Outlook - on this page you can find the latest version of Google Apps Sync and watch an introductory video that will help you quickly get started with this plug-in.

Work with your Google Calendar in Outlook - detailed guidance on how to set up and use Google Apps Sync with Outlook 2013 - 2003.

How to get the good old Google Calendar Sync to work for you

If you don't have any of the above mentioned Google Apps accounts, don't be upset, you still can make the officially discontinued Google Calendar Sync work for you and have your Outlook and Google Gmail calendars synced in both directions. Yes, it's true, no kidding :)

Here's what you do:

1. Use this backup link to download and install Google Calendar Sync.

Though Google does not support this utility any longer the above mentioned download is still working for Windows 7 and 8 with Outlook 2010, 2007 and 2003.

2. Run through installation by simply clicking Next, Next, Next...

3. After installation is completed, Google Calendar Sync will ask you to specify three basic things:

  • Your Gmail address and password
  • Sync options (choose 2-way for full synchronization)
  • Set the sync interval to every __ minutes

Syncing Outlook and Google calendars using Google Calendar Sync

3. Click Save, and you are done!

If you need to change the settings later, simply double click the Google Calendar Sync icon Google Calendar Sync icon on the system tray.

The Google Calendar Sync installed and ran without a hitch on my Win7 / Outlook 2010 machine. However, some users of reported that Calendar Sync was bringing up error -2147319779, especially after installing a trial of Outlook 2013. If you have run into this hurdle too, try a workaround published on this forum (you can go directly to the last post in the thread).

Note! The below fix is purposed for IT persons and advanced users only, because it makes changes in the Windows Registry. If you are not in that category, I would strongly advise you never attempt to edit the registry unless you absolutely understand what exactly you are doing, otherwise you may damage your system. Anyways, please do create a system restore point first, to be on the safe side.

In a nutshell, here's what you do.

1. Click the Start button, type regedit in the "Search programs and files" field and click on regedit.exe.

2. The Registry Editor will open and you navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\{00062FFF-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}\
Navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\{00062FFF-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}\ registry branch.

2. Check how many folders are there. If you see 2 or more folders, e.g. 9.3, 9.4 and 9.5, rename the folders corresponding to the versions of Outlook you are NOT using - 9.3 is used for Outlook 2007, 9.4 for Outlook 2010 or 9.5 for Outlook 2013. For example, if you are using Outlook 2010, you should leave the folder 9.4. unchanged. Please note that in any case, one of the folders should always remain intact! If you see just one folder, do not make any changes at all.

3. Close Outlook and Google Calendar Sync.

4. Restart Outlook and Calendar Sync.

If this workaround worked for you, you may want to say thank you to the author of this fix on the above mentioned forum :)

Note: Google Calendar Sync only works with your default calendars in both Google and Outlook.

Google Calendar Sync - End of Life

Updated on 9-Jul-2014.

As you know Google announced the coming "Google Sync End of Life" at the end of 2013. And now we know the exact date when the good old Google Calendar Sync will stop functioning altogether - 1 August 2014.

All current users have already received an official notification from Google with the following contents:

"Almost two years ago, we announced that we had ended support for Google Calendar Sync. Starting on 1 August 2014, this app will no longer sync events between your Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

You can continue to access all of your Google Calendar events at or on your mobile devices. Follow these instructions to uninstall Google Calendar Sync from your computer."

This email has raised a storm of emotions (you can look though the comments at the end of this post, staring from 124). But honestly, this wasn't a big surprise. As you remember, Google launched the Google Apps Sync for paid accounts a while ago and naturally they want to charge for syncing calendars and other items now.

So, what shall we do now? Look for alternatives! Of course, Google Calendar Sync has been the best solution for syncing the Outlook calendar with Google, but not the only one. Currently we have at least two other free choices - gSyncit and SynqYa - that allow 1-way and 2-way syncing of Outlook and Google calendars.

I believe a lot of other 3rd party syncing tools will emerge in the near future, unless Google or Microsoft "closes this door" at the programming level and puts an end to any free syncing at all. Anyway, we will be keeping a finger on the pulse and update you as soon as we have any news on this.

Import / export calendars between Outlook and Google

Using this method you can transfer a copy of your calendars in the iCalendar format from Outlook to Google and in vice versa. However, the imported calendar snapshots are not updatable and you need to get a new snapshot every time the calendar gets updated. This does not seem to be the best approach if you are actively using both calendars, though it may work if e.g. you plan to get your Outlook calendar into Gmail and then stop using Outlook.

Importing a calendar from Google into Outlook

1. Copy the Google Calendar's URL as described above (Steps 1 -3).

2. Click the calendar's URL that shows up.
Click the calendar's URL that shows up.

3. When the basic.ics file is downloaded, click on it to import the calendar into Outlook.

The imported Google calendar will open side-by-side with your Outlook Calendar and will be available under Other Calendars.

Note: The imported calendar is static and it won't update. To get the latest version of your Google Calendar, you should repeat the steps described above. Alternatively, you can subscribe to your Google Calendar and have it updated automatically.

Exporting Outlook calendar to Google

1. In Outlook Calendar, select the calendar you want to export to Google to make it the active calendar in the view.

2. Switch to the File tab and click Save Calendar.
Switch to the File tab and click Save Calendar.

3. Type a name for the iCal file in the File Name field.
Type a name for the iCal file in the File Name field.

4. Click the More Options button to specify the date range and detail level.
Specify the date range and detail level.

Tip: Click the Advanced button for two more options: 1) whether to export private items and 2) whether to export attachments within your Outlook calendar items. If you choose the latter, be aware that this might significantly increase the size of the iCalendar file.

5. Click OK to close the More Options dialog and then click Save.

That's it! You have performed all needed steps in Outlook and now let's finish the process on Google Calendar's side.

6. Log onto your Google Calendar account.

7. Click the little black arrow next to My calendars and choose Settings.
Click the little black arrow next to My calendars and choose Settings.

8. Under Calendar, click the Import Calendar link.
Click the Import Calendar link.

9. Click the "Choose File" button and browse for the .ics file you have created earlier and click Open.

10. In the drop down box next to Calendar, choose the Google Calendar where you want to import your Outlook appointments.

11. Click the Import button to finish the process.
Click the Import button to finish the process.

Note. Similar to Importing a calendar from Google into Outlook, the transferred calendar is static and won't update along with the changes you make in Outlook. To get the recent version of your Outlook calendar, you need to repeat this procedure.

Well, in this article we've covered several tools and techniques that will hopefully help you sync your Google calendar with Outlook. If none of them meets you requirements in full, you can check out various paid services, such as OggSync, Outlook Dav, Sync2, CompanionLink, GooOut and many others.

Important Note! Please be sure to use only one syncing method described in this tutorial at a time, or else you may end up having duplicate calendar items in Outlook and Google.

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264 Responses to "Sync Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 and 2013"

  1. John Moen says:

    Thanks....very helpful...looked all over g-calendar for export....NADA. Your post saved the day!


  2. NN402 says:

    Do my tutorial it will work for free:

  3. Rick Roemer says:

    I have downloaded and installed the latest ver of Google Calendar Sync(, I am using Win7 Pro 64bit, as well as MS Office 2010 64 bit. Every time I close and reopen the Outlook File/Options tab, the check has been removed from the com addin for Google Calendar Sync, and it no longer syncs. Can you please give me a solution. I use a Google Apps account that is the standard free one.

  4. Hi Rick,

    Make sure the Google Calendar Sync add-in is not listed in the Disabled Items (Options tab > Add-ins > choose "Disabled Items" in the drop-down list at the bottom of the window next to "Manage" > Go). If Google Calendar Sync is on the list, select it and click "Enable", then check it again in the Add-ins list. Hope this helps.

  5. Andy Baker says:

    Thanks very much for this information; it's absolutely priceless!

    Why have Google and Microsoft made this such a difficult process?

  6. Mark McCormick says:

    I looked everywhere for info on how to do this. Thanks Svetlana for your great article and for providing many options to do this. Well done!

  7. Hi Andy and Mark,

    Thank you very much for your comments and kind words!
    I cannot understand either why they made so difficult what should be (and used to be) very simple.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Many thanks!! The old google sync tool still works for my outlook express 2010.You have made my day.

  9. Ryan says:

    Great article. Best explanation I could find on the web, much better than the official google explanation at!topic/apps/IC6WOLh2-vw.

    I hope you get a lot of traffic, because you really made this easy.


  10. Thank you very much for your kind words, Ryan! It's really nice to know that my article has been helpful. And thanks to everyone who has taken a minute to leave a comment!

  11. NeviL says:

    What a great article and so concisely written. Many many thank, ive just got a new pc with win8, I hope it all works with that, will post and let you know. All the best ...

  12. Lex says:

    Incredibly useful. I've just upgraded to Outlook 2013 and was despairing I'd lost any hope of syncing with my google calendar (and therefore my phone / tablet).

  13. Russ says:

    Thanks for the great info. I am using the good old gmail sync option for calendar. Does this work for contacts? If not, is there a free sync for outlook to gmail contacts?

  14. Hi Russ,

    To my best knowledge, the old Google Calendar Sync worked for calendar items only. The new version of Google Apps Sync (available in paid accounts) definitely works for contacts too.

    As a free alternative, you can check out the following third party tools: gSyncit (described in this article), GO Contact Sync Mod (open source tool to synchronize Outlook contacts with Google Mail), Local Sync, Contacts Sync (paid and free versions are available). I personally tried only gSyncit and it worked just fine on my Outlook 2010 / Win7.

  15. Jim says:

    I must have deleted the calendar sync when I was deleting and uninstalling some old programs. Thank you very much! I used the download link above and reinstalled Calendar sync on my win 7 pro machine and I am using it fine with office 2010 pro. (outlook 2010) as well as with office 365 (outlook 2013)

    Thank you for taking the time to produce such a helpful article.

  16. Robmmichaels says:

    Hi, thanks for the advice how to install the old, un-supported Google Calendar Sync. It installed fine but claims my Google account and password are not correct (which they are). I am wondering if it is because I activated the 2-step authentication feature on my Google account (PW + PIN code). Do you think that is the problem?

  17. Hi Robmmichaels,

    I have never tested the 2-step authentication on my Google account and cannot state with certainty whether this can cause the issue. Anyway, you can try to switch back to 1 step authentication and see if this gets Google Calendar Sync to work.

  18. Thomas says:

    Great articles, I thought it would fix my problem. I used the old sync to keep my Google calendar updated from my work Outlook. It no longer connects giving me a message of wrong password. I tried re-entering time and time but nothing. I deleted the program and reinstalled using your link but same problem. Error states:User name and password do not match. You provided Please enter your full email address ( I am using Outlook 2010, any help would be appreciated...Thanks

  19. Hi Thomas,

    This issue may turn out to be a side effect of 2-step authentication, as reported by Robmmichaels (see comment 16 above). Do you happen to use (PW + PIN code) authentication on your Google account too or a usual 1-step authentication?

  20. Chantal says:


    I just had a technician sync my gmail addresses and calender with Outlook. I want to use Outlook for everything. The problem I have is I can't make any changes or add appointments in the Google calender while I am working in Outlook.

    What is my best option to be able to have Outlook & Google sync both way. I have Outlook 2007 and windows 8.

    Thank you,

  21. Hi Chantal,

    You can try to install the old Google Calendar Sync, as explained here: How to get the old Google Calendar Sync to work for you. It lets syncing calendars in 2 ways. If you need to sync contacts too, then check out third-party tools, you can find some in my comment 14 above. Hope this helps.

    • Chantal says:

      Hi Svetlana,

      Thank you, I finally got to install the Google Calendar Sync and it work. Thank you very much I really appreciate your support.


  22. google sync ap 2016 error says:

    Hi! So glad to have found this webpage... such GREAT info! I tried loading the Google Ap Sync as I had used it in the past with ho issues, but I randomly (about 85% of time) get an error message #2016... do you know what this is for or how I can resolve it? It is so frustrating that Google stopped supporting this sync ap. Thanks again!

  23. I have never faced error 2016 myself, but a quick search in google shows this is a common problem. You can try the solution published on this blog, the fix is described in Update 4/27/09b. Hope this helps.

  24. Thomas says:

    I did activate the two-step authentication. I believe I need to get to my trusted computer (home) to deactivate it. Will let you know if it corrects the problem...Thanks

  25. Thomas says:

    FYI, it worked. I am back to in service. Turning off the two step verification corrected the problem...Thank You so much...

  26. Hi Thomas,

    It's great that your Google Sync is up and running again! And thank you for posting this information, I think it might be very helpful for others who've run into the same problem.

  27. Edna says:

    We are a gaggle of volunteers and opening a new scheme in our community. Your website offered us with valuable info to work on. You have performed a formidable job and our entire group can be thankful to you.

  28. matt says:

    Are there any privacy concerns with SynqYa? Could they use the information I give them to hack my gmail, install bots, steal my calendar information or anything like that? I like this idea but the company seems a little suspicious.

  29. Johan says:

    I used MS-Outlook 2013 but the calendar sync between Google and Outlook became such a nightmare that I looked for alternatives and eM Client is the answer. for a single email account it is free. It does automatic calendar sync, read and write from eM Client to Google Calendar.

  30. Chuck says:

    I have my Google calendar and Outlook 2010 synced(one way only: Google to Outlook) but have a few appointments (three right now and they were all reoccuring)that have not/will not clear out of my Outlook although I've deleted them on BOTH.

    They should go away from, my Outlook calendar once I've deleted from Google and they 'appear to' as they no longer show up on the Outlook calendar but the Outlook reminders keep showing up in my Outlook deleted email every TWO hours (refresh time as set) even though the appointments have been deleted from BOTH calendars

    Any idea how to actually get rid of them? Not a HUGE problem but its starting to bug me!


    • Hi Chuck,

      This might probably happen if you have several devices connected to your Outlook and Google accounts and those two appointments somehow got stuck on one of the devices. I am not sure it's really the case, but this is the only explanation that comes to mind.

  31. Wayne says:

    You can set up a password specifically for Outlook, you don't need to disable the 2 step process. Go to the 2-step options from your Google security settings page. Go to "App Specific Passwords". Name your new password, ("Outlook work, Outlook Laptop" etc) and it will generate a random set of letters/numbers. Copy that, then paste it into the password line for your Google Calendar Sync program... you will now be able to sync and keep the 2-step process.

  32. Karin says:

    I am using Windows Vista and Outlook 2010. Until recently I was able to sync with my Iphone 4S with no trouble. Now I cant and Apple support has not been able to resolve. I guess my option is to sync with Google. Is there a way to sync Outlook 2010 and Google Calendar from Vista SP2? (I also need to sync contacts and notes) Thank you

  33. Hi Karin,

    I think you can try to use the old Google Sync tool. If this does not work for you for some reason, then check out third party tools, as an alternative. For example, gSyncit works with Vista SP2, though the free version provides syncing for calendars only.

  34. Paul A says:

    Great write-up, but I have to say that I gave up on SynqYa - the set-up is anything but intuitive and, after three hours of cross-eyed concentration, I have achieved nothing...

    But, good news that the Google Calendar Sync can still be found. I was afraid that a new laptop would mean the end of Gmail/Outlook calendar sync.

  35. Bob says:

    My calendar sync stopped working. It would sync 30% and give error code 2016 (or something like that). I uninstalled it.

    Then I followed your instructions and used the backup link to re-install calendar sync. Now when I try to sync I get this message: Username and password do not match. You provided Please enter your full email address (

    How do I fix this?

    Thank you.

  36. Bob says:

    I have read some more of the comments but they do not tell how (what steps) to determine if you have 2 step authentication. I don't recall ever setting it up, but how do I determine if I have 2 step and how do I change it to one step.

    BTW. I still get the Username and password don't match error message.

  37. Hi Bob,

    If you have the 2-step verification enabled, you should see the "Turn off 2-Step Verification" button on this page; if not then you will see "Start setup".

    You can find the detailed instructions on how to turn off the 2-step verification on the following page (from Google support):

    Also, you may try Wayne's solution first (please see comment 31 above). He seems to have found a way to make it work with 2 step authentication as well. I personally did not try this solution because I've never turned on 2 steps on my google account. If it works for you, please take a minute and post the result here for other users to know. Thank you in advance : )

  38. Lift says:

    On a slightly different issue, I am having trouble syncing up my outlook email on Windows 8.1 with gmail. Even when I try send and receive or update the gmail folder in outlook I dont see the latest emails that I see in the web based gmail. I use IMAP. I removed gmail and added it again. It did fine the first time and then I stopped getting new email.

  39. vin says:

    hello guys,

    i want to setup group calendar for imap/smtp mail server can anyone tell me the procedure that i will follow to setup group calendar in outlook 2010.
    so that it will sync automatically.

  40. RAIN says:

    I've been looking for this link for the old Google Calendar Sync for about 2 years to no avail. I've literally had no calender sync for 2 years. THANK YOU!

  41. ASM says:

    Hi Svetlana - I synched my gmail calendar with Outlook, and am now able to view my google calendar in my Outlook calendar. However, I would like my google calendar appointments to appear as "Busy" in Outlook when others are trying to scheduled appointments with me (in Outlook). Is g-Syncit the best option for this?

    • Hi ASM,
      It would be quite logical if it worked that way. But I've never tested this myself, so I cannot say with certainty whether the Busy status will appear in Outlook. Sorry for not being able to help you with this question : (

  42. Paul says:


    I managed to get my e-mails synced between my gmail account and Outlook 2013. (I guess that's a feature that works just by adding the gmail account to Outlook.) I need to sync my calendar and my contacts, with the calendar being the priority. I installed the old Google Calendar Sync and it looked like it installed properly, but then I read the note above in the instructions that said, "Note: Google Calendar Sync only works with your default calendars in both Google and Outlook." I have several other calendars that I created and that I share with others. Am I correct in assuming that these calendars can NOT be synced using GCS? Before I start downloading other 3rd-party tools, which of the other alternatives allow for 2-way syncing of ALL calendars under my gmail account? Thank you for your help!


    • Hi Paul,
      This is true, the old Google Sync works with the default calendars only. I'm afraid there are only 2 possible ways to get it to work with several calendars and neither is free. You can upgrade to a paid Google Apps account (a trial version is available, so you can use it first to make sure it works right for you) or use a commercial third party tool. As far as I know all free versions, at least those I tested when writing this article, work with one account only. I personally would go with the Google App account, because the fee is not very high, it provides other useful features and is sort of official.

  43. Chintesh says:

    Hi Svetlana

    I would like to import and update ics file from google to Microsoft Outlook existing Calender. I tried but it shows me as separate Internet Calender.

    Can you please guide.


    • Hi Chintesh,

      After you choose the location where to save the .ics iCalendar and click OK, Outlook will display a dialog asking you to choose whether you want to open the new calendar as a new calendar or import it into the existing one. And you click the "Import" button.
      Importing iCalendar (.ics) file

  44. Will Erwich says:

    Svetlana - You are a tremendous help with this article and follow-up posts. I did not find the help I need and thought I would ask. My company was using Lotus Notes and I was using a sync software called calsync to sync my Lotus Notes calendar one way to my Google calendar. It did not require Admin. Rights and so I could install it on my work computer. My company now went to Outlook and I can find no equivalent to Calsync... everything I've found, including all your recommendations require Admin Rights and I am not able to use them. Do you have any suggestions? By the way, here is the link to Calsync (I really want to find an equivalent for Outlook).

  45. Hi Will,

    Thank you very much for your kind words. Regrettably, I don't know any syncing tool for Outlook that would not require admin rights :( The only alternative that comes to mind is using some third-party online service like SynqYa.

  46. Kevin says:

    Hi Svetlana, I am using the old Google Sync with Outlook 2010. Works fine except when Outlook is not running I get a dialogue box asking which Outlook profile to use. 'Outlook' is my only profile and I have checked the dialogue box to make it the default profile to no avail. Is it a requirement that Outlook be running for Google Sync to do its thing or is there a registry setting I could use to force the Outlook profile to default? Thank you!

  47. Alibek says:

    Hi Svetlana,
    many thanks for generous aid. tried couple of solutions, neither of which worked for two way sync btw outlook and google cal and made google cal editable in outlook. Your post solved the issue.

    • Alibek says:

      Hi Svetlana, the google calendar sync workaround is fully functional, however the data generated in outlook is only pushed to google cal, and in magical way does not appear in android (that is synced with google cal).
      If event is generated in google cal, then both outlook and android update accordingly. Kind of tricky, and I don't understand the way outlook generated entries are pushed to google cal but do not reach the mobile.

      • Hi Alibek,
        Thank you for your feedback! Regrettably, I am totally unfamiliar with android syncing issues since I am an iphone user : ) Really sorry for not being able to help you with this.

  48. Pietro says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    I tried to download the old application but it does not exist anymore.
    Can you help me in anyway in getting the old Google Calendar Sync?


  49. Nanette says:

    Hi Svetlana, Thank you for your article. I have followed the directions using the old application of google sync and deleting the 9.5 file. However when I arrived at the {00062FFF-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}\ file there was only a 9.3 file? Help.

  50. Jen says:

    I followed your directions (very helpful) but then found a download that syncs my Outlook & Google calendars actively, rather than statically. Now I have duplicates of everything in my calendar! How do I get rid of the static calendar sync??

    Thank you!

    • Hello Jen,
      For me to be able to help better, can you please specify which exactly method of static syncing you used? And what tool for dynamic syncing you downloaded?

      • Jen says:

        I followed your instructions in the section above called "Import / export calendars between Outlook and Google" because I wanted Outlook items to appear on Google, not the other way around. I then used Sync2 to get Outlook to supposedly sync on the hour with Google, but I am finding that it has not been doing so. Advice?


        • Jen says:

          update: the sync finally kicked in and I'm seeing new Outlook items in Google.

          • Jen says:

            but (fyi) the duplicates are still there from the static calendar import.

          • Hi Jen,

            Thank you for the update. You can remove duplicate items from your Outlook using this free tool: Outlook Duplicate Items Remover.

            If you also set one-way syncing from Google to Outlook, described in "How to synch Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 and 2013 (read-only)", you can turn it off in this way: in your Outlook, switch to the File tab > Account settings > Account Settings... > Internet Calendars. Select your Google calendar and click the Remove button.

            I am really sorry that my post has caused these troubles to you. I'm doing to add a note that only one synching method should be used to avoid duplicates. Don't hesitate to contact me again if I can help any further.

          • Jen says:

            Hi Svetlana,

            Thank you for reminding me that I could remove the other sync tool - but now the ODIR won't install - there's an "unspecified error" :( IDEAS?

          • Jen says:

            Actually, the ODIR page says that my Windows and Office versions being 64 bit or 32 bit make a difference - how do I find out what mine are? I have Windows 7 and Office 2010 Professional Plus.

          • Jen says:

            To be more specific, the error message says: "Unable to register the DLL/OCX: DllRegisterServer failed: code 0x80004005."

          • Jen says:

            ok, last one: Windows is 64-bit but I can't figure out how to find if Office is 32 or 64...

          • Jen says:

            Alrighty, now I know that my version of Office is 64 bit - so is there a different tool I can use to get rid of the duplicates? ODIR doesn't run on 64 bit versions of Office.

          • Hi Jen,

            Then you can try Duplicates Remover for Outlook from MAPILab that works with Outlook 2010 64-bit too. This is a paid tool, but they also provide a 30-day trial version:

            Hope this will help.

  51. Chantal says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    I have a problem with my Outlook since I have change for the 2010 version on Monday. If I set up an appointment in my cel phone or in Google calender it appear 1 hr earlier in Outlook.

    Do you know what I need to do. I had a technician work on this most of the afternoon and couldn't resolve it.



    • Hi Chantal,
      There's only one thought that comes to mind - check whether you have the same time zones and DST (Daylight saving time) set in your cell phone, Google Calendar and Outlook.

      • Anonymous says:

        Hi Svetlana,

        For some reason it is working with my cellular but still not working with Google Calender and Outlook. As for the setting they are both set for Eastern time but I don't see anything about DST.

        Should I try to reinstall Google Sync?


  52. Chantal says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    I have been doing more test and now it is not working with my cellular or google. I have try some try found on the web (because it looks like I am not the only with this problem) and one test work but then it didn't.

    Whatever I schedule in my cellular or google are ok on both platform it just that it is 1 hr off in Outlook.

    I found this

    What do you think of this program. Is it worth it?



    • Hi Chantal,

      As far as I understand, they recommend switching to a paid version of gSync. I cannot say anything about it because I tried only a free version of this tool when writing this article. It worked fine for me, but on the other hand I’ve never had this 1 h. late problem, so I do not know whether gSynс will really be able to solve the issue.

      Anyway, I believe it's worth trying free means first : ) BTW, the link you found also says the problem is related to DST "It all started when they changed the dates for daylight savings time. Apparently Google Calendar Sync is coded in such a way that it recognizes the old dates for daylight savings time."

      I've found Microsoft's recommendations for Outlook and time zones that do not observe daylight saving here, probably this will be helpful:

      • Chantal says:

        Hi Svetlana,

        Thank you, I will wait and see when GMT change to DST on March 26 if this get resolve otherwise I will check the paid option.

        I am in EST and we change DST on March 09.

        Thank you again and have a great day,


  53. George Hooper says:


    Great post - synchronization of google calendar and Outlook is configured and working.

    Thanks for your help!

  54. Gary Green says:

    Regarding 2 step authentication, just wanted to note that Wayne's comment in 31 above works perfectly.

    Thanks Svetlana for the best description of this process and options anywhere!

  55. Jim says:

    The link to only brings up version of Google Calendar Sync and the description says that there are "limitations" and that you should purchase the it to remove the limitations.

  56. Bob says:

    OMG thanks Svetlana, total lifesaver, one of the most helpful posts I've ever encountered.
    Thank you!!!

  57. Chris says:

    Hi, Svetlana. After reading your post and all the published Q and A's, I'm still having trouble. I use Outlook to pull my yahoo ( email from the server and into the software. I have used the Google Calendar Sync software for years to sync (2-ways) between Outlook and my gmail account so the calendar events in my Outlook populate on my (Android) cell phone, and vice versa. While no changes were made to software / settings, this stopped working recently: calendar events do not copy from Outlook into my phone, nor do events added on my phone populate into the Outlook calendar on my laptop. I have triple-checked the settings on GCS, including to be sure "2-way sync" is selected. I tried the suggestion from a previous poster to set up Google's 2-step verification + app-specific passwords, to no avail. Any thoughts?

  58. Pradeep says:

    Thanks Svetlana for the wonderful piece of information. It helps a lot.

  59. deb says:

    Thanks for sharing this. Well done!

  60. Kumar Aniruddh says:

    Worked like a charm.
    Thanks a ton Svetlana.

  61. Gabriele says:

    You are great! Thanks a lot. This is the only free working system to Sync it all!

  62. Alex says:

    Hi, I install the google sync, and every time that the program sync, they me for outlook profile, and only I have one profile, also I put the check as default, please help I don't want to choose every time the default profile.-

    • Hi Alex,

      Verify whether Google Calendar Sync is checked in the COM add-ins list:
      - In Outlook 2010 and 2013, go to File -> Options -> Add-ins.
      - Select COM Add-Ins in the drop-down list next to Manage and click Go.
      - Find Google Calendar Sync in the list. If it is unchecked, add a check and click OK. If it was checked, remove a check, then check it again and click OK.

      If the above does not help, please check out other suggestions:

  63. martyg says:

    thanks so much. super clear.
    so I have exported my outlook calendar to my gmail calendar. again.
    but this is not true synching.
    my Samsung G4 wants me to use KIES 3 for synching - which I find to be a clunky awful tool.
    before I spend more time on this - would gsynchit - or some other tool make my life easier?

    - M

    • Hi Martyg,

      gSyncit can definitely make your life easier if you are looking for syncing between Outlook and Google. As for Samsung G4, sorry I am not familiar with this device and cannot recommend anything.

  64. Tim says:

    Thank you for the information. Microsofts latest upgrade to S Planner now means that syncing on my Samsung Galaxy S4 is not compatible so hopefully gSyncit will provide me with a viable alternative. So far so good.


  65. Lori D. Kendall says:

    Svetlana, thank you, thank you! This information was fantastic! You are awesome!

  66. DrSusan says:

    Thank you sooooo... much for this information!!! After having to replace my hard drive on my laptop computer (and subsequently reinstalling all of my software), I didn't know what I was going sync my Outlook calendar with my Google calendar that my assistant needs in order to schedule my appointments since Google Calendar Sync is no longer available. The information contained in this article was a lifesaver!

    I really commend you for the thoroughness of the information that was included and the straight forward presentation of it. Everything was very easy to follow.

    Thank you!


  67. Brett says:


    I wish to echo what others have already noted. Thank you so much for a clear and intelligent article that offers multiple solutions to syncing Outlook and Google calendars AND explains the features of these options. I was going to try the Google Calendar Sync on my pc even though I knew it had been shut to new users. I had set it up on my wife's laptop prior to it being discontinued but, somehow, I had not saved the file. Finding your article, with an active link to the file, was more than I could have hoped for.

    Thank you very much for a fantastic article.


  68. Soheil Mizani says:

    hi, so thanks about all. in Iran we can't pay for google app. your advises solve my problem. Bests

  69. C. Mullican says:

    Thanks for the article, and especially for continuing to respond to comments! I recently started a new job, and here, they use Outlook, which I haven't used in close to a decade -- very different now! I have my Outlook calendar displaying on my Google calendar, and vice versa, but what I don't know is whether my coworkers will be able to see my Google calendar free / busy information. If I put a dentist appointment on my Google calendar from my phone, will they see that I'll be in late? All the details? Nothing?

    My main reason to want to sync the two is so I don't have to enter that sort of info twice, but I'm not sure how to check, other than asking a coworker to look, I guess.

    • If you use the default Outlook calendar and have shared it with your co-workers, then yes, they should see your Google appointments as well.

      >...but I'm not sure how to check, other than asking a coworker to look, I guess.

      I believe this is a very reasonable approach. To know with certainty, I'd create a test appointment and check with a colleague what exactly details they see.

  70. J. Curtis says:

    I have a Windows 7 machine and use Outlook 2013. Will the synch instructions still work as you describe in "How to get the old good Google Calendar Sync to work for you?"

  71. P. Nattakitt says:

    Thank you very much.

  72. Paul Brock says:

    Could you post an export of your registry settings because this did not seem to fix my issue. W7 + Outlook 2013

  73. Nick S says:

    On the other side of the coin, how do you totally remove Outlook calendar events from your Google calendar if you did install Google Sync? I thought I'd try Google Sync on my Win7 machine and Android phone and while it worked great, after a day I actually didn't like my work Outlook calendar events showing on my phone!
    So, I just went to Control Panel-Programs-Uninstall Google Sync and it did uninstall the app. However, my Google Calendar still has all the Outlook calendar events on it? Can I get these off?

    • Hi Nick,
      I am afraid I cannot suggest any solution other than deleting unwanted Outlook appointments in your Google Calendar manually. Uninstalling Google Sync does not delete the events that have already been synced.

  74. sachadon says:

    Thanks a lot for the document. gsyncit works for me. Thanks!

  75. Sandeep says:

    Thanks for sharing this great article. I had gone nuts hunting around the web until I found this.

    By the way, can I sync multiple Google accounts with this software?

  76. Sandeep says:

    Sorry! I missed out mentioning the software that I was talking about. It's Google Calendar Sync.

  77. StWill says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    I have been trying to sync my outlook 2007 running on my dell, ms windows vista home premium edition with my google calendar which currently syncs to my lg g2. I have followed your instructions above, installing the google calendar/sync, changing the regedit etc. but it still won't sync. As seems to be with other above, I keep getting the error message and being asked for the default profile. Any suggestions?

    • Frank says:

      Under control panel you need to open mail
      then you can can choose profile
      there should be a button that says to use a profile as default
      it worked for me

      • StWill says:

        Thanks for the info, Frank, I looked into your suggestion. It was already the default, I went ahead and told it to default there again; its still doing it. Honestly I will deal with the pop up window if I could just get it to sync! :/ Any advice is welcome.

  78. Jaka says:

    thanx for link on old Google Calendar Sync

  79. Anonymous says:

    Looking for the Google Calendar Sync that I had on my old laptop. GCS wouldn't sync some appts. and I just live with it since it seems to be a common problem. Tried your suggestion with gSyncit, all my appts. sync'ed without problems.

    Thank you!

  80. Dan says:

    This was AWESOME help. THANK YOU.

  81. Alex says:

    The loss of this feature was terrible for us! I manage an events centre. We previously added bookings to our outlook calendar which then synced to google calendar which then displayed on our website. I don't want to start just using the google calendar as it isn't as clear to look at and doesn't print out as well (i print the calendar weekly for our caretakers). I may though use the feature where I sync the google calendar to the outlook one. That could work and help us ensure that bookings are on both calendars - at the moment we having to add them to both calendars individually which isn't a biggie but it's easy to forget to add it to the google one if you have been distracted. Worst case sceanario - the appointments show up twice on the outlook calendar - at least we would be able to see where entries don't match. Thanks

  82. Rasika says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing this.. It works for me straight away and it is really useful when trying to keep an eye on personal appointments in Google without peeing to the phone while working in Outlook

  83. Brian says:

    Do you know how to sync a gmail calendar if you dont have the private address for the calendar? I keep getting an error "cannot verify or add the internet calendar in outlook. verify the link is a valid calendar link"


  84. John says:

    Svetlana: downloaded the calendar sync program and installed. get an error code:

    Could not initialize Google Calendar sync for Microsoft Outlook: error 214741811 code 1006.

    Looked at the help site for Calendar sync. Cleared my browser cache and made sure that my firewall allowed Google calendar sync through. Still received the same error code. Any help would be appreciated.


  85. John says:

    Svetlana: Calendar sync is working. I had to open a port for Google calendar sync in my fire wall. I also had to go into Com Add-ins in outlook and enable calendar sync and disable windows slide show for calendar.

    This is a great post and discussion

  86. Paul says:

    Great article! I just moved to a new computer and was trying to figure out how to replace google calendar sync. gSyncit works even better!


  87. dkmangum70 says:

    Awesome post. I tried everything under the sun prior to visiting this post for syncing ONLY my Outlook 2007 Calendar with my Gmail Calendar. There are a million ways to out there to sync the other way but that wasn't doing the trick for my situation. Synqya, however, did the trick in one attempt and was fairly easy to set up.

  88. Sam says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    Here is another Free Calendar Sync software. You may add this to your free app list.

  89. Steve A says:

    Hello, and thank you for this great information. I installed gSyncit and am concerned with how slow the process is . I have never had a sync program that did not fly through the process. I have 300 contacts and it takes several seconds for each contact and also about 10 seconds for each contact with a photo even when there have been no changes. Is this normal?

  90. Stephen says:

    Thank you for this very simple and easy step by step guide. This had been bugging me for ages until i found your post.

  91. JP says:

    Many thanks for the tips and links!!! Installed and works very well.....why or why do "those folks" have to continue to screw with their users???

  92. Magnus Trönnberg says:

    A big Thank You to you, Svetlana!

  93. Max says:

    YES! Thank you!
    now i can see what our cubscouts are doing when my boss asks, are you busy next week.
    super easy too!

  94. Jo says:

    Thanks, that was very helpful!

  95. Sharon says:

    Thank you Svetlana. Your post has saved my day. I had to upgrade my OS to Windows 7 and thought I'd never get my calendar sync to work again.

  96. Paul says:


    Excellent piece of work, very generous of you to share, well done

    I have for many years been frustrated that I can't see what is in my work (company secured) MS-Outlook schedule calendar when arranging things in my personal (Google) calendar and to a lesser extent, vise versa

    Now I can. I have set up a monthly reminder to respectively export / import both calendars, which whilst not as perfect as real-time syncing, is a million times better than having to make tentative arrangements and then try to remember to check my work calendar the next time I am in the office....and then remember to firm up with my friends / family the previous 'tentative' status of our arrangements!

    well done you!

  97. CM says:

    Thank you for the link to sync outlook and google. Do you have an active blog for I would like to sign up and learn more from you.

  98. Feroz says:

    You are just great! I have tried so many of the ways but it didnt work until I have found your ways. Thanks. As it is only a "Read only" option, can you advise a way to make it workable to read/write also? Great help thanks.

    • Hi Feroz,

      Thank you for your kind words. Regrettably, writing is not possible because of the limitations of the iCalendar protocol that is used for syncing Google Calendar and Outlook.

  99. Ahmad says:

    Hi dear
    Thanks for this helpfull info, i was looking for quit long timd
    and it worked for me with outlook 2013 without any errors
    old good Google Calendar Sync

  100. Alice says:

    great explanation thank you! but do you know if there is a way to have an update made to my phone calendar automatically show up on my outlook calendar too? it never works 2 way it seems.

    • Thank you Alice,
      Please verify whether your phone calendar allows two-way syncing with google calendar. If it does, then it should work with Outlook too if you use Google Calendar Sync.

  101. Bernardo Annoni says:

    Great Post! Helped a lot!

    hugs from Brazil!


  102. Tom says:

    I followed your instructions on 2-way syncing using the old Outlook Sync tool. Am Running Outlook 2007. Get this message:

    Task 'Internet Calendar Subscriptions' reported error (0x0004002B) : 'Outlook cannot parse the property "CREATED", near line 17486. The property is being ignored.'

    What am I doing wrong?

  103. Andrea says:

    Hello Svetlana,
    I downloaded and installed Google Calendar Sync: it worked like a charm and now I have the 2-way synchronization OUTLOOK - GMAIL calendars I was looking for.
    A big thank-you from Grenoble!

  104. Marcelo says:

    Thank you Svetlana, the "back up link" was very helpfull to me!

    A big hug from Chile!

  105. Rafael says:

    Thanks! The first method did the trick!!!

  106. Tom says:

    Hello, I am curious if you think the Google Apps Sync for Outlook will work ONLY on hosted exchange, or will it also work if we ran Office365?
    Thanks in advance, great post!

  107. Matt says:

    I have Outlook 2010 and had been using Google Sync. Yesterday I tried to sync and the Google login window popped up. (This did not happen before.) I tried logging in but every time my email and password would not save and just disappear. Could this be something related to security settings on my computer or something related to my google account? Thank you.

    • Hi Matt,

      Try to log into Gmail via web. It it works fine, then most likely the problem is in the 2-step authentication feature on your Google account. Comments 31 and 37 above explain how to get it fixed. Hopefully, these solutions will work for you too.

  108. Jack Runion says:

    Hi Svetlana. Great page. Finally got Google Calendar Sync to work. Thanks.

    But I did try the first option and when I came to "5. In the Subscriptions Option dialog box" I couldn't find that box in the Outlook 365 that I am using. Am I missing something?

    • Hi Jack,

      This option is available in the desktop version of Outlook 2013, which is included with some Office 365 plans. If you are using the online version, this method of importing a calendar is not available, sorry.

  109. Brendan says:

    I just downloaded and installed Google Calendar Sync and it's on my pc, but I don't know how to "run" it. I've clicked on the icon on the Start menu, but nothing happens. I've looked in Outlooked (yes, I've restarted both Google and Outlook), but don't see anywhere to launch Google Calendar Sync. Help?

    • Hello Brendan,

      Usually, the Google Calendar Sync starts syncing automatically at the time interval you set during installation (step 3 in this article). If this does not happen, check out Outlook's Disabled Items (File tab -> Options > AddiIns > Disabled Add-ins > Go). If you see Google Calendar Sync in the list, enable it. If it is not there, then most likely you will find its icon among hidden icons in your system tray.

  110. Linda says:

    Hi Svetlana,
    As the outlook calendar/google calendar sync were not working properly, I followed the instructions

    1. Click the Start button, type regedit in the “Search programs and files” field and click on regedit.exe.

    2. The Registry Editor will open and you navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\{00062FFF-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}\

    I then deleted the folder 9.5 (leave 9.4 intact!).There was no 9.4 option.

    I now get the error message 214731977 & I am concerned that if I shut down the computer, I will not be able to reboot it.

    Do you have any suggestions, please?
    I am using windows 8 with outlook 2013

    • Hi Linda,

      Oops, in that case you should not have deleted 9.5. And I should have added the corresponding notice to the article, sorry for that omission. I have just added more details pertaining to that fix so that others won't stumble on the same stone.

      Anyway, I believe that nothing wrong will happen to your computer. In the worst case, you would need to reinstall Google Calendar Sync. To do this, please perform the steps below:

      1. Close Outlook.
      2. Exit Google Sync. Find it in the system tray, right-click and select Exit from the context menu.
      3. Make sure there is no hanging Google Calendar Sync process in the Task Manager (right click the taskbar and choose "Start Task Manager", then switch to the Processes tab).
      4. Go to the Control Panel, Add/Remove programs, find Google Calendar Sync and click uninstall.
      5. Install it again.

      FYI, Google Calendar Sync does not always work in system configurations like yours (Office 2013 and Win8). It works for some users and does not work for others, no one knows why...

  111. David Mendels says:

    Thank you, thank you , thank you. You saved the day.

  112. Alex says:

    I am now impressed, gSyncit is brilliant and it now gives us an excellent method of automatically backing up our Google information, very happy teddy, thanks.

  113. lacivilservant says:

    Do any of these work if you're using the web-based version of Outlook as opposed to the desktop version?

  114. Linda says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    Thank you for your reply. I followed your instructions, however, 9.5 has not been reinstated in the registry.

    The Google sync process in the Task Manager seems to be working but a sync does not occur & I continue to get the following Error message “Could not connect to Microsoft Outlook: error – 2147319779.”

    Prior to deleting 9.5 the sync was working, but only one way, even though the 2 way sync had been selected.

    Any further suggestions would be greatly appreciated, as I really miss the sync process.


    • Hi Linda,

      This is very strange indeed. Please try out the following steps:

      1. Close both Outlook and Google Calendar Sync and download this file (right-click it and select "Save link as"). The file contains the standard settings of the 9.5. branch.

      2. Save this .txt file to some location.

      3. In Windows Explorer, right-click the file and choose to rename it. Change only the file extension from .txt to .reg.

      4. Double click on the .reg file in Windows Explorer to import it to the registry.

      BTW, 2-way syncing works a bit slower than 1-way, that is why you should set the syncing interval 10 minutes or more. When done, please allow about 30 minutes for the syncing process to start.

  115. Linda says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    Thank you for providing the download. Sorry to be difficult but I do have a couple of questions. When I saved the file the ".txt" extension didn't show. On opening the file it shows that it is in Notepad format but the "File name" does not include the ".txt" file extension. In the "Save as type:" it indicates that it is to be saved in ".txt" format. I added the ".reg" extension, but got no further.

    I got stuck on point 4. Double clicking on the ".reg" file opens it but what steps are needed to import it to the registry?

    Hope you can help.

  116. Linda says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    I figured out how to import the file into the registry. Thank you for your assisting me with this process. I am now waiting to find out whether or not the sync is going to work. No error message presented, as it did previously, so I am hopeful that it is going to work as it should. I'll let you know. In the meantime thank you so much for your help.


  117. Linda says:

    Hi Svetlana,

    I just want to say a big thank you. Everything seems to be working perfectly now, albeit only as a one way sync from Google to Outlook, but I'm thrilled all the same.

  118. Sara says:

    I recently update my Outlook to 2013 version. Previously I had my google calendar linked to my phones and outlook. If a changes was made on the calendar (on any device) all calendars would update. Now the Outlook 2103 calendar will not update with changes made on google calendar nor will changes made on Outlook update on the google calendar. Is there a way to sync Outlook and Google Calendar with updates (not read only).


    • BlossomStein says:

      Use the backup link above, install calendar sync; it takes 2 minutes. It syncs calendars both ways between Outlook and your gmail calendar.

      • Sara says:

        Thank. After installation,there was not a pop up window. Only the option to close the download box.

        • Hello Sara,
          You need to run the downloaded file and finish the installation. You should see the configuration settings during the installation as described in the article. Alternatively, you can right-click the Google Calendar Sync icon in the system tray and select Options. Choose 2-way syncing and click Save.

  119. BlossomStein says:

    I've been using calendar sync for years on my work desktop. I ALWAYS keep copies of programs like that when I download them because Google USUALLY makes changes that adversely affect my computer chi. However I haven't been able to locate it anywhere. THANK YOU for that backup link!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  120. Lences says:

    Dear Ms. Svetlana, Thank you very much for your post.
    Now I can sync my google calendar with my work calendar in outlook 2014.

  121. Hol says:

    Thanks so much! Very helpful! I was going to spend hours transferring info from Outlook to Google but with your help, it took less than 5 minutes!

  122. Nathan says:

    Do any of these have an option to do a one-way sync, Microsoft Outlook calendar to Google Calendar, like the no longer supported Google Calendar Sync?

  123. Mike G says:

    Did anyone else just get an email from google calendar team stating that the old sync app is going to cease functioning after August 1st?

  124. Leef says:

    Well, it looks like there could be another mass visitation to this site as Google has just announced that Google Calendar Sync (GCS) will be nonfunctional in little more than three weeks from the date of this post.

    I see that a few options beyond GCS have been discussed here, including gSyncIt, GO Contact Sync Mod and SynqYa. I am looking forward to further discussions of the options, and if I try one, I'll report back with my impressions.

  125. Ms. G says:

    I have just received the following email from the Google Calendar team:

    Important Announcement about Google Calendar Sync
    Almost two years ago, we announced that we had ended support for Google Calendar Sync. Starting on 1 August 2014, this app will no longer sync events between your Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar.
    You can continue to access all of your Google Calendar events at or on your mobile devices. Follow these instructions to uninstall Google Calendar Sync from your computer.
    - The Calendar Team

  126. Diane says:

    Hi Svetlana,
    Thanks for all the great information in this column. I have been using G Calendar sync (old link) with Outlook 2014 for 8 month. I Received the note below from the Google Calendar Team today: I guess GOOGLE scanned computers looking for the old ap? Have any of your followers had real issues about using synqya? Do you still recommend it?

    "Important Announcement about Google Calendar Sync
    Almost two years ago, we announced that we ended support for Google Calendar Sync. Starting on August 1, 2014, this app will no longer sync events between your Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar.
    You can continue to access all of your Google Calendar events at or on your mobile devices. Follow these instructions to uninstall Google Calendar Sync from your computer.
    - The Calendar Team"

    • Hi Diane,

      Please don't worry, Google does not scan computers. I guess the message was sent to all Google accounts that got connected to gsync in the past months.

      As for synqya, I used it for a very short period, just to give it a try, and did not notice any issues.

  127. Andy says:

    Yup - same here :( Google Calendar Sync finally coming to an end...

  128. Johan says:

    Google stop support for calender sync 1 Aug 2014

    Google is becoming more and more like Apple. They want to control everything so that they can make more money. When I chose Android, syncing was a great option. Now they are ending it, trying to force me to use Google apps, which will cost me $5/month, which translates to about $50 in my country because of our currency.

    Calender sync is such a simple and small software, yet they want so much money for it. I do not need the other services.

    Google, I have lost trust in you. You are now just like Apple. First you stole my 32G SD card with Kit Kat, now calender sync, what next. Now that you have grown up, you are becoming a bully. Well, you are losing me as a customer.

    There are other 3rd parties, but how long before Google puts an end to that? I am angry!!!

  129. Tom_B says:

    Great Blog!! I'm looking forward to what Svetlana's comments are and the best next steps and App's being used to continue syncing with Google Calendar.

    Tx Tom

  130. Aaron says:

    Just received this email today. Are they going to break calendar so we can't use the old app?

    Important Announcement about Google Calendar Sync

    Almost two years ago, we announced that we ended support for Google Calendar Sync. Starting on August 1, 2014, this app will no longer sync events between your Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

    You can continue to access all of your Google Calendar events at or on your mobile devices. Follow these instructions to uninstall Google Calendar Sync from your computer.
    - The Calendar Team

    • Rachel says:

      Aaron, I received the same email. It looks like Google is going to break their system so that Google Calendar Sync no longer works at all. Not surprised; they want to charge for syncing calendar/tasks now.

      • Thanudcha says:

        I received the same email too.. I only need google calendar sync from my outlook. Are there any option that still free for sync outlook -> google calendar.

        • Hi Everyone!

          I've got my email from Google only this morning, but I was already prepared to it due to your comments : )

          As Rachel rightly noticed, we should not be surprised since it's obvious that Google would want to get paid for the job they do, especially after they released the Google Apps Sync for paid accounts.

          There are still several free alternatives that support both 1-way and 2-way syncing between Outlook and Google calendars. I'd recommend trying gSyncit or Synqya in the first place, as time-proved solutions.

          Anyway, I'm going to research for other free tools and in case I find any decent ones I'll post my findings here.

          I also want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has posted feedback on this blog. THANK YOU!

  131. Laurent says:

    Great blog, very clear, thanks a lot. But those solutions - synqya for instance - will they be useful after August 1, 2014? Thanks.

  132. Diane R says:

    Hi all,

    I am trying to use Google Apps Sync to sync my Gmail calendar to my outlook calenders. My emails already come through but when I try to use Google Apps Sync an error message comes up with

    'Google Apps Sync is not enabled for your domain'

    Can anyone help me to solve the problem?

    • Hi Diane,

      Please keep in mind that Google Apps Sync is available for Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government accounts only. If your domain is in this category, you should definitely contact Google support for assistance.

  133. Sergio says:

    Hi Svetlana, I've received, as all, the google email this morning...and after several attempts and search, I've finally found your blog with a lot of useful instructions ! I've installed "gsyncit" and it works GREAT ! Thanks to you :-)

  134. Leef says:

    It sounds like the free version of gSyncIt does everything that GCS does plus more (up to 50 contacts), but to get full functionality you must pay. On the other hand for one PC at $20 or two PC's at $30, getting all that functionality while precluding the need for a paid Google subscription, I'm inclined to just support the software, buy it, and be done with it all....

  135. Fred says:

    Well, yes, gSyncIt works.
    But pops up a window requiring you to clik on "evaluate" (or something like that), preventing outlook usage for 15 seconds each time you restart outlook :'(

  136. Chet Rakocinski says:

    Thank You Svetlana - your article will greatly assist us in getting through this impasse :-)

  137. Bill says:

    Thank-you for the information Svetlana

    Just wondering if anyone has tried SyncMyCal
    and how it compares to gSyncIt or Synqya...

    • Peter says: only has a demo version that syncs 3 days at a time (no auto) available. The paid version has been discontinued, supposedly to be given away for free, but they haven't actually done so. It's been so long I doubt they ever will.

  138. Susan B. Bentley says:

    Thank you so much for this post! I'd been burying my head in the sand a bit concerning Google's calendar sync being discontinued and it was only a heads-up email from them this week that finally got me looking for an alternative. Your instructions for gSyncIt were very clear and helpful - it looks like it's working so far! Cheers!

  139. Phil says:

    This post is gold. Thank you so much. Google Apps Sync for only paid customers - just another reason to fight the power!

  140. Court says:

    Used the Google Calendar sync until now and was looking for alternatives since it's going away. Like the others am sorely disappointed that Google and Microsoft can't work together... but until they grow up and figure out how to share the sandbox, thank you for this information! I set up Gyncit and it's working great for my calendar betw my outlook on my laptop, gmail calendar, and iphone. I can add, delete and edit on any of those and it flows between them.

    thank you again!

  141. Ivan says:

    after installing and updating the free version of gSyncit I find out that not only do you have to wait for 10 second every time you hit the synch button but you are limited to 50 contacts. that is a bit more limitation than the ones mentioned above.

    • Laurent says:

      I've installed gSyncit, it works well, with the problem indicated by Fred on comment 136. To sync the contacts, I use Outlook4Gmail, free, works perfectly for more or less 500 contacts.

  142. James says:

    Has anyone compared OggSync to gSyncit? Both seem to enable mapping of Outlook Categories to a unique Google Calendar that is added to your account. IN Google, you can select all of the additional Calendars, and your Google Calendar display will show the same color-coding for your Outlook Categorized appointments.

    I find this feature worthwhile, and since both of these products employ it, I am curious of any other comparative that would make the decision of which one to purchase easier. (gSyncit = $20/year; OggSync = $30/year)

  143. Leef says:

    @James - I am not aware that gSyncit is $20/year. I think the $20 buys you unrestricted license for 1 PC rather than an annual subscription.

  144. Mark says:

    Thanks for the great article. Very helpful. I am considering the gSyncit solution and have 2 questions, if anyone can answer them.

    1. Will running gSyncit create a bunch of duplicate entries on any of my calendars (Outlook and Google) resulting in multiple entries on my iPhone/iPad?

    2. Will gSyncit require me to uninstall Google Sync? I really don't want to remove Google Sync until I am sure I have found an adequate replacement as Google sync will work for another couple of weeks.

    Thanks for any thoughts.

    • Hello Mark,

      gSyncit does not require uninstalling Google Sync. However, if you had both applications running, you might have duplicate entries because each appointment would be synced twice. So, I would suggest temporary disabling Google Sync while testing gSyncit (not uninstalling, just turning it off in the COM add-ins dialog in Outlook). Also, make sure you selected the option "Remove duplicate appointments" on gSyncit's Sync Options tab.

      • Leef says:

        Never thought of disabling GCS through the COM addins! Whenever I found it necessary to disable GCS, I just took out the Google password from the GCS Google Account Settings.

        • James says:

          For what it is worth, I tried gSyncit, and selected the Category Mapping feature so Outlook Appointments with a Category assignment would be synced to a separate Google Calendar for that Category, which can be displayed or hidden in Google. Regrettably, after a few sync cycles, this created MANY duplicate Appointments on both sides.

          I switched to OggSync, and the Syncs worked very well, with categorized Appointments syncing to/from their respective Google Calendars. This has the added benefit that the Google Calender shows the Category Calendars in the same color as the Outlook Category.

          • James says:

            UPDATE: The gSyncit Support helped me resolve the issues I mentioned above, and it now seems to be a bit better than OggSync. Certainly, the one-time pricing of gSyncit is a plus. I found the documentation a bit confusing, though, especially the features that are disabled until you buy the product.

  145. Iker says:

    I used the Google Calendar sync until now.
    I have found an opensource application, that enable one way sync between gmail and outlook. It works very well and no admin rights are needed.

  146. Filipa says:

    I need to sync more than one calendar between Outlook and Google Calendar. Should I use SynqYa instead of Google Calendar Sync, since this sync is only possible between the defaults calendars both from Outlook and Google?
    Is there any advantage from using SynqYa instead of Google Calendar Sync?

    Thanks for the help and for your helpful article.

    • Hi Filipa,

      The main advantage is that Google Calendar Sync will stop working altogether in about 2 weeks, on August 1, while SynqYa will keep functioning : )

      As for syncing multiple calendars, sorry I do not know, their web-site does not provide this info. But since they recommend using a dedicated publishing calendar in Google Calendar, most likely SynqYa works only for 1 calendar too.

  147. Mark says:

    Thank you, Svetlana. BTW, your company should develop a product since you make Outlook Add-ins. I would buy it!

    • Hi Mark,

      Thank you very much for your feedback!! In fact, it is more important to us than you probably think :) And here's why...

      Currently we do consider a possibility of creating such add-in. However, our initial research shows that developing a stable and reliable syncing tool would require quite a lot of time and effort. Our developers would have to overcome a number of pitfalls to get it to work consistently with all Outlook versions and localizations, and your next comment regarding gSyncit is a good evidence of this.

      So, I want to ask other readers. If you might be interested in such an add-in too (free or paid, or both versions with different sets of features), please let us know. Your feedback will be of great help to us to make the right decision. Thank you!

      • John says:

        Hi Svetlana,

        There are enough other apps in this space to mean you'll have to set yourself apart from them very well. My recommendation is based on the fact that I have been unable to find an app that syncs everything properly across Linux, Mac, and Windows.

        Basically you need gSyncit's features and syncYa's platforms.

        Another app to look at (which I wish was multi-platform, as it's all I need) is MyPhoneExplorer, available at

        PS: If you mail me directly, you'll have to go through automated white-list verification via an auto-reply to your first mail.


  148. Mark says:

    Just as a warning, Fieldston Software has posted this note on it's web page concerning it's most recent version of gSyncit. Find it at

    IMPORTANT: Effective 7/10/2014 - RECALL



  149. Mark says:

    I wanted to report that I just installed gSycnit, Version 3 and tested it. The program performed perfectly on the first run, syncing both ways. First, I added a test appointment to Outlook 2010 and ran the sync (I run the sync manually) and it added the appointment to my Google calendar. My iPhone pulled the new appointment into my iPhone calendar without any issue. I then edited the appointment on my iPhone and the appointment was updated on my Google calendar. I then ran the sync again, and it updated Outlook. I will test it for a few more days but looks like I found a winner.

    And big thanks to Svetlana for the walk through on setting up the program. It was spot on especially in some areas that might have been a bit confusing.

  150. Rista says:

    I just hope that gSyncit and SyncYa aren't using same methods and connections as GoogleSync does, 'cause they all could go off in two weeks.

    • Hi Rista,

      I think this is very unlikely to happen because Google has not announced any changes in their API that could impede functioning of third-party synchronization tools. They are just discontinuing their own software.

      • Rista says:

        As I said, I hope it's that way.

        But, if we look at the matter this way:
        Google isn't changing API so 3rd party can synchronize, and is changing API so gCalendarSync couldn't sync.
        Or - what is stopping us from using gCalendarSync if API remains unchanged?

        • Rista, thank you for sharing your thoughts and concerns.

          I am not a programmer myself, but we do have a few very experienced Outlook developers here. I've just consulted one of them and here's what he says. To discontinue Google Calendar Sync, Google does not have to make any changes in their API, they can prevent gCalendarSync's code from functioning at the programming level. One of many possible ways is that Google server could simply stop responding to gCalendarSync's calls.

          Moreover, if Google changed or planned to change the API, they should make a public announcement or at least notify their partners. This is considered a good practice and this is what we expect from any trustworthy company. Anyway, we will know with certainty in 2 weeks : )

  151. Jean-luc says:

    Hi Svetlana

    Fist of all, I apologize for my english
    Thanks a lot for all these detailled solutions

    My project is to publish several meeting room calendar (defined as resources in Exchange) on my intranet, using Google czaledanr iframe

    I decided to use SynqYa to synchronize my Oultlook calendar with Google calendar ... and it works fine :-)

    But my purpose is about regenerating updated data for SynqYa, without having Outlook open !
    For the calendar, I used the dedicated function "Publish online", "Publish to WebDav server", and in "Advanced" options, I choosed "Automatic uploads .." and for update frequency "Update this calendar with the server's recommanded frequency, .."

    But with these settings, the Google Clendar is not updated without having Outlook open.

    1/ Is there any way to generate uopdated data without using an opend Otlook ?

    2/ Do yiu know where I can find this timer in Exchange : "Update this calendar with the server's recommanded frequency" ... Seems to be set to 1 hour, and I would like to chnage it to 10 mn


    • Hi Jean-Luc,

      I am afraid there is no syncing tool that could work with Outlook closed. As far as I know, all such tools use the Outlook object model to retrieve information from Outlook calendars. You can try to find some Exchange-based synchronizer, but this would be much more expensive. Sorry, I cannot help with the second question, I have no experience with Exchange.

      BTW, your English is good, and you have nothing to apologize for :)

      • Jean-Luc says:

        Hi Svetlana
        Thanks for answering quickly
        I think a work aound could be to open a RDP session for the account associated with the ressource calendar, open Oultlok, and let it run 24/7 ... I'll try

        • Jean-Luc says:

          Hi Svetlana

          the work round seems to be working ...

          but I ot a new problem with deleted meeting :
          when a meeting is deleted form the oulook calendar, the synchronization with Google Calendar (thtough SynqYa) is KO ... the meeting is still there in the Goole agenda, and I didn't found any way to solve this kind of problem
          => this is very annoying :-(

          any idea ?

          • Hi Jean-Luc,

            I am very sorry but I am not able to advise anything regarding this issue. You can probably contact SynqYa's support since they know their own product better than anyone else.

  152. Lisa says:

    I just setup my Outlook calendar to sync with gSycnit and I need help with the sync settings. I want to make sure I never loose in past calendar events from previous years, so I changed the setting to sync all appointments as I had Google Calendar Sync doing. However, it appears this add-in is constantly re-syncing all previous events that have passed where as the Google Sync didn't do each time it was syncing.
    I have over 2,000 entries and this can take longer than I would like if its going to re-sync each item every time. Please advise on what I should change my settings to make sure all 2,000 entries are always on my calendar after syncing is complete. Also, I noticed that I'm getting a pop-up box stating that some of the entries have been modified since its last sync, which is not true. Please advise on both issues if possible. I'm not sure if I have to check back here or if I will receive an email. If I never receive an email...I know to check back
    Thanks in advance.

  153. Leef says:

    I was a very hesitant gSyncit customer but finally took the dive. I went right for the purchase, buying a license for two PC's at about $30 USD. Installation went fine, but it definitely helps to look at the manual to configure it! The set-up was very straight forward when approached in a step-by-step fashion. I set it up to synchronize everything - calendar, contacts, notes, and tasks. Then I tested everything but notes. In Google, I added a "Google test event" to the calendar, "Google test contact" to contacts, and "Google test task" to the task list. Similarly, in Outlook I added an Outlook test event, contact and task as well. I then ran a manual sync (I selected the option to sync everything, so that first sync took about 10 minutes). I then ran a sync on my Android phone. When I checked, I found that the my dual Outlook and Google test entries had populated all three devices perfectly, and from what I could tell, all previous items I did not want to lose were still there, unchanged and neither missing nor duplicated. Then I deleted the test contacts from my Android & synced it, removed the test tasks directly from Google, and removed the test calendar events from Outlook. I ran a second manual sync from gSyncit, resynced my Android phone, and all test items were removed with surgical precision. That second gSyncit sync took only about twenty seconds.

    The software defaults to asking the user to confirm deletions of events, contacts or tasks in Outlook, which I realized was probably a good idea to prevent catastrophe, so I left that default alone (there, of course, is no corresponding default to confirm additions, which would render the software annoying). When I thought about it, I don't really delete anything in tasks, calendar or contacts that often, anyways.

    I highly recommend gSyncit, and this is from a very reluctant customer. It is well worth the price of admission, especially coming off GCS. It not only syncs calendar but I finally have contact, task and notes sync as well! I am about to explore the other options in the program, including synchronizing files with my DropBox Cloud, which would be a nice capability.

    I had two hesitations from the start - (1) spending money on new software always feels like a bit of a gamble, and - much more importantly - (2) I did not want to take a chance on having gSyncit step into a well-choreographed 3-way dance between my devices and screw it all up.

    I am happy to say that (2) is not an issue, and as far as (1), well, I'll have forgotten about that $30 long after I'm still enjoying the benefits of the software.

  154. peterpan says:

    I just want to say thanks! Gsyncit trial version is working perfectly for me now that Google calendar sync is defunct. I am using outlook 2013 and a Gmail account. I have constant consistent insync calendars on both computer and Android now. Exactly what Google calendar sync used to do. Thankyou for this information.

  155. Russlaw says:

    Great post! Thanks for all the clear, helpful information and all the followup. And shame on Google for pushing users away from Google Calendar and Android phones by trying to wean us from Outlook. Not gonna happen.

  156. Barth L Maher says:

    I am behind a firewall with limited administrator rights and all sorts of limitations. Had a lot of difficulty using any of the suggestions. Thank you for "Calendar Sync for Outlook and Google Calendar is one more free tool that may work a treat (thanks Sam for contributing!)." Works like a charm!

  157. Avinash Hirekerur says:

    Thanks a lot.
    gSyncit is working well for me.

  158. john says:

    thanks alot. permission to put this on my blog with source from you sir!

  159. Philippe says:


    I found this discussion very interesting ... but somewhat long.
    Could someone synthesize in a few sentences the pro's and contra's (limitations of the free version...) of the two main solutions SynqYa and gSyncit?

    • Hi Philippe,

      I will try...

      gSyncit Pros: easy-to-configure, allows 2-way syncing of calendars, tasks and contacts; additional options such as pre-configured automatic syncing, removing duplicate items etc.

      gSyncit Cons: (free version): displays a pop-up window on Outlook start preventing Outlook usage for 15 seconds, supports syncing with one Outlook calendar only.

      SynqYa Pros: no client software, no installation (admin rights are not required), syncs Outlook, Apple iCal and other calendar software with Google Calendar.

      SynqYa Cons: more difficult to configure (based on our blog readers feedback), syncs with one calendar only.

  160. Philippe says:

    Thanks Svetlana,

    This is very clear.
    I will try SynqYa.

    Best regards,


  161. Olivier says:

    Excellent article. very detailed, pragmatic and helpful. I have decided for gSyncit and it works immediately. Big applause to Svetlana. Thanks

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