I tried changing the calendar setting from push to fetch and back, and turning off the calendar in the account and re-adding it and neither worked. Synchronization seems to be running as it should be ("synchronizing calendar" is shown on status line) but no calendar items are copied.
Email for the same account is updating routinely with no issues. Can't seem to find specific information on this from Apple.
It has been nearly 2 days, and because turning the calendar account temporarily off wiped the old data and it has not synched since I turned it back on again, I have nothing. We are receiving reports of spontaneous deletion from calendars delegated to a mix of i OS 9.3.5 13G36 and i OS 10.0.1 14A403 devices.
Looking for reproducible occurrences with data to report to MS or Apple.
For example, if you have an i Phone, Android phone or just about any other smartphone, you should be able to add multiple accounts (and therefore multiple calendars) and have Google and Outlook calendars appear together in the same app.
This isn't syncing, but it does mean you can see two or more calendars in the same app and same view.
If you're primarily a Google user, check out 11 ways to use Google Calendar like a pro.In order for some GAL entries to show up properly you may need to turn off Cached Exchange Mode.Please visit the document on How to turn on or off Cached Exchange Mode for (Outlook 2010, and Outlook 20).If you don't have a phone, or your problem is on your PC and you're still using the Outlook application in Windows, it could be time to ditch it and move to the online version, Outlook.com, which supports multiple calendars.There are several other advantages of using an online email / calendar service: you can log on from any computer with an internet connection, and you don't have any syncing issues as everything is stored online.