Microsoft Exchange is still the de facto standard for email when it comes to business. Over the years, however, Apple has been making inroads into the Enterprise market and bringing a flock of new Windows users to Apple.
These new Apple converts still use Exchange and need to synchronize calendars using Apple’s iCal. Fortunately, it is easy to synchronize your Exchange calendar with Apple iCal.
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Let’s run through the steps. Open Apple Calendar from your Apple dock. Select Calendar Preferences (Figure A). Figure A: Adding an Exchange Account to Apple Calendar. Select + and the Add Account wizard appears. Enter in your Outlook email address and password.
Click Create (Figure B). Figure B: Enter your Outlook email address and Password. If more information is necessary, you will be prompted to enter user account credentials as well. If you do not have this information, contact your help support (Figure C). Figure C: Enter your Exchange authentication username and password. After entering the appropriate information, click Create.
Exchange now appears on the sidebar of your calendar entries. You now have your Exchange and iCloud calendars synchronizing to one place. You can choose to synchronize your Exchange calendar at the following intervals: 1, 5, 15, 30, 1 hour and manually. If you are currently managing multiple iCal calendars as well as a separate Outlook calendar, why manage them in different places?
Simply, connect your Exchange account to Apple Calendar and manage all your calendars inside Apple Calendar.