Outlook For Mac Calendar Wont Populate In Client

Hi Robert,

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Important: In addition to configuring your NetID account, this document also contains instructions on how to configure a Service Account. The recommended configuration for Service Accounts within Outlook is to have the Service Account linked to your NetID account and then to use the delegation feature to interact with the Service Account. To open a shared calendar in Outlook for Mac, the user must grant you permissions of Reviewer or higher. Or, you can view the user's Free/Busy information by creating a new meeting request and then adding that user in the Scheduling Assistant. Outlook 2016 for Mac, the latest iteration of the email and calendaring app, is a worthwhile upgrade for existing users. But if you don't already use Outlook, the new edition probably won't offer. Our Outlook Groups (email and Classroom) are not available on the left hand menu of Outlook 2016. Neither do they show as a selectable option on the Outlook 2016 calendar. This allows the Outlook for Mac client to establish a connection by using the SSL protocol and then renegotiate by using TLS. This method allows Outlook for Mac to connect to the server even when SSL 2.0 and 3.0 are blocked.


Please perform the following suggestions to see if the issue can be fixed:

1. Create a new Outlook profile by referring to the following article?

2. Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Outlook 2016 client?

3. Try repairing the Outlook 2016 client.

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4. Try running a clean boot in Windows 10 to help eliminate the software conflicts.

If the issue persists after performing the above suggestions, to better understand the situation, I’d like to confirm some information:

1. Are you setting up an Office 365 account into the Outlook 2016 client? Could you please provide us with the suffix of the email address that you are trying to set up into the Outlook 2016 client via the private message so that we can check it for you?

2. Are you the only one in your organization who encountered the issue?

3. To determine whether the issue is a client side issue or not, please try setting up your Office 365 account into another Outlook 2016 client to see if the same issue occurs.


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