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    Hello all,

    While this request is being reviewed for future consideration please try this workaround solution:

    • Click on the Deleted Items Folder
    • Click on View tab on the command bar
    • Choose “Change View – Manage View” command on the command bar
    • Click “New” in the right to create a new
    • Name the view “Calendar”
    • Pick the Day/Week/Month “type of view”
    • Click OK. Now you should get dialog that lets you customize the view.
    • Now click on Columns –
    Change the select available fields in bottom-left to All Appointments Fields
    Select the “Start” field on the left and Click Start → on the right.
    Select the “End” field on the left and Click End → on the right.
    Click OK
    • Click on Filter…
    Click on the “Advanced Tab”
    Click on the Field Drop Down – All Mails Field – “Message Class”
    You…

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    Rault Kehlor commented  · 

    This seems to be working for me in Outlook 16.10 (updated Feb. 12, 2018, normal release builds). Thanks for the tip! I've been wanting separate windows for a while.

    Both Mail and Calendar windows open and are functional, without any glitches like you described.

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    40 comments  ·  Outlook for Mac - Business  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We need more specific examples of what you’re trying to accomplish from those who have voted for this feature. Are you trying to integrate with a third party application and just need CalDav support? Or are you trying to access your calendar hosted on a different service like iCloud or Yahoo? Please comment with your specific needs.
    Thank you for your continued participation in making Outlook for Mac better.

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    Rault Kehlor commented  · 

    I'd like to add my iCloud account to Outlook, so that I can see my iCloud calendar appointments/events alongside my Outlook ones. Since I can't, I have to switch back and first between Outlook and Calendar.app to make sure I don't have conflicts during the day between my work/Outlook events, and my personal/iCloud events. (The workaround for me is that I've added my Exchange account as a second account inside the Mac Calendar app; but I still have to switch back and forth to see conflicts, as I prefer to use Outlook for making meetings and checking free time, etc.)

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    Rault Kehlor commented  · 

    The scenario: I use Outlook on my work Mac for email & calendaring. I want to be able to add my iCloud account as an additional account in Outlook, so that I can see all my iCloud events in my Outlook calendar alongside my Outlook events. Currently, I have to switch to my personal calendar (Calendar.app) to see if I have any daytime events that conflict, then go back to Outlook to book events. Royal PITA.

    My workaround is to add my iCloud account to my work Mac, then add my Outlook/Exchange account into the Mac OS X "Internet accounts" and turn on the calendar, so I can see everything (personal + Outlook events) together in the Mac Calendar.app ... but I really would prefer to see everything in Outlook, since it's better at scheduling and has all my work contacts, and I would prefer to not have my iCloud account connected to my work laptop at the system level. (Just within Outlook would be better.)

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