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I recently encountered this on a Mac running 10.11 El Capitan. The Exchange account was active in System Preferences -> Internet Accounts and the Calendar was checked to sync, but the Exchange calendar did not show up in the sidebar of the Calendar application. To resolve this, we deleted the Exchange account in Internet Accounts and then re-added it back ...
Select "Enable this account" in Calendar -> Preferences -> Account tab.
You could try clearing the calendar cache and see if that resolves it: Quit Calendar Go to ~/Library/ by typing ⌘+⇧+G in the Finder and copying that path into the dialog that shows. In the ~/Library/Caches/ folder, look for com.apple.ical and move it out to your Desktop (it might not exist). In the ~/Library/Calendar/ folder look for files named Calendar ...
I believe that Outlook 2016 will not connect to anything earlier than an Exchange 2010 server and it sounds like that is likely an Exchange 2007 (or earlier) server. If this is the case than you are outta luck until that mail server is upgraded to Exchange 2010, 2013 or 2016. Either that or downgrade to the previous version of Office for the mac.
Outlook cannot enforce computer locking, that would require your Mac to be joined to the (Active Directory) domain and only AD logins permitted. There may be Outlook specific settings that are specified but there is no way to enforce computer locking (on a Mac) just by setting up an Exchange account in Outlook. Setting it up in Mail.app, well there is very ...
I've been experiencing the exact same issue. Outlook 2013 which synchronizes with Office 365, I-Phone 6S Plus with IOS 9.1 If I modify or create a calendar entry on my I-phone, it changes the calendar entry to an invite in Outlook. In Outlook the calendar entry is shown with a semi-colon and followed by my name. If I open the calendar entry, the ...
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