Short answer is no. When you add an account on Outlook it will add everything in the account that it has access to without a way of disabling one component.
Getting back to your question though, you could potentially add the Google calendar onto your Outlook web app (visit outlook.com and follow steps to add a shared calendar) - however that would only give ...
I recently had the same (weird!) issue after changing the password for a POP-based.
After some testing, I found that the following procedure reproducibly solves the issue:
Close the Mail app
Power off the phone
Change the password of your mail account again. I mean in the web interface of your mail provider.
Power on your phone
Open the settings app and ...
The .eml file is a mail file that is based on the MIME RFC 822 specification. It's basically a text format that pretty much all Mail applications can open
Outlook (macOS, Windows, iOS, Android) / Outlook Express (Windows Only)
Microsoft Mail (Windows 10)
Apple Mail (macOS)
Regarding your question, you don't need to setup a Gmail ...
In System Preferences → Internet Accounts, select the account you want, then chose what you would like to have synchronized.
For example, in this account, I am only syncing Contacts. So, add your out of date account and select to only sync the calendar that you're interested in.
So with a bit of help the problem was tracked down to an interaction between SIP (System Integrity Protection), terminal, and Apple Mail.
Here's what was going on:
Due to SIP the Terminal app did not have access to Mail's defaults file: ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.mail/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail.plist
As a result, the defaults program was ...
set theWorkbookFile to choose file with prompt "Please select an Excel workbook file:"
set theWorkbookName to name of (info for theWorkbookFile)
tell application "Microsoft Excel"
set theWorkbook to workbook theWorkbookName
set peremail to value of used range of active sheet
--This is the part that I am stuck ...
Open the settings app
Swipe down slightly
Enter undo in the search field
Tap “Swipe to undo”
Make your choice
The setting is global and not app specific.
Since you didn’t list actual troubleshooting steps, once you conclude you can suppress this by disabling it globally and that it returns.
Look for other differences for your experience. Different ...
Downloading and reinstalling macOS solved this issue.
The earlier unstable version of Mail.app was Version 13.4 (3608.120.23.2.1). The reinstalled macOS 10.15.17 now reveals Mail.app as Version 13.4 (3608.120.23.2.4). I suppose that this iteration, or perhaps some other invisible change, was responsible for the improvement.
Thanks to @jaume, the solution is in fact fairly trivial:
View>Show Message Size in Mail
will display the size of each message.
I hope this post will be useful to someone like me who did not look at the correct place for the answer.