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I have OmniFocus publishing due dates to a .ics file on Omni Sync Server. I can subscribe to that calendar in iCal just fine using https://sync.omnigroup.com/username. I would also like to subscribe to it in Outlook in a Win7 virtual machine since that's where I do all of my work email and scheduling. Using the same address results in an error and Outlook never prompts me for my username and password. Apparently Outlook wants to see an address that starts with webcal://. Using the same remainder of the address also does not work. Does anyone have this working? What am I missing?

(I also tried subscribing to it in the Mac version of Outlook, but apparently it's not even possible there.)

Update: Oops. Meant to post to the sync folder and now I can't find a way to move it.
 
shovland42, I don't have any experience with Outlook, but at the very least, I can move your thread to the forum you were aiming for. :-)
 
 


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