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Google Calendar - issue


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LACATransplant

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I'm running Win7-Professional. It does not include Microsoft Outlook.
I have loaded Google Calendar to my desktop.
Although registered on the 'Geeks to Go Forums or over some time, I have no recollection of using your resources.
I cannot find my question addressed - perhaps someone here can help.
Issue--I continue to get a 'pop-up' on the desktop that states--
"Could not connect to Microsoft Outlook; error 2147221164. Please see our Help Center for more information"

Without spending another $80 to add this software, do I have other options? --
i.e. massage registry, different configuration, different calendar program, ignore pop-up, giver up in silent defeat.

I want our Men's Barbershop Group to use this calendar for ..., but as it stands, I don't want to
have anyone go through what I am. Thanks. Tom
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RKinner

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Not sure what browser you are using as a default but if it is IE or Firefox try
to set the Default Email Client to your usual email service.
http://www.guidingte...ernet-explorer/

In Chrome:
http://support.googl...&answer=1382847



There is a long list of people without an answer on the google forum:
http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/dHjcBiKsgcw



Ron
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