Introducing the Zoho Calendar Plugin for Microsoft Outlook

Launching today is the
Zoho Calendar Plugin for Microsoft Outlook. As more and more of the work gets done on the web, it becomes necessary for the mobile worker
in you to access all the scheduled appointments and events from where ever you are.
Having your Outlook calendar in sync with a web service like Zoho
Calendar should make things easier for you. And that’s what this plugin helps
achieve.

The salient features include

  • Two-way sync between Microsoft Outlook and Zoho Calendar
  • Syncing multiple Outlook calendars with Zoho
  • SSL encrypted login and syncing of data
  • Quick import of a large number of events from your present Outlook calendar(s)
  • Support for Outlook 2000, 2003 and 2007

Check
out the Installation Guide and User Guide pages for how to install and
work with the plugin. We believe you’ll find the plugin useful. Let us
know your feedback in the comments below or contact us at
support at zohocalendar dot com.

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27 Replies to “Introducing the Zoho Calendar Plugin for Microsoft Outlook”

  1. Hello, is there any update on the calendar plugin for Outlook 2013 for Zoho Mail? or any way to accomplish this?

    Thanks,
    Matthew

  2. Hello!
    It’s been quite some time since the prospect of having calendar sync with Outlook 2013….still no word or ETA? Zoho is great, however, very limited when it can’t work with newer software and tech.

  3. When trying to print out a week of events from say 9AM to 9PM. It prints out times it wants and will not customize the print out. Also it does not completely print out the full appt. that has been typed in. Please let me know how I can correct it. I have put the settings the way I want them, but it does not apply when you print it out.

  4. When trying to print out a week of events from say 9AM to 9PM. It prints out times it wants and will not customize the print out. Also it does not completely print out the full appt. that has been typed in. Please let me know how I can correct it. I have put the settings the way I want them, but it does not apply when you print it out.

  5. your wrong, Zoho Calendar is not given any preference. The latest operation(add/edit/delete) done at one tool will be updated to the another. It can be Outlook to Zoho calendar or vice versa, only updated time counts.Please drop an email to support(at)zohocalendar(dot)com for any further clarification.

  6. your wrong, Zoho Calendar is not given any preference. The latest operation(add/edit/delete) done at one tool will be updated to the another. It can be Outlook to Zoho calendar or vice versa, only updated time counts.Please drop an email to support(at)zohocalendar(dot)com for any further clarification.

  7. the sync is supposed to 2-way.however, after syncing both calendars i
    accidentally deleted one event from zohocalendar
    (that was still in outlook).when i went to re-sync to get the event back into
    zoho calendar, it instead disappeared from
    outlook.looks like zoho events take precedence.how is it 2-way then?2-way is supposed to restore what’s missing in
    one, NOT delete what’s not in the other.

  8. the sync is supposed to 2-way.however, after syncing both calendars i
    accidentally deleted one event from zohocalendar
    (that was still in outlook).when i went to re-sync to get the event back into
    zoho calendar, it instead disappeared from
    outlook.looks like zoho events take precedence.how is it 2-way then?2-way is supposed to restore what’s missing in
    one, NOT delete what’s not in the other.

  9. We are enhancing the plug-in to support Outlook 2010, and hopefully it will be available soon. We will keep you posted on our progress. It is your expectation that keeps us going, and we welcome your suggestions on Zoho calendar.

  10. We are enhancing the plug-in to support Outlook 2010, and hopefully it will be available soon. We will keep you posted on our progress. It is your expectation that keeps us going, and we welcome your suggestions on Zoho calendar.

  11. Hi. I just want to know if this version now supports OFfice 2010? Most of our employees are on 2010 now. Please help us. Thanks!

  12. Hi. I just want to know if this version now supports OFfice 2010? Most of our employees are on 2010 now. Please help us. Thanks!

  13. I have been trying to sync with Outlook and it is still showing the window Starting Synchronization.
    It’s been at least 45 minutes. Help!

  14. I have been trying to sync with Outlook and it is still showing the window Starting Synchronization.
    It’s been at least 45 minutes. Help!

  15. What I want and need is that Zoho calendar…accept via Zoho email …calendar and GoToMeeting invites to populate the Zoho calendar…I want to get OFF OF OUTLOOK, not integrate to it. That’s the whole idea of having cloud computing ….or am i missing something here?

  16. What I want and need is that Zoho calendar…accept via Zoho email …calendar and GoToMeeting invites to populate the Zoho calendar…I want to get OFF OF OUTLOOK, not integrate to it. That’s the whole idea of having cloud computing ….or am i missing something here?

  17. Zoho Calendar Plugin for Microsoft Outlook does not require administrative privilege. Its a plugin to sync your Outlook client with Zoho Calendar.All you need is a Zoho account.If you face any problem in using plugin please feel free to contact us at support(at)zohocalendar(dom)com (or)

  18. Zoho Calendar Plugin for Microsoft Outlook does not require administrative privilege. Its a plugin to sync your Outlook client with Zoho Calendar.All you need is a Zoho account.If you face any problem in using plugin please feel free to contact us at support(at)zohocalendar(dom)com (or)

  19. one shouldn’t need administrative priviliges to install the plug-in, most of the people using it in offices will never have that privilege.the Google plug-in doesn’t require admin access to install the plugin.
    I think you can do that too. It will be a worthwhile development.

  20. one shouldn’t need administrative priviliges to install the plug-in, most of the people using it in offices will never have that privilege.the Google plug-in doesn’t require admin access to install the plugin.
    I think you can do that too. It will be a worthwhile development.

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