Acuity Scheduling supports 2-way syncing with Office 365, Outlook.com, and Exchange, as well as a 1-way subscription for users of only Outlook.If you're having trouble getting sync set up, or aren't seeing events and appointments syncing, here are some common issues: Acuity requires an online service like Office 365, or Exchange in order to set up 2-way syncing.Neither of these methods keeps your files in the Cloud – your files are always saved only on your PCs and fully encrypted while they travel through the Internet. Thanks to the mobile apps, you can now easily access your public Outlook calendars, contacts and tasks directly from your mobile phone or tablet.The Android and i OS apps are available for download in Google Play and Apple App Store.FWIW Microsoft abandoned public folders internally a while ago. I don't think we'll see the requisite Outlook update until May but I might be pleasantly surprised.We rely heavily on public folders so I have held back from pushing out 15.19.1, though users are still free to get it from MAU if they want (we disable automatic updating).Office 365 offers several ways to set up shared calendars and shared contacts. Most people use the built-in calendar app on their phones. Some people use the Outlook app from Microsoft on their phones. Then everyone who needed it would be given the login credentials and could add it to their phones.
Our tool, however, never stores your files on external servers, which means they are protected from loss and hackers. You can choose to share your files and Outlook items only in your local network or via the Internet.If you're using Outlook without an online service, you can still use our 1-way subscription.If you're still unable to connect, our 1-way subscription is an option!It was scheduled to be fixed in 15.20 but Outlook 15.20 was pushed back for QC.You can revert to 15.8 or wait until Outlook 15.20.1 or 15.21 is released.