On a home outlook, I keep a calendar of cases not related to work.On a worker, respectively, all work meetings.And there are quite a few of those and other entries(up to 50 per week at work and up to 10 per week on personal).Sometimes there is a need when sitting at work , see what's scheduled for the weekend

I don’t want to transfer my personal calendar to a worker, because my working calendar is scrolling with some colleagues and my boss.

How can I solve this problem?
Maybe there is some convenient mobile application?

2 Answers 2

You can try syncing your home calendar at Google Calendar..
  • This option was opened.It is not convenient, primarily because it is not available in offline mode. – Aquatic11 Jun 24 '11 at 18:08
  • Then create a second calendar in Outlook that will not be used with anyone. – Battlefield: Spork Jun 24 '11 at 18:17
  • All options have already suggested.I use Google’s calendar for personal use, at work Outlook.They are synchronized by the above utility.To make the rest of them unseen, I create private connections in Google.
    Or you can only use Outlook, in which you can create as many calendars as you like, let it be the main one, and no one will know about the personal one.
    – Lazy Lizard Jun 24 '11 at 22:20
  • Think! I hadn’t had an idea about creating a second calendar... – Psychedelic Hardware Jun 25 '11 at 14:33
When my father was presented with a mobile phone with windows phone 7, I also asked this question.

You can do the following - create an account on hotmail.com(windows live id) and download the official addon for outluka to synchronize with the cloud at the link www.microsoft.com/downloads/ru-ru/details.aspx?FamilyID=d9662d20-ad27-45a6-9184-f906dd63ddaa
Everything! All your contacts and calendars are in the cloud! Now you need to put the same program on the second computer and synchronize.
then you can adjust the frequency of synchronization.I hope helped.
  • Thank! True, as suggested above, probably still have to create a second calendar – Psychedelic Hardware Jun 25 '11 at 14:35