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I came across the issue syncing iphone with iTunes. I'm trying to sync outlook calendar but iTunes does not see the calendar unless I create sub calendar below default calendar. Problem with that is that all my invite appointments that I accept go to default calendar and not sub calendar. I did some research myself and seem to find that outlook 2013 is not supported with iTunes 11. Can anyone give me any insight of how to resolve this issue if even possible.

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Ya, I guess Apple might release a fix for Outlook 2013 soon.
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I was hoping someone would have a workaround but thank you for input.
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