Outlook Calendar

Is it possible to merge an old Exchange Outlook calendar into a new Office 365 calendar?
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nawright16,

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nawright16Author Commented:
It worked for the contacts but not the calendar
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stu29Commented:
Do you have your 365 account set up in Outlook?
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nawright16Author Commented:
yes
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nawright16Author Commented:
What I am trying to do is merge the exchange outlook calendar into the 365 calendar, so Ill only have 1 calendar.
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stu29Commented:
Question .. are you activly using both accounts or are you migrating over to the 365 account and retiring you Exchange calendar?  If so then if export your calendar to a PST, then import it in to your 365 calendar it should work.

Export (From Outlook):

    Click File > Import and Export
    In the Import and Export Wizard:
        Click Choose an action to perform > Export to a file > Next
        Click Export to a File > Personal Folder File (.PST) > Next
        Select the old emails Contacts folder in the Export Personal Folders > Select the folder to export from selector
        Select the Include subfolders check box
        Click Next
    In the Export Personal Folderspage:
        Use the Save exported file as box to name and save the file.
        (Default location is in your profile’s “AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook” folder)
        Select Options > Replace duplicates with items exported
        Click Finish
    Click OK to create the .PST backup file.  A password can be set on the PST file, but that is optional.

Import (from Outlook):

    Click File > Import and Export
    In Import and Export Wizard:
        Click Choose an action to perform > Import from another program or file > Next
        Click Import a File > Personal Folder File (.PST) > Next
        Find the PST to import with the Import Personal Folders > File to import dialog.
        Select Replace duplicates with items imported
        Click Next
    In Import Personal Folders:
        Select the top node in Select the folder to import from
        Select Include subfolders
        Select Import items into the same folder in <Office 365 mailbox>
        Click Finish
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