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Accepted Outlook invitations appear on iPhone but not in Outlook on Mac

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I have accepted Outlook invitations on my iPhone that appear on my iPhone but that don't appear in Outlook on my Mac.  The default calendar account on the iPhone is the account that is associated with Outlook on my Mac.  I cannot work out why they don't appear.  The accepted invitations appear in a different colour to the other events on my iPhone.  Thanks for any help.
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Alan Hardisty earned 500 total points
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Sounds like the different colour is the give-away in as much as the calendar entries are being accepted to the 'wrong' calendar and thus they don't get pushed to your Mac in Outlook.

What type of accounts do you have on each device?

Alan
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