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Outlook 2010 read only calendar?

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I setup my outlook 2010 to use my Gmail account. The email is fine but the Outlook calendar says "read only" when I try to add a new event. What can I do to fix this?
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You will only have read-only permission, but when you authenticate to your G-mail account and update the calendar; you will have to click on send/receive to update the calendar.  

This link stated that you will have to export your outlook calendar or you can use he gSyncit from the instructions below. Plus per the link below:
Google officially announced "Google Sync End of Life", including the Google Calendar Sync, last year. And on 1 August 2014

Sync Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 and 2013
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