How to sync Outlook calendar from different email domains

A big company just acquired my firm and the new CEO would like to sync his outlook calendar with our email domain as well as his own.  Is there any way, maybe a 3rd party app, or something that will allow him to view both of his calendars in the same instance of outlook via laptop and or mobile device?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Apps that I have seen sync with Outlook's main profile. I think you will need two profiles, one for each domain and then to sync each domain into the smartphone (two profiles).
RyanHenryAuthor Commented:
In the Outlook client If I create 2 profiles,when I launch Outlook it asks which one to use? (Have you seen this work)

On the phone I do see an option to create a new profile under accounts, maybe if I add the email there then they will both show up in the mail app on the device...

Did you see an app?

JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
If you create two Outlook profiles, you have to set one as default or else choose. I have not see an app that can combine profiles.
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RyanHenryAuthor Commented:
My apologizes...

SO it would seem that the question has changed a little.  I guess the real issue is,

When the CEO is here he would like in his Outlook calendar, a way to show that he is in a remote office, vs the generic, free, tentative, busy, out of office..  This way when people look at his calendar, it shows an accurate description.

That would solve the issue.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
What I do (and I have clients all over the place) is to put my location with the appointment. There is no automation or magic to this one. The CEO must set up appointments and say where the location is. I do this all the time.
RyanHenryAuthor Commented:
So basically, if he knows he's coming to my office this week, he creates an appointment for that week, and it states his location?
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
He needs to put his location in the Location area for each appointment (make an appointment for each day). Outlook cannot guess where we are.

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RyanHenryAuthor Commented:
Very fast response time.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks. I use Outlook to keep all my appoints and locations, sync it to my iPhone and I always know where I am. I think your CEO will be able to adapt nicely as well.
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