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Outlook Calendar creating duplicate entries when synced to iCloud

Outlook Calendar creating duplicate entries when synced to iCloud

Outlook Calendar creating duplicate entries when synced to iCloud

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I run Microsoft Office 365 and have Outlook connected to iCloud in order to sync to several mobile devices. This is on a Windows 10 machine with 32GB RAM.

I recently discovered some random entries had been duplicated and in each case one of the entries cannot be deleted; when trying to edit the entry, the error reads:

The item cannot be saved in this folder. The folder may have been deleted or moved. Or, you may not have appropriate permissions for the folder.

Only one entry (the one that can be edited) appears within iCloud.

Logging out of iCloud does reset the data, but this is not the solution.

Any suggestions?

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