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2 stars out of 5
· 10/12/2015
Doesn't quite work as one would expect on Win10

I had hoped to use this to import in to any one of the calendars that I've linked to the Windows 10 Calendar application but it only imports in to the *one* calendar that is associated w/ the MS Account of the logged-in user with no option for anything else. Doesn't work for my needs

5 stars out of 5
· 10/1/2015
Works Like a Champ

Quick, easy painless importer.

1 stars out of 5
· 8/27/2015
Does not work in Windows 10 mail

Purchased, restarted the app, rebooted the PC... and it still tells me I need to purchase it to do an actual import. So I click the Purchase button, which takes me here, and it tells me it is already installed and my only option is to open the app. It recognizes my mail account and calendar, and it reads the .ics file just fine - it just thinks I have not purchased it. Getting a refund. *edit* How do I get a refund??

1 stars out of 5
· 6/10/2015
Inefficient, does not do what it says

Alright. To start with, this does not appear to do anything that Outlook does not do. That being said, I say "appears" because it doesn't load anything. I select the file, and begin the import, and it does its loading graphic and...nothing. Just keeps loading, forever. Secondly, it can only import to "Microsoft Calendar" which, I assume is the main outlook calendar. But, since I didn't want it imported to that calendar, and it didn't import, not useful. There do not appear to be options to pick what it goes to. There's a dropdown with preset values, which are not the ones I need. You can't see that on the trial, I assumed when I got the full version I could change that. That is not the case. In short, this app is an absolute waste of 3.99-or 4.24, not that the store tells you at the time of purchase that there's tax, but that's a separate complaint. This app does nothing that Outlook Calendar or Google Calendar don't already do, and doesn't go to a calendar other than Outlook's.

1 stars out of 5
· 9/6/2015
Trial Mode = Commode

This App offers much promise for something you only use occasionally. It looks to be worth the money. But, for me it was a tease as it will not come out of Trail Mode after I paid for it! I cannot get a response from their support team. So, I am thinking this is money flushed down the commode.

4 stars out of 5
· 5/28/2015
Good but...

I think it does the job but the interface could be a bit easier to read. It would be nice for the program to open up (or have a tab to click) a actual calendar so with a quick view you can see your events.

5 stars out of 5
· 5/26/2015
Works great!

Easy to transfer calendar info from a Mac or Iphone to my Outlook calendar.

2 stars out of 5
· 4/15/2015
It didn't work for my Work calendar

I use Outlook Web App exclusively to access my company exchange servers. I needed a way to open a.ics file and thought this was it. It didn't work, not sure if it's because of the work servers or what.

3 stars out of 5
· 3/24/2015
So far ok

Only used it twice, but wanted to stop the pop up so here I am putting my input in.

5 stars out of 5
· 2/17/2015
Great App!

This app is simple, and simply amazing! It's only function is to import .ics appointment, and it does it perfectly. No more copy and past from e-mail to calendar, it does it all for you, and is very quick to do so!

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  • Supports calendars associated to your Microsoft Account (Hotmail / Outlook.com)
  • Import iCalendar and VCalendar files
  • Associates with .ics files for native execution
  • Ability to select target calendar
  • Select which events in a multi event file to import

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Version notes

Added a Trial mode to demonstrate the reading of the .ics file.

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