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How to view or show calendar in mail view in Outlook?

By default, the Outlook Calendar shows in the To-Do Bar in mail view. But sometimes it disappears from the To-Do Bar for some reason. In this article, we will show you how to show the calendar in mail view in Outlook.

View or show Calendar in mail view in Outlook

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You can view or show calendar in mail view as follows.

1. In the Mail view, please click View > To-Do Bar > Date Navigator (Calendar in Outlook 2013). See screenshots:






  
Outlook 2010/2013   Outlook 2007

And then, you will see the Calendar is showing on the To-Do Bar in the mail view.

Notes:

1. Make sure that there is a button showing before the Date Navigator/Calendar.

2. Not only the Mail view, when you shift to the Contacts or the Tasks view, you can also see the Calendar showing in the To-Do Bar in Outlook 2007/2010, but if you want to show the calendar on other view in Outlook 2013, you need to check the Calendar one by one under the To-Do-Bar.

 

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