Sync a calendar from your account at another service, such as Google or iCloud, so you can view and manage it from your FastMail account. You can make changes at either service and the calendar will stay up to date.
To sync some or all of your calendars from Google, iCloud or another CalDAV server:
The calendar will be created and set to sync with your external account. The next calendar in the account will automatically be selected: repeat steps 6 and 7 to sync the other calendars in your external account as well.
By default, Google Calendar does not expose shared calendars over CalDAV. To enable these calendars for sync as well, go to https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect.
Calendars synced from external services or URLs will periodically update. If we can't connect to the external source we will display this on the Settings → Calendar screen. If we cannot connect on 5 successive attempts, we will disable syncing for the calendar.
The most common cause for sync failures is the password for the external account being changed, or the account being deleted. To update the password for a linked external account:
After you have done this, re-enable syncing on calendars for which it has been disabled:
This will remove the calendar from FastMail. You can re-add the calendar from its source account at any time.
To stop syncing all calendars belonging to an external service, click Remove Account from the entry under the Calendar Accounts heading.
Any calendars that were set up to sync at the time you remove the account will be removed from FastMail.
If you don't mind your invites being sent from your FastMail account and replies being returned to your FastMail account, you can operate your synced calendar from FastMail as normal.
Take a look at our troubleshooting guide.