Fixing Outlook after Removing Google Outlook
Before proceeding, you should check that there isn’t an ongoing Google Mail issue that could be causing this problem. Log in to your Gmail account via your browser and check that the account is still sending and receiving emails. You may have to initiate some test emails to do so.
The following three methods can be used to fix your emails in Outlook:
Removal of the add-in
You can remove the Google Calendar add-in via the Control Panel.
- Exit Outlook.
Go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.
Google Calendar Sync should be listed. Click the Remove button to uninstall, and follow the on-screen instructions.
Reconfiguring your email account settings
In Outlook, go to Tools > Accounts (File > Info > Account Settings in Outlook 2010).
Any reference to your Google account should be checked. Also, log in to your Google account, go to Settings, and confirm your email account is setup to accept POP or IMAP requests. Removing the Google Calendar may have reset this option.
Deleting and recreating your email account
From Outlook, go to Tools > Accounts (File > Info > Account Settings in Outlook 2010) and select your Gmail account.
Delete the account, close and restart Outlook, then setup the account again.
As explained previously, failure to successfully resolve the issue upon performing these steps wil necessitate a reinstall of Outlook.