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I need outlook tasks but iphone does not support

Love that new iphone syncs with Outlook, but without Outlook Tasks I am lost- any way around this

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There are several apps on the app store that do this pretty smoothly. some are free, some not. I don't use any personally, but I have used them to try em out. I don't want to plug any in specific, but if you check the app store and search for outlook tasks, you will find what you need.

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