Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I have MS Outlook 2000 through MS Office 2000; I realize that Iphone doesnt sync with OLK 2000; should I upgrade to OLK 2003? everyone tells me that OLK 2007 is slow, especially when you upgrade only the Outlook portion
You can transfer your contact list, but not your calender. Here are the steps to take to successfully transfer your contact list from outlook 2000 to the iPhone:
1. In Outlook, export your contact list as a Comma Separated Values (Windows) file
2. In windows accessories, launch Address Book
3. Import into Windows Address Book the file you created in step one
4. Now back in iTunes, sync your iPhone contact list with Windows Address Book
You contacts should come over intact.
Sorry, but there is no solution that I know of to import Calendar events.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
I have an iPhone 8Gb with Ver 1.1.3. Trying to synch with Outlook 2000 through my companies VPN and MS Exchange Server. After many failed attempts to synch the calendar while being offline, I decided to logon to the exchange server and work online. while online I tried a sync to the Outlook Calendar. Well , it worked and worked like a charm. Just thought you all might like to give it a try before you're too frustrated. The result is the iPhone calendar is much better to view appts than any WM6 I've owned
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
Export your outlook contacts to Yahoo first and then sync from yahoo.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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Posted on Aug 09, 2008
I tried the export to yahoo and import, and data was scrozzled. I exported to WAB and was able to sync from there. Still no calender transfer from eaither outlook or google calendar
I tried mozilla ical-clone sunbird, and got google data into it, but itunes won't see the calendar app...
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
OLK 2000 for calendar and Contacys used to work until the latest version of iTunes (1.3.3). Now all Calendar entries come across and some Contacts. I cannot figure out the "rhyme or reason" why only some Contacts sync.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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