When setting up iCloud to sync with Outlook, you may receive the following error message: "Your configuration could not be started due to an unknown error. (0x800706ba)".
Users are reporting problems configuring iCloud in Outlook on brand new computers. When they check the box for Mail, Contacts, Calendars they receive and error error message that there is no default profile.
The problem: iCloud doesn't sync because the iCloud addin is not listed in Outlook's Addins.
Meeting requests sent from an Apple device go directly to the recipient's iCloud calendar, not to the email account's own calendar.
The set of folders cannot be opened. An unexpected error has occurred. MAPI was unable to load the information service C:\PROGRA~2\COMMON~1\Apple\INTERN~1\APLZOD.dll. Be sure the service is correctly installed and configured.
If the iCloud add-in is not syncing Outlook Calendar and Contacts, verify it is enabled in Options, Add-ins. You may need to edit the registry if it won't stay enabled.
Users who sync iCloud and Outlook are having problems with iCloud after installing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
After very long wait, Apple finally released an iCloud update (v5.1) that works with Outlook 2016. The iTunes updater should offer it to you, if not or if you don't have iTunes installed, you can download it from Download iCloud for Windows. iCloud now works with both Outlook 2016 and Windows 10. If the 'you
Although you can't save new contacts directly in the iCloud contacts folder unless you select the iCloud Contacts folder before opening the new Contact form, there are a couple of options available to move new contacts to the iCloud.
This question came from an Outlook & iPhone user. The user wants to upgrade her phone and her small business is considering moving to Office 365. I have an iPhone 5. I use Outlook on a Windows computer without Exchange. I'm replacing my phone and need to preserve my sent messages for my business from
Following the release of the November update for Outlook, users are reporting that Outlook crashes when an iCloud calendar is subscribed as an Internet Calendar. (Calendars synced using the iCloud addin are not affected by this bug.) The cause: the iCloud sends a gzip encoded response but Outlook is not expecting gzip. Outlook tries to
Sync iCloud.com and Me.com sent items with Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2007 by configuring Outlook's Sent folder to use iCloud's Sent Messages folder for sent items.