16-11-2010 11:27 AM
17-11-2010 04:37 AM
17-11-2010 12:54 PM
Hi EnVeeEss and welcome to he Vodafone eForum.
You should be able to sync Outlook with your handset.
You can do this by using the Google Calender Sync software:
Step 1: Download the Google Calendar Sync software, and then install this software.
Step 2: Enter your Gmail account information. Select 2-Way sync as this will sync your Outlook with Gmail.
Step 3: Set sync interval in minutes.
Step 4: Click OK
Let me know how you get on.
17-11-2010 12:57 PM
18-11-2010 06:51 PM
18-12-2014 09:00 AM
There are serveral ways to go, here I introduce two of them.
1. You can download "Outlook.com" app on your android phone and sync the contacts that you want.
2. If you want to sync the data including contacts in Outlook on PC, you can use third-party android phone management software, like Android Transfer. It can help you export the outlook contacts files which you want and transfer them to your phone. I found a tutorial with more details that may help you out: How to Transfer Contacts from Outlook to Android.
Hope it helps!
26-01-2016 09:03 AM - edited 26-01-2016 09:04 AM
You can use Gmail or Outlook to transfer contacts.
For Outlook, open your email on your computer, the
26-01-2016 10:50 AM
This method is great for getting contacts from Outlook to another service in the first place - to get mine into Google, I simply exported as a .csv file. It doesn't work for regular (and especially 2-way) syncing, though. Some manufacturers' software suites will do this and there are various third party applications, most of them paid for. For OTA syncing, you generally need to find a SyncML server, though I haven't found a public one.
In order to avoid the risk of corrupting two sets of contacts, I take the laborious route and update Google and Outlook separately. For new contacts, you can create in one service, then export the single record as a vcard and import. That'll work for updates too, as long as you delete the original in the target file.