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Three Doable Ways to Sync iPhone 6|6S|7|8|X [Plus] with Your Outlook


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When you have to backup/restore your iPhone 6|6S [Plus], the first choice must be syncing your iPhone 6|6S [Plus] with iTunes/iCloud. That is really convenient. However, if you’ve saved lots of your contacts, emails on your Outlook, how can you transfer them to your iPhone 6 directly? Here are 3 simple methods for you to sync iPhone 6 with outlook easily. Just have a shot:

Method 1: Sync your iPhone 6|6S|7|8|X|XS|XR [Plus] with Outlook with Exchange

This method is quite easy without any other tools. You can finish the synchronization directly on your iPhone 6/6S just within some simple clicks. Of course, your iPhone 6|6S [Plus] should be connected to the Internet so that you can sync your device with the remote server of Outlook. And the implementation is quite easy as below:

Step 1: Go to “Settings” on your iPhone, and then choose “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”. Select “Add Account” and then choose “Exchange” to add your Outlook account.

Step 2: Now input your email address, your user name and the correct password, and then click “Next”.

Step 3: Now your iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 will try to access to the Exchange server. Just input the server address and wait a second, and then you can sync your iPhone emails, contact, calendars and so on with your Outlook account.

Method 2: Sync Outlook contacts to your iPhone 6|6S|7|8|X|XS|XR [Plus] by dr.fone Transfer

dr.fone – Transfer(iOS) is quite a brilliant iPhone file manager. Besides the functions iTunes can bring to you, dr.fone can support syncing your iPhone 6/6S/7 Plus contacts with your Outlook contacts as well. Just follow below tutorial:

Step 1: Install dr.fone and launch it on your computer.

Firstly you need to download this brilliant iPhone file manager – dr.fone below, and then install it on your computer. After opening it, you will see its nice but laconic interface.

Download dr.fone (Windows Version) Download dr.fone (Mac Version)

Step 2: Connect your iPhone to the computer.

Using USB cable to get your iPhone connected to the computer. After that, your device should be identified as soon as possible by dr.fone – Transfer.

Step 3: Sync your iPhone 7/6S/6 contacts with Outlook by dr.fone

Now, click “Information” on the top of menu, and then tick “Contacts” on the left sidebar to go into Contacts Window. Here you can manage your contacts both saved in your iPhone internal storage from “Local” option or from “iCloud”, just choose one. To import iPhone 7/6S/6 contacts to your Outlook, just select the contacts you wish to transfer and click “Export” button at the top interface and then select “to Outlook 2010/2013/2016”. You can also just right-click on those chosen contacts and then tick the “Export” -> “to Outlook 2010/2013/2016” accordingly.

To sync contacts from Outlook to iPhone 7/7 Plus, you can just follow below steps: click “Information” -> “Local” -> “Import” -> “from Outlook 2010/2013/2016”. That’s it.

With this powerful iPhone 6|6S|7 [Plus] file manager – dr.fone – Transfer(iOS), you can also merge your duplicate contacts on iPhone 6 easily; Import/export iPhone 6 contacts from/to Windows Address Book, VCF, Windows Live Mail, and so on.

Download dr.fone (Windows Version) Download dr.fone (Mac Version)

Method 3: Sync your iPhone 6|6S|7|8|X|XS|XR [Plus] with Outlook via iCloud Control Panel

You can sync your iPhone 6 with iTunes easily. Fortunately you can also install iCloud Control Panel so that you can do it with your iCloud conveniently. Here are the operational steps:

Step 1: Open iCloud Control Panel on your computer after installing it.

Step 2: In iCloud Control Panel, sign up your iCloud account with your Apple ID and its password. Tick “Contacts, Calendars, & Tasks with Outlook” and then click “Apply” button.

Step 3: On your iPhone, go into “Settings” and click “iCloud”. Sign up with your Apple ID and turn on “Contacts, Calendars”. After that, iCloud will sync your iPhone 6 automatically with your Outlook.

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