Sync Mac OS X Server with Outlook Contact and CalendarIt's about the time to share some new IT stuffs with you guys
Someone has recently asked me about "How do I sync Outlook Contacts and Calendars with my friend's Mac mini with OS X Server?"
Of course, you can do it!
It would be a happy ending if everyone is using Mac OS X. However, life is not as perfect as you think.
Let say your friend is running a Mac OS X Server and gives you access to the carddav and caldav services his server provides. But, you only have a Microsoft Outlook 2010 or 2013. What can you do about it?
To be honest, I have not found any solution until a few days ago when I was browsing EVO Collaboratorfor Outlook webpage. It adds a new feature of supporting Mac OS X Server's webdav services.
EVO Collaborator for Outlook
From the introduction of ECO of my previous blog about syncing Gmail's contacts and calendars with Outlook, it was quite easy to add a carddav/caldav profile. For adding Mac OS X Server profile, an extra step you need to do is keying in HTTPS and service port number, such as example below:
Once it is tested and a successful message pops up, it works the same as other profiles within ECO. Now you can sync your outlook’s contacts and appointments with Mac OS X Server.