Synchronize iPhone’s Contacts and Calendars with Outlook

Synchronize iPhone’s Contacts and Calendars with Outlook

Someone asked me about “Can he sync iPhone contacts and calendars into Outlook since iClooud Control Panel breaks down from time to time?” Of course, you can do it with EVO Collaborator for Outlook, aka ECO.

ECO is an outlook plugin for CardDAV and CalDAV.

With a file size of less than 5.5MB, ECO and Outlook work together and perform a two-way sync of contacts, calendars and tasks between CardDAV/CalDAV services and Outlook.

What are CardDAV and CalDAV anyway?

CardDAV and CalDAV are standard protocol API by IETF’s RFC for contacts and calendars. Apple is using this open standard to take care of contacts and calendars between Apple devices. 

How do I do it?

It is easier than a breeze with ECO. Simply:
  1. Download ECO from EVO Official Site and install it with admin’s privilege on your Outlook.
  2. Open Outlook and click on EVO ribbon at the top banner.
  3. Click on Configure profile
  4. Select Profile #2 for iCloud profile. Edit it by filling your iCloud account and app password (enable 2 steps verifications on Apple's website and create your app password for 3rd party software)
  5. Upon sync completion, Items on your iCloud account will be sync’d to your Outlook.

Build your own Cloud!

iCloud is a great tool for individuals, but it may not be suitable when it comes down to a company-size scale where lots of information scatter around. Why not build one for your company itself?

EVO Mail Server  

Download EVO Mail Server and install along with CardDAV and CalDAV addon (ECA). Once ready, all Outlook’s contacts, calendars and tasks can all go sync’d. Again, this solution I just mentioned is not a bad choice to choose from.