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  1. TimTDP's Avatar
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    The latest announcement by Google no longer supporting WP8 is the final straw!
    I intend moving to Outlook.com, once Microsoft offer IMAP support.
    Anyway, I would like to know if it is possible to sync Outlook 2010 contacts, calendar & tasks with Windows Mobile 8?
    I do not use Exchange.
    I also do not want to perform the sync via a cloud application. I want to do it either via usb or USB

    Thanks for your advice
  2. vedichymn's Avatar
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    Not over USB, but you can sync over your LAN with something like this:

    Akruto Sync
  3. mrbill66's Avatar
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    You can download the Outlook Connector , install it on your desktop and it will sync contacts, calendar up to your Outlook Online stuff. But no tasks....I believe if you go to Office 2013, Outlook syncs directly up to the Outlook..com stuff. Tasks included. You can test drive the new Office 365 with their trial run. Just download the 365 AFTER you set up your new Outlook.com email or Live email.

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