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How to sync mail, contacts, & calendar across all devices

Posted on 2014-03-31
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I have a client with a Windows 7 PC running Office 2010 and using Outlook (IMAP) for his email.  He also has an iPhone and 2 iPads.  What is the best way to have his mail, contacts, and calendar all automatically synchronize across all devices?  The client wants to be able to go to a single Contact file or folder to find any given contact.  

Is hosted Exchange the best option?  Does adding a contact in his phone automatically add it to the hosted Exchange file?  

Any suggestions or other possible solutions are appreciated.
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Jaroslav Latal earned 500 total points
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Hi CTSLA,
I use Exchange online and it works fine. Adding contact to ipad add it to Exchange online.
Works on Windows, Android and iOS.

Jarda
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