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Synch both to iCloud

Keep your Calendar up to date with iCloud - Apple Support

https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT202337
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Oct 31, 2017 - With iCloud, you have your calendars in your pocket, at your wrist, and on your desktop. ... Calendar will automatically show any accounts that you're signed in to with your Apple ID. You can ... Update your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to the latest version of iOS, and your Mac to the latest version of macOS.

How to Sync Calendar on iPhone ' Mac Basics - YouTube

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How to set up iOS calendar syncing ' PCWorld

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Feb 23, 2012 - Apple's way: iCloud. You turn on iCloud calendar syncing from Settings -> iCloud. You can add additional calendars from your iOS device. Go to the Accounts tab of iCal's preferences to connect your Mac to your iCloud calendars.

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SOURCE: OS 10.4.11 Won't Sync Calendars w/iPhone 3G

Make sure that in the sync settings you don't have Outlook turned on or something. If that is on, and you don't actually have anything to sync in outlook (or don't even have it), then this can result in it sitting for a long time, if not forever. You might also try to check and make sure that a dialog didnt pop up and somehow get minimized to the dock or something as well. I had a similar issue with my ipod touch and all it ended up being was a stupid check box under the calendars sync settings.

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SOURCE: Sync problem with Outlook Public calendar

Hi Brad,

By default, it won't sync the company shared calendar. This is in fact very hard to do. You will need to speak the guys in your IT department about a product to sync your calendar with the company one. If you use Exchange server, then you may wish to look towards a product such as 'SlipStick'...

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I sync my iPhone to my office Outlook Calendar?

Use Itune...

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SOURCE: How do I sync my Yahoo contacts and calendar with my iphone?

By syncing your contacts you need to connect the ipod to the computer when itunes loads you need to click on contacts then click on import from you then select where all your contacts are from in your computer which will then all be transfereed to your ipod

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: When I sync the outlook calendar to my iphone, one

Make sure time-zone is the same for both iPhone and the computer.

On iPhone setting > Mail,Contacts,Calendars setting > Time Zone Support, make sure you are choosing the city where you are in.

Otherwise, make sure you have updated the iTunes to 7.5 or later.

Update to iTunes 7.5 or later to resolve this issue. If you're not able to update, continue reading for other options to resolve the issue.
Each Outlook calendar event has an internal property known as "Message Class." When some Outlook plug-ins are installed (such as Live Search Maps), the setting for the Message Class property can change from its default of "IPM.Appointment" to something else. iPhone and iPod touch are only able sync calendar events with the Message Class set to "IPM.Appointment," therefore any calendar events created after installing certain Outlook plugins may no longer sync.
To verify this, examine the property of the Calendar event items for MS Outlook and see if the Message Class shows something other than "IPM.Appointment" in any of the calendar events. To view the Message Class property for your Outlook Calendar events, add the Message Class field as one of the columns in the Current View using these steps:

  1. Open Outlook Calendar on the computer.
  2. Choose View > Current View > Events.
  3. For Windows Vista, choose View > Current View > Customize Current View.
    For Windows XP, choose View > Arrange By > Current View > Customize Current View.
  4. Click the Fields button and choose All Appointment fields from the pop-up menu in the "Select available fields from" section.
  5. In the "Available Fields" column, select "Message Class" and click the Add button.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click OK.
Now verify that all your calendar events are showing "IPM.Appointment" for the Message Class column. If you have calendar events showing a different value other than "IPM.Appointment" you will need to perform the following steps to fix the issue.
  1. Uninstall any Outlook plugins such as Live Search Maps or other plugins which change the default Message Class "IPM.Appointment" to some other value. Once the plugins have been removed, verify if those calendar events revert back to the Message Class of "IPM.Appointment" so that you can sync the calendar data to iPhone/iPod touch. If you are able to sync, try adding the plugins back one at a time and verify that you are still able to sync.
  2. If removing the Outlook plugins does not change the Message Class value for the calendar events, manually change the Message Class value of those calendar events to "IPM.Appointment." For more information on Message Class and how to change the Message Class fields/value, refer to Microsoft's KB article 201087 How to update existing items in an Outlook folder to use a new custom form
Good luck!

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