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The latest version of CopyTrans Contacts features a direct way to export an Outlook calendar to iPhone or iPad as described here: How to directly export Outlook calendar to iPhone

The following tutorial demonstrates how to export an Outlook calendar and transfer it to your iPhone. Outlook 2007 as well as Outlook 2010 makes exporting multiple calendar events into a single ICS iCalendar file possible. This facilitates the transfer of Outlook calendar events via CopyTrans Contacts to any iOS device such as an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

  1. Run Outlook on your PC

  2. Navigate to Calendar view by clicking on “Calendar” and tap on the File tab at the top Transfer Outlook calendar to iPhone

  3. Now choose Save Calendar In your Outlook, select File > Save Calendar

  4. Choose location for your Outlook calendar on your computer and make sure you are saving the file in ics format Choose a folder and make sure your Outlook calendar is saved in ics format

  5. Your Outlook calendar events will be exported to a single ICS file at a location on your PC of your choice Find your Outlook calendar saved in the selected folder

  6. Now run CopyTrans and connect your iPhone to your PC. You can download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    Export Outlook calendar to iPhone

  7. Run the program and let all of your iPhone data load and click on the Calendar icon on the left-hand side pane of the main program window iphone calendar as seen within copytrans contacts

  8. Next, click on the “Import calendars” button and navigate to the location on your PC where you exported your Outlook calendar as an ICS file import outlook ics calendar to iphone

  9. Your Outlook calendar will now be transferred to your iPhone oulook calendar as it appears transferred to iphone

This is how to easily export Outlook calendar to iPhone.

outlook calendar exported to iphone

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