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Sometimes organizing your life is a tricky task, and at some point you find yourself in need of one well-synchronized calendar. If you don’t want to spend hours pondering over how to export your iPhone calendar to Outlook, we offer our own application – CopyTrans Contacts. With its help, syncing iPhone calendar to Outlook becomes a pretty uncomplicated action which requires no more than a few clicks. Follow this tutorial to export events from any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch calendar to Outlook, complete with:

  • event details,
  • event notes,
  • location,
  • event repeating cycles.

This tutorial will help you export your iPhone calendars to outlook automatically or manually.

You can use the same method to export calendars from iPad or iPod Touch to Outlook. iphone calendar transfer

Add your iPhone calendar to Outlook (automatically)

  1. Download and install CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:

    Download CopyTrans Contacts

    TIP: If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to the installation guide.

  2. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Wait until the circle in the top-right corner will stop spinning.

  3. Click on the Calendar icon on the left-hand side pane of the main program window and let the iPhone calendar events load. If you sync the iPhone calendar with iCloud, Gmail, or Yahoo, connect your account with CopyTrans Contacts. Your iPhone calendars and calendar events will load and display in the interface. see the calendar events with copytrans contacts

  4. Select the iPhone calendar to transfer to Outlook. If you have more than one iPhone calendar, check the box next to each calendar. You can select all calendars by checking the box next to “All calendars”. Finally, click on the “Export selected” button. select calendar to transfer

  5. From the newly-appeared prompt, select “Outlook (direct export to Outlook)” to sync iPhone calendar to Outlook. export the calendar directly

  6. The selected iPhone calendar along with all its events will be transferred to Outlook on the PC. Start Outlook and see the newly-imported iPhone calendar. And that’s how you sync your iPhone calendar to Outlook!Navigate to Calendar view by clicking on “Calendar” and click on the File tab

Add your iPhone calendar to Outlook (manually)

  1. Download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    iPhone calendar to Outlook

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article.

  3. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect your iPhone.

  4. In the main CopyTrans Contacts window, click on the Calendar icon on the left panel. Your iPhone calendar events will appear in the main program window iphone calendar to outlook NOTE: if you don’t see some or all of your calendars in the program window, please have a look at possible reasons.

  5. Select the iPhone calendar you want to import to Outlook. If you have more than one iPhone calendar, you can also select all of your calendars by clicking “All calendars”. Finally, click on the “Export selected” button and select a location on your computer where to save your iPhone calendars. iphone calendar outlook

  6. Your iPhone calendar will be exported in *.ics (iCalendar) form to your PC. import iphone calendar to outlook

  7. Now, open Outlook on your PC and navigate to File > Open > Import calendar from iphone to outlook

  8. From the newly-opened window, select the line which reads “Import an iCalendar (.ics)…” and click “Next”. iphone calendar to outlook

  9. Navigate to the location on your PC where you saved your iPhone calendar and click “OK”. iphone calendar outlook 2010

  10. Finally, you can choose either of the two options: to add the exported document as a new Calendar in Outlook or just import the events to Outlook’s default calendar. iphone calendar to outlook

How to transfer iPhone calendar to Outlook? | YouTube tutorial

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