Outlook shared contacts not updating
Updating each contact, one-by-one, would be tedious even if you just had a few. The good news is, most of the time, you can update a group of contacts when they share a field value, such as the company name or address.First, you create a group based on the shared field, and update just one of the grouped records, which creates a new group.
Maintained by your IT department and stored on the Exchange server, the GAL usually contains names, addresses and email information for everyone in your organization with a company email address.If you still don't see the Mail option, sign out and back in to i Cloud for Windows.If you need help with your Calendar, Contacts and Reminders with i Cloud for Windows, try these steps.Here’s how you do it with i Cloud using the i Cloud control panel (for Windows): Using E-mail If you aren’t comfortable with using i Cloud or i Tunes to set up Outlook for syncing with your i Phone, you can use your e-mail to do the syncing.
Keep in mind that this method does not automatically update changes in your contacts in both Outlook and your i Phone.In this article, we’ll tell you how to sync your Outlook contacts to your i Phone and vice-versa.