It's never easy to move contacts between phones or to your email, especially when you choose a "fruit-liked" company. Are you still retyping your contacts list one by one when you move contacts from iPhone to Outlook? You probably think is there any chance that you can get rid of that? Of course. To solve this problem for Apple user, this article will share three ways to transfer your iPhone or iPad contacts to your Outlook account.
You can easily transfer iPhone or iPad contacts to Outlook using free Syncios Manager. Syncios Contacts Editor automatically copies all contact details including contact photos, phone numbers, emails, group information and more. This iOS manager also allows you to backup, edit, delete, de-deplicate your iPhone/iPad contacts, just follow the guide.
Step 1Download and Install Free iPhone Manager on Computer
Step 2Connect your iPhone/iPad device to computer and launch Syncios iPhone Manager. If this is the first you use Syncios program, then it will take a while for Syncios to download iOS related services for you. And keep your device unlocked, click "Trust this computer" on your device screen.
Syncios can not recognize your iPhone device? Please follow this tutorial.
Step 3Click Information on the left panel, you will see the Contacts, Notes, Bookmarks, Call History and Messages of your iPhone. Click Contacts icon, then you will find those options: New, Delete, Backup, Recover. To extract your contacts out, please select Backup.
Step 4Choose Backup selected contacts or Backup all contacts from the drop-down list, and then choose to Outlook 2003/07/10/13 to copy the contacts to your PC Outlook program.
If you have installed iTunes on your computer, then you can also sync your iPhone contacts with iTunes. A few steps are needed for this method, please follow our tutorial below:
Step 1Using USB cable, connect your iPhone to computer. Then run the iTunes, it will show your iPhone is under "Devices" at the left.
Step 2Open the iTunes on your phone and tap "Info" tab. Click "Sync contacts with" and select "Outlook".
Step 3You can choose "All Contract" if you need all of them move to Outlook or you can click "Selected groups" and put contacts you want to sync.
Step 4Click "Apply" to sync your iPhone contacts to Outlook. Click the "Eject" button on the right panel and disconnect your phone from the computer. Close iTunes.
Step 5Launch Outlook and click the "Contacts" tab. You should see the imported iPhone contacts.
Step 1Download and install iCloud on your computer.
Step 2Run it and sign into your iCloud ID and password.
Step 3In its primary window, tick Contacts, Calendars, & Tasks with Outlook.
Step 4If you wish to sync email, you will need to create an iCloud email address if you haven't already. Use the "Create an iCloud email address" link at the top of the window to create an email account.
Step 5Click Apply. Wait a moment. When it's completed, Contacts, Calendars and tasks on your Outlook will become accessible in the iCloud.
Step 6On your iPhone, tap Settings > iCloud. Sign into your iCloud account. Then, turn on Contacts, and Calendars to sync to your iPhone.
Step 7Your iPhone will ask you what you would like to do with existing local contacts, calendars etc. on your iPhone, select Keep on My iPhone in order for the sync to take place. Any new contacts (from your iPhone) with regards to your existing Gmail contacts will be placed in the All Contacts group.
Step 8Finally, in order for the sync to begin, go to your iPhone settings, and tap on Fetch New Data. From the newly-opened slide turn Push on.
If you want to sync contacts in a corporate environment, your company might have an Exchange server you can sync Outlook contacts with. This option may only be available if your iPhone or iPad is connected to your internal corporate network.
Step 1Set up your Outlook account by using Exchange.
Step 2On your iPhone, from the Home screen, select "Settings". Choose "Mail, Contacts, Calendars".
Step 3If this is the first time you have setup items in this area, select "Exchange". Otherwise, select "Add Account" > "Exchange".
Step 4Enter your email, user name and password, and then click Next.
Step 5Your iPhone will now contact the Exchange Server and you need to fill in the address of the server in the Server field.
Step 6After entering all details correctly, you now have the option to select what kind of information you want to synchronize with your Outlook account.
Step 7Tap Save to sync iPhone contacts with Outlook.
Syncios Mobile Manager is an easy-to-use and powerful iOS&Android Mobile manager, which is well-designed for users who want to manage device contents on PC. It allows you to export contacts, apps, photos, music, ringtone, videos, SMS messages, eBooks and more.