Syncing your Blackberry contacts to your computer with Outlook is pretty neat and easy, especially if you have piles of contacts, both work and personal and you need to find your way through info you have gathered throughout the years.
Read our guide on how to sync with Black Berry Desktop Software.
If you initially denied Whats App access to your phone's contacts, you can enable access by going to the Black Berry 10 Permission Settings: If you have granted the app permission to use your contacts, but Whats App is still not detecting your contacts, or is displaying phone numbers without names, your contacts may be saved in a source that Whats App does not have access to.
Whats App should be using the contact info (such as First name, Last name) from the contacts that are saved in the SIM, local, or Google/Card Dav accounts on your phone.
Additions, deletions and changes are automatically applied to keep contacts up to date.
No additional software is required on the phones or tablets.
i Cloud is supported in current versions of Outlook and with Office 365 subscriptions.
i Cloud & Outlook Calendar issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Calendar Sync Issues and Contact issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Contact Sync Issues.
A registry key is now available that will allow i Cloud (and other affected MAPI services) to work with the patch installed.
If you are using a Black Berry Exchange Server, make sure you check that wireless sync is NOT activated.
As always, make sure to have a Black Berry backup handy in case something goes wrong with your device.
See Outlook's June 13 2017 Security Update for instructions.
Outlook 2007 is the only version where i Cloud is affected by the June 13 2017 security update, but attachments are blocked in some scenarios in Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016.