Categories: New Devices

Microsoft Outlook contacts and calendar on Surface Tablet

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Rushang

CompanionLink supports two-way sync of Outlook with Microsoft Surface. The Surface ships with Windows RT which delivers the core Windows 8 OS without the ability to run full-blown PC applications. Consequently, the Surface does not run Microsoft Office Outlook. Instead, Microsoft wants you to run their cloud-based Mail app, which is linked to your new “Microsoft Account”.

CompanionLink has a way to synchronize your PC Outlook contacts and calendar to your Microsoft Account, which will sync with your Surface Tablet’s Mail app.  For just $14.95, you can have your Outlook data on your Surface.

Microsoft Outlook contacts and calendar on Surface Tablet was last updated November 12th, 2012 by Rushang
Microsoft Outlook contacts and calendar on Surface Tablet was last modified: November 12th, 2012 by Rushang
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