Sync Outlook for Mac 2016 and Office 365 with Google, Android and iPhone | CompanionLink for Mac

CompanionLink is the experienced leader in Outlook for Mac Sync for Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. We have over 1 million downloads because we offer risk-free buying with a full money-back guarantee! and free telephone technical support

CompanionLink for Mac Benefits

Sync Outlook for Mac with Google, Android and iPhone

Easy and fast Sync for Outlook for Mac

CompanionLink for Mac automatically syncs Outlook Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Categories synchronized with Google, Android and iPhone.

It is very easy to set up. Once you set it up it runs automatically. Changes in Outlook sync to Google. Changes in Google sync to Outlook.

Does not require Exchange. You can choose to sync one-way only, or only Contacts or Calendar.

You can Sync directly to Android using a USB cable, and to iPhone using Secure DejaCloud Sync

Outlook for Mac sync with Google, Android and iPhone

  • Outlook for Mac 2011, 2016, 2019, Office 365
  • Works great with OS X Mojave
  • Direct sync to Google Contacts, Calendar, Tasks
  • Android USB and Wi-Fi sync
  • DejaCloud Connection

Native Mac sync with Google, Android and iPhone

  • Contacts - Mac Address Book
  • Calendar - Mac iCal
  • Tasks - Apple Reminders
  • USB and Wi-Fi sync to Android
  • DejaCloud Connection

How our sync works

Outlook for Mac sync with Google


Set up two-way sync between your Google account and Outlook for Mac. Simply add your Google credentials to our CompanionLink for Mac app. Our cloud service runs in the background. Changes in Google or on your Mac will automatically sync. Here's a setup guide. Here's a video.

Outlook for Mac sync direct to Android

Direct sync with mobile devices bypasses cloud services like Google. Simply select the type of device you have from the Settings menu. You will be asked to download our DejaOffice mobile app to your device. DejaOffice now features a Direct Sync option so you can use the Phone Contacts and Calendar. Use your phone's built-in Contacts and Calendar apps. Or choose to use DejaOffice CRM that will hold key Outlook fields for Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Categories. Here is an Android setup guide.

Outlook for Mac sync to iPhone via Google or Secure DejaCloud

DejaCloud sync is a proprietary sync system that is secure and fast. Or sync with Google for easy access to Contacts and Calendar. For DejaCloud Sync, download our DejaOffice mobile app to your iPhone or iPad. When you run it, you will be asked whether to sync to Apple Contacts and Calendar, or to use the DejaOffice CRM that also features Categories, Tasks and Notes. Here is an iOS setup guide.

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Sync Outlook for Mac Contacts to Google Contacts
How to sync Outlook for Mac Calendar with Google Calendar
Sync Outlook for Mac Calendar to Google Calendar
Sync Outlook for Mac with Google

Sync Outlook for Mac to Google

  • Two-Way Sync or One-Way Sync
  • Outlook Calendar to Google Calendar
  • Outlook Contacts to Gmail Contacts
  • Outlook Tasks to Google Tasks
  • Sync from Google to your Phone

Synchronize from Outlook to Mac to Google. The changes you make in Outlook will be sent to your phone. The changes on your phone will go to Outlook.

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Sync Outlook for Mac with iPhone or iPad

Sync Outlook for Mac direct to your iPhone or iPad

  • Two-Way Sync or One-Way Sync
  • Outlook Contacts to iPhone Contacts
  • Caller ID based on your iPhone Contacts
  • Outlook Calendar to iPhone Calendar
  • Optional: Use DejaOffice CRM on iPhone to see Outlook Tasks and Notes
  • Automatic DejaCloud Sync
  • Secure direct Sync

Sync from Outlook for Mac to iPhone or iPad. Direct sync using DejaCloud. On the phone you have two options. One is to use iPhone Contacts and Calendar. The other option is to use DejaOffice which shows your data like Outlook. DejaOffice supports Outlook style Calendar Colors, Outlook Tasks and Outlook Notes.

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Sync Outlook for Mac with Android Phones and Tablets

Sync Outlook for Mac direct to your Android Phone

  • Two-Way Sync or One-Way Sync
  • Outlook Contacts to Android Contacts
  • Caller ID based on your Outlook Contacts
  • Outlook Calendar to Android Calendar
  • Optional: Use DejaOffice CRM on Android to see Outlook Tasks and Notes
  • USB, Wi-Fi or DejaCloud Sync
  • Secure direct Sync

Sync from Outlook for Mac to Android. Direct sync using USB, Wi-Fi or DejaCloud. On the phone you have two options. One is to use Android Contacts and Calendar. The other option is to use DejaOffice which shows your data like Outlook. DejaOffice has full support for Outlook Calendar Colors, Outlook Tasks and Outlook Notes.

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Outlook for Mac to Android and iPhone using DejaCloud
Outlook DejaCloud Sync Android

Advantages: DejaOffice is a landing pad for PC Outlook data on Android and iPhone. Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Memos, Attachments. Supports multiple devices and multiple PC's easily. After the initial sync, sync time is instant and automatic.

Disadvantages: DejaCloud is a subscription service. Your purchase covers the first year, and after the first year it costs roughly $5 per month

Steps:

  1. Install CompanionLink on your Mac
  2. Install DejaOffice on your devices
  3. Set DejaCloud sync, Real Time sync

Setup Guides:
Outlook for Mac to iPhone and iPad
Outlook for Mac to Android
DejaCloud.

Sync to Gmail Contacts and Calendar
Outlook for Mac Sync to Google
Outlook Via DejaCloud Google

Advantages: Your PC Syncs to DejaCloud, DejaCloud connects to Google, and Google Syncs to your phone. This is a great choice if you require your Outlook for Mac data in Google Calendar and Contacts for other reasons. CompanionLink for Google sync can be set automatically and will run in background on your PC.

Disadvantages: Uses DejaCloud as a hub. Direct Google Sync will be available in Winter 2016. Google Tasks do not go to many Android Phones, although Samsung is now supporting them.

Steps:

  1. Install CompanionLink on your PC
  2. Set Google Sync
  3. Set Auto-Sync, Timed or Manual Sync

Setup Guides:
Outlook Sync to Google
Video Guide - Outlook Sync to Google

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How to sync Outlook for Mac to Android using USB and Wi-Fi
Office 365 for Mac USB Sync Android

Advantages: DejaOffice is a landing pad for PC Outlook data on Android. Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Notes. Supports one device per profile. Use CompanionLink Express or CompanionLink Pro for multiple devices. You can use USB Sync on multiple computers (i.e. Home, Work, laptop). Completely secure; no data is stored in the cloud.

Steps:

  1. Install CompanionLink on your PC
  2. Install DejaOffice on your devices
  3. Set USB Sync

Setup Guides:
Outlook for Mac USB Sync for Android
Outlook for Mac Wi-Fi Sync for Android
DejaOffice.

Outlook data you can sync

  • Outlook for Mac Contacts
    • Names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses
    • Outlook categories and colors sync to Android
    • Contact notes
    • Birthdays
    • Up to 9 custom fields
  • Outlook for Mac Calendar
    • Day, Week, Month and Year views
    • Recurring and all-day events
    • Alarms/reminders
    • Busy/free flags
    • Accepted meeting invites (with list of attendees)
  • Outlook for Mac Tasks
    • Task priorities
    • Recurring tasks
    • Due dates
  • Outlook for Mac Categories
    • Contacts Categories sync to Google Groups and to our DejaOffice app on mobile devices
    • Calendar Categories sync to separate Google Calendars and to our DejaOffice app on mobile devices

Supported versions of Mac OS X

  • Mojave (10.14.x)
  • Sierra (10.12.x)
  • El Capitan (10.11.x)
  • Yosemite (10.10.x)
  • Mavericks (10.9.x)
  • Mountain Lion (10.8.x)
  • Lion (10.7.x)

Supported versions of Outlook for Mac

  • Outlook for Mac 2011
  • Outlook for Mac 2016
  • Supports Exchange Public Folders (if you run Exchange)

Supported sync destinations

  • Google, Gmail, and Google Apps accounts
  • Android OS
  • iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch)
  • Windows Phone
  • BlackBerry 10
Step by step support
By Julie M
on Feb 25, 2020
CompanionLink for Outlook
I was able to state the possible problem I was having and Renee put a detailed plan together of what I needed to do to fix my problem. All in email so I could follow along. I was able to follow it easily and my issue was resolved! Thanks a ton!
Can't get the sync to work
By Benjamin H
on Feb 24, 2020
CompanionLink for Outlook
Got a new PC with Win 10 and downloaded CompanionLink Build 9020. Sync worked at first, then did not work. After working with me, Conley was able to diagnose the problem and explain how to fix it. The fix worked perfectly. Much thanks to Conley and to CompanionLink for their presence and help. A great company!
Android switch to -> iPhone, MS Outlook sync
By Peter H.
on Feb 17, 2020
CompanionLink for Outlook
Renee was not only fast, but repeatedly checked in with me! She even elevated me to another tech (Conley) and I now had TWO experienced technicians walking me through some really complicated settings and interfaces. I ended up learning a TON about the product and successfully syncing my phone (two different ways: WiFi and USB link). All the while they were patient and attendant. Really appreciate it.

A phone without contacts is pretty much a brick! In fact my most recent eMail exchange with her went like this

"> Bottom line up front: it worked!
> I followed your directions, synced the phone, and all the duplicates disappeared. I did all this while the Apple folks at the genius bar were consulting on the fact that they couldn't support tech support for a third-party app. I told them, "that's okay, the tech support from them was phenomenal, " and was happy to report by the time they came back that the problem was solved!

> Thanks again for all the help, you were the primary reason the trip to the flagship Apple store was a success."

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