4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 14, 2014 10:25 AM by Mischievous
PeteKin Level 1 (0 points)

Outlook 2010 Calendar syncs with the iCloud Calendar in Outlook. Both are visible in Outlook, both are ticked. Calendar Sync is set up in iCloud Control Panel 2 and on settings on my iPhone & iPad. However, appointments don’t show in iPhone, iPad or iCloud on the web.

Windows 7
  • jason269 Community Specialists (4,290 points)

    Hello, PeteKin. 


    Thank you for using Apple Support Communities. 


    Here are a couple resources that will help you troubleshoot the iCloud syncing issue. 


    iCloud: Troubleshooting iCloud Calendar



    iCloud: Advanced Calendar and iCal troubleshooting





    Jason H. 

  • Mischievous Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same issue. I don't understand the troubleshooting directions in those links. It is tech speak and I don't understand it.What does it mean when it says"

    "Open a secure website to test if ports 80 and 443 are accessible." How do I do this? What are ports 80 and 443 and how do I find them to test them?

  • PeteKin Level 1 (0 points)

    I don't think that being more tech minded will help you.

    I have been looking for a soultion for this for quite some time and have now given up.

    Pretty poor - no extremley poor that apple haven't seen fit to impliment easy, simple, automatic synching with the most popular email program - Outlook.

    My next phone and my next tablet will most certainly NOT be apple (no capital intended).

  • Mischievous Level 1 (0 points)

    Here's what I've discovered: Outlook has two "versions," one for iCloud and one that is an Outlook data file ("My calendar"). You can check a box in Outlook to enable either of them (go to the Home tab and expand the navigation pane). The iPad does not sync with the Outlook data file. Anything entered there has to be manually copied to the iCloud version of Outlook in order to sync with iPad. So, to sync with iPad you have to uncheck "My calendar" in Outlook and then check "iCloud" and use that version of Outlook. But when I use the iCloud version, Outlook will not accept appointments sent to me by clients. It also screws up my communication with clients in other ways. So using the iCloud version of Outlook does not work for me.


    I've discovered a third-party software that seems to solve this issue: Code Two Sync for iPad. You can Google it for reviews, the download link, etc. I downloaded and installed it and it immediately copied (synced?) all the appointments in the Outlook data file version of Outlook ("My calendar") to the iCloud version and synced them with my iPad. There were a bunch of duplicates, but I think there's some way to fix that. However...it also crashed Outlook on my computer (I have an older computer that is having issues). So I needed to uninstall it. I repeat, this is because my computer has been having other issues, I don't think it is the software's fault. I may try it again when I have more time to troubleshoot. Anyway, you might try this software and see if it works for you.