One of the common issues encountered by most of the iPhone users is iPhone Outlook not syncing issue. If you’re encountering the same issue, then you are on the right page to resolve it.
Usually, the Exchange server allows you to sync all your data with your PC or smartphone. Microsoft Exchange offers many different features to keep your data safe. In addition, the Microsoft Exchange server added a technology called Exchange ActiveSync in late 2003. Using this technology, you can prevent your data from deletion, duplication, or corruption, and you can use it to sync the Outlook data with any smartphone. The Exchange ActiveSync technology is compatible with Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 and also with iPhone.
Now, if you encounter the issue of iPhone Outlook not syncing, first, you need to identify the problem and then perform the necessary solutions.
Reconfiguring Exchange Server
The Exchange Server has been reconfigured. Now, try to sync your iPhone with Outlook.
The iPhone Calendar not getting synced with the Outlook calendar is another issue encountered by most of the iOS users. To resolve this issue, perform some quick troubleshooting steps given below.
Before going into the troubleshooting steps, first, know the causes of this issue
Initially, check your connection type. If your iPhone device is connected to the Internet over a mobile or cellular data, then change it to Wi-Fi. Because to perform the sync operation effectively, it is necessary to connect your iPhone to a high-speed network. If not, there is a chance for an error to occur while sending the data to the online servers.
Check if the Airplane mode is enabled on your iPhone device. If yes, disable it because the Airplane mode will block the background activities.
The Low Power Mode option will also block the background activities of your iPhone device. To disable this option. And then follow the instructions given below to fix the issue of iPhone Outlook not syncing.
Now, try to sync the iPhone calendar with Outlook.
Make sure that you’re using the latest version of Outlook. If not, update it and then try to sync your iPhone with Outlook.
If the iPhone Outlook not syncing issue on your iPhone persists, contact us.