Outlook 2016 shared contacts not updating

If you are still having issues, try adding the contacts to a group in or recreating the contact.Exporting all your contacts from to a csv-fie, deleting them all online and then importing them again via the csv-file also often helps.Instructions for this are also covered in: Contact picture synch for contacts Another approach is to export the contacts from these providers to a csv-file and then import them into

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The most issues with contact synch is currently coming from Outlook 2013 clients which are connecting via EAS.

Many of the issues have also been solved in the 2013 Q1 updates for both Outlook 2013 and the backend of itself.

To notice the difference and see where the contact is coming from, take a look below the picture of the contact.

Here you’ll see little icons indicating where this contact is stored. Another way to verify this, is to simply disconnect all of these social network services from

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When you configure your account in Outlook either via the Outlook Hotmail Connector (in Outlook 2003, 2007 or 2010) or as an EAS account in Outlook 2013, it is indeed very likely that you won’t see all your contacts from the People section of

This is because not all contacts are actually stored on and thus can’t sync either. It is actually quite logical when you know the difference and then a solution comes quite easy as well. As mentioned in a previous post, you can connect the People section of to social network providers such as Facebook and Linked In.

When you’ve connected such a service to Outlook.com, you’ll also see the contacts from these services in the People section of

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