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For people who mostly work from their inbox, having to switch to SharePoint to look for something can be confusing and a waste of time. If only there were a way to synchronize some key important data from SharePoint to Outlook… Well there actually is a way! Contacts, tasks, and calendars can all be synched with Outlook so that you can interact with SharePoint without having to leave Outlook. This allows data to be easily managed by the user from Outlook and also be centralized with SharePoint so that everyone knows what's happening. That's what a "win-win" situation looks like and it's a gorgeous site to SharePoint consultants.
Note: In order to connect to Outlook, you may need to setup the web site in the Intranet zone within Internet Explorer.
Figure 1: The Connect to Outlook Confirmation Dialog Box
Figure 2: The Connect to Outlook Dialog Box
Figure 3: The Connected Contact List in Outlook
Figure 4: The Sync Tasks with Microsoft Outlook Dialog Box
Figure 5: The Connection Confirmation Dialog Box
Figure 6: The Connect to Outlook Confirmation Dialog Box
Note: Clicking the Advanced button will display the SharePoint List Options dialog box, which will allow you to add more descriptive information, if needed.
Figure 7: The Connected Calendar in Outlook
Figure 8: The View in Overlay Mode
Figure 9: The Remote Calendar
If Outlook is where you work then you might consider checking out this other post about Connecting to SharePoint from an Outlook Message.
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