i Cloud 2 users should check Outlook and i Cloud 2: What you need to know and Outlook and i Cloud: default data files Users with POP3 accounts seem to have the most problems (but could benefit the most from i Cloud), since the data is local to one computer.
Users with both a Blackberry and i Pad or i Phone seem to be the worst off.
Outlook 2007 is the only version where i Cloud is affected by the June 13 2017 security update, but attachments are blocked in some scenarios in Outlook 2010, 2013, 2016.
When i Cloud is enabled, it moves calendar and contacts to the i Cloud folders, removing them from the Office 365 server.
Exchange, Gmail, and users don't need to use i Cloud for their calendar and contacts.
You already get your emails delivered to your Black Berry wirelessly through your cell phone carrier, but still have to connect your Black Berry to your computer with a USB cord in order to sync it with your Outlook calendar, contact and task information.
This means you don't get updates to these valuable folders when other people edit them while you're out of the office; and others don't see your updates until you get back into the office.
The following items are needed in order to use Office Calendar Mobile for Black Berry: Everything you need to know and get started with Office Calendar Mobile for Black Berry, inlcuding download and installation instructions, is included in the Guide to Office Calendar Online and Office Calendar Mobile for Black Berry.
The latest Outlook security update is causing problems with i Cloud (and attachments).
A registry key is now available that will allow i Cloud (and other affected MAPI services) to work with the patch installed.
See Outlook's June 13 2017 Security Update for instructions.
i Cloud is supported in current versions of Outlook and with Office 365 subscriptions.
i Cloud & Outlook Calendar issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Calendar Sync Issues and Contact issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Contact Sync Issues.
The Office Calendar Mobile for Black Berry application typically costs .95 per Black Berry smartphone device (licensed by PIN #), but is currently being offer at a promotional price of .95.