NO, IT DIDN' T: There is a problem in the synchronization between your Apple device and i Cloud. Try asking Apple Support NOTE: You can advance to Step 8 only when the test item appears in the correct folder in MS Outlook. Is Code Two Sync for i Cloud configured to synchronize the i Cloud folder containing the test item with another folder in your MS Outlook (let us call it the target folder)?
To be 100% sure, consult your internet service provider or an IT expert. If you do not know how, consult your internet service provider or an IT expert. Do you see the i Cloud folder tree in your MS Outlook when in Folder list view? NO: Make sure that i Cloud Control Panel / i Cloud for Windows is correctly set up on the machine. You have to correct this by going to Start, Control Panel, i Cloud and signing in (Fig. If this does not resolve the test item synchronization issue, use SCANPST as explained above.
If this does not help, look for a solution at Apple Support. Are you signed in to i Cloud on the machine in question?
To create a new folder, right-click the parent folder you want to create the new folder in.
If you want a top-level folder (a folder at the same level as your Inbox), you would use your mailbox as the parent folder.
You can also select Purge to permanently delete an item.
If you purge an item, you won't be able to use Recover deleted items to get it back.
when you created an identical contact across a few different email accounts all of which you sync to i Cloud, etc.).
Code Two Sync for i Cloud is not able to recognize duplicates and neither does Outlook.
Messages in IMAP folders are not listed in Outlook 2013 The issue is caused by the following Microsoft updates: KB2837618 or KB2837643 It can be resolved in two ways: I.