How To Sync Outlook With Android – Sync Contacts, Calendar, and Email

Are you looking for a way to sync your Microsoft Outlook contacts, calendar, and details with your Android smartphone? Are they synced before but for some reason, they aren’t now? Having trouble finding a way to sync both Outlook and your Android?

Fret not as we listed down 4 different methods that actually work. These methods will let you sync your Outlook account with your Android in a matter of 5 minutes or less.

Syncing Outlook Calendar & Contacts with Android

Microsoft Outlook is an application that’s part of the Microsoft Office suite. It is a personal information manager that’s primarily an email application. It includes calendar, task manager, contact manager, note-taking, journal, and web browsing.

With Android, Microsoft has developed an app that will work with the Android operating system. The Outlook app for Android enables users to connect all their email accounts, calendars, as well as access files in one convenient spot. Furthermore, the app works with Microsoft Exchange, Office 365,, Gmail and Yahoo Mail.

How To Sync Outlook With Android

There are 4 different ways for you to sync your Outlook calendar, contacts, and all information within it with your Android phone or tablet easily.

Starting with the most common method, here’s how you can sync your Outlook account with Android:

1. Sync Outlook with Android Using Microsoft Outlook App

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Nothing is more practical in a sense than using the designated app for that platform. With the Outlook app for Android, you can easily sync up all your Outlook accounts that you use on your computer desktop or laptop. Additionally, you can use the app to connect all your email accounts, calendars, and files in one place.

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Android Outlook Calendar

To sync your Outlook account with your Android phone, simply launch the app, log in your account, and enabled every sync option available within the app settings.

2. Sync Outlook with Android Using Gmail App

The Gmail app for Android is probably the most common method to sync Outlook with Android. Other than the native support for Google accounts, the app also works with, Yahoo Mail, or any other IMAP/POP email.

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Gmail Outlook Sync Setup

To sync Outlook with Android using Gmail app, all you have to do is:

  1. Launch the Gmail app. (Make sure you have an existing Gmail account to use)
  2. Log in and register your Outlook account on the app. You can do this via the Settings of the Gmail app. Make sure to add your Outlook account via Exchange and Office 365.
    Note: Do not select Outlook, Hotmail, and Live since it uses POP and IMAP which doesn’t support calendar and contacts syncing.
  3. Next is to enable sync for your contacts and calendar. To do this, navigate to your device settings or launch the Settings app.
  4. Navigate from Settings to Accounts. In some Android devices, it’s Users & accounts. Then select Exchange.
  5. By this time, you should see your Outlook account in the list. Tap on it and tick on all the checkboxes for Calendar, Contacts, and Mail. Once done, tap on Sync now.

And that’s it. You will now be able to see the reminders, contacts, and every event registered on your Outlook calendar using the Gmail app.

3. Sync Outlook with Android Using the Outlook Android App

Account Setup for Android Outlook
Account Setup for Android Outlook

Another common method to sync your Outlook account with your Android is by using the Outlook Android app.

To sync, all you have to do is:

  1. Download and Install the Outlook Android app. Once done, launch the app.
  2. Tap the Calendar icon and tap the 3 dash menu icon.
  3. Tap the Add Calendar icon and tap Add an account.
  4. Register your email address then follow the instructions to sign in.
  5. Once done, tap the checkmark to save your account to the Outlook Android app.

And that’s it, your Outlook account and other email accounts that you registered with the Outlook Android app will now be sync. Your linked accounts will also sync automatically as long as you have an internet connection.

4. Sync Outlook with Android Using a Calendar App

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Outlook Sync with Calendar App

If you’re using Outlook on both compute and on your Android phone, then one method to sync both devices is by using the Calendar app. To sync your Outlook account with the default Calendar app of your Android smartphone, simply follow the steps below:

  1. Download and Install the Outlook Android app. Once done, launch the app.
  2. Tap the Calendar icon and tap the 3 dash menu icon.
  3. Tap the Add Calendar icon and tap Calendar apps. You will see a list of supported apps that you can link to your Outlook account.
  4. Tap the icon to link your choice of app. Follow the instructions and sign-in to link your selected app to your Outlook account.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to sync the calendar.

Outlook will now then have synced the calendar with your choice of app. For example, if you chose to sync your Facebook calendar, Outlook will then require you to provide permission for it to access your Facebook calendar. If successful, a blue checkmark will appear next to the apps name.

5. Sync Outlook with Android Using DejaOffice App and CompanionLink


Our 4th but not the least method of syncing your Outlook account with Android is by means of using third party services. In this method, we will be using an app called DejaOffice and computer software called CompanionLink.

What these 2 applications do is that it syncs Android with Microsoft Outlook using either a secure USB connection between both devices, it can also be a Wi-Fi connection, or a Bluetooth, or last but not least, using the DejaCloud application. All the connection will be possible because of CompanionLink. It’s a software designed for the computer to communicate with your phone using either of the connection methods mentioned.

To use this method, you need to download and install the CompanionLink application first. Once installed, follow the steps below:

  1. Run CompanionLink Setup from your computer and select Settings.
  2. Select Microsoft Outlook from the drop-down option and then select Android.
  3. Select DejaCloud Sync and then follow the instructions to finish the setup.

Once you’re done setting up the CompanionLink software, the next things you need to do is to set up the DejaOffice on your Android device.

  1. Install DejaOffice app. You can download the app from the Google Play store.
  2. Open DejaOffice and then follow instruction to complete setting up the app.
  3. Make sure to select DejaCloud Sync as your sync method.
  4. Once done, log-in to your DejaCloud account or create one.

Once you’ve completely installed and configured both the DejaOffice and the CompanionLink, you can now configure set both sides to sync automatically for the Outlook to start syncing with your Android.

To do this, simply follow these steps:

  1. To sync the PC database to DejaCloud, open CompanionLink and click the Sync button. Additionally, you can set PC auto-sync by opening the CompanionLink > Advanced Settings > Auto Synchronization.
  2. To sync your Android to DejaCloud, launch the DejaOffice app and tap the Sync icon. Additionally, you can also set auto-sync on your Android. To do this simply open DejaOffice > Settings > Sync Settings > DejaCloud Settings.

Commonly Asked Questions: Microsoft Outlook Sync With Android

How to turn off Outlook Sync Android?

To turn off sync for Outlook and Android, simply remove any linked accounts. On Outlook, remove any Google Email accounts registered as well as any form of sync option enabled. On your Android, disable any auto-sync option that’s enabled between the Outlook and any co-relating apps such as Calendar, Facebook, Gmail, etc. Ultimately, uninstall Outlook will remove any sync options between the OS and the Application.

How to sync Outlook contacts with Android?

To sync your Outlook contacts with your Android phone, navigate to phone Settings > Applications > Outlook >  and make sure Contacts is enabled. After that, launch the Outlook app and go to Settings > tap on your account > tap Sync Contacts.

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Syncing Outlook with Android

Microsoft Outlook is definitely a software that’s used by individuals who prefer to have everything in one place including contacts, email, calendar events, and more. With the coming of handheld technology such as smartphones, it’s only practical that most would prefer to have Outlook at these portable devices. Microsoft already developed an Outlook app specifically designed to work for Android and users also have the choice to use this app to sync with their Outlook account.

Have you tried Outlook on Android yet? Do you have a way to sync your Outlook account with your Android device that’s not mentioned here?

If so, do share your experience, tips, as well as comments and questions in the comment section below!

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  1. Its obvious from the images you used that you didn’t actually use the app which you discuss, as the image show it transferred 0 files. Next time, don’t write the article directly from the app’s marketing materials. Pretend you know something about IT and actually try out the app. Then, when it is worthless and transfers nothing, like android-sync, have the IT balls to publish that.

    1. Sorry to hear that Android Sync didn’t work for you. Were you able to try out any of the others? Thanks for sharing your opinion.

  2. Very old article but very important to me now. Just moved from a Blackberry Z30 to a Sony Xperia ZX2.

    Problem is to sync my Outlook 2010 calendar and contacts to the Sony XZ2.

    I think the only that can work is method 2 – Android-Sync. Unfortunately this is only by a USB link.
    Is any way I can use the online methods with Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 ?
    Many thanks

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