I have a technical challenge I was hoping somebody out there might have the answer to. I have a significant database that resides on Outlook I need a quick and painless way to export that data to my iPhone and/or iPad so I can have access to that info on the go, not just when I'm in front of my desktop PC. . Unfortunately I have found that Windows software and IOS software don't play very well together. If it's not possible to export directly from Outlook to IOS Contacts on the iPhone or iPad (I'm pretty sure it's not), then perhaps someone can suggest a third party application from iTunes I could load on my IOS devices that is capable of importing from Outlook. Thanks!
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