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How do I sync Outlook 2010 email/calendar/contacts/tasks with Office 365?

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I am a new user of Office 365.  I purchased it under the belief that the calendars, contacts, emails, and tasks could automatically be synced.  When I tried to search how to do this, I found instructions for setting up my 365 email account in Outlook.  I am admittedly not the most adept at this sort of thing, and I would love it if someone could please "dumb it down" for me.  Thanks a bunch.

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  • Hello alimentary,

    You can use these instructions to import a PST file into your mailbox:

    In general, what you'll need to do is first use Outlook's import/export function to export your mail items to a PST.  After that, you'll create a new Outlook profile that connects to your Office 365 mailbox, which it should be able to do automatically using Autodiscover.  Finally, you'll need to import the PST into your Office 365 mailbox with the link above.