We mentioned couple of workarounds to sync iCloud calendar with Windows Calendar client with CalDAV and other offline methods early in our articles. The setup procedure to sync iCloud calendars in Windows 10 is extremely easy, basically a 2 steps procedure.
This will lead back you to the main Windows calendar screen and on left sidebar you can see a new iCloud account that you added with all the primary and secondary iCloud calendars underneath it. Secondary iCloud calendars are not owned by current user and those are typically shared calendars from other users. Once you click on Save and close button, you can see the event created on the Calendar app. It is quite easy and smart and Microsoft did a good job on this, good news for Windows – iPhone users. Here’s how to prepare for your iPhone 6’s arrival by setting up iCloud before it even arrives. Before we begin it’s important to note that you’ll need to create an iCloud account for this tutorial. Once you have your device, just complete the setup process on your device and you’ll be provided with account credentials for iCloud. Click on the options for Bookmarks to decide what browser you’d like iCloud to sync your favorites from. The iCloud Control Panel’s most essential function is to let you manage how much storage space you have in iCloud. Depending on your use case, you may need to add some iCloud storage at some point in the future.
Even though Apple gives iCloud users 5 GB of space, many people use up that small amount storage.
Even if you get rid of your old backup, some device backups can take a large amount of space. Even if you’ve never opened it, most iCloud accounts also have an email address associated with it. This tutorial will show you how to add or delete email accounts in your Mail app in Windows 10.
When you add or remove accounts in your Mail app, the account will also automatically be added or removed from your Calendar app. You can use this option to add Microsoft accounts (ex: Outlook, Live, Hotmail, and MSN accounts) to your Mail app. If you like, you can use step 14 below instead to add POP and IMAP accounts with advanced setup instead.
You can use this option to add an Exchange ActiveSync or Internet email (POP and IMAP) account with advanced setup to your Mail app. If you wanted to specify a port number for your IMAP (incoming) or SMTP (outgoing) email server, then after the name of the server enter a colon followed by the port number, another colon, and 1. If you sign in to Windows 10 with a Microsoft account, then you will not be able to delete that account in Mail. Edit: in frustration, and not really thinking anything would change, I kept hitting that [Sign-in] button. I want to delete my account from windows mail but I can't because it's the one I log into windows with. As a workaround, you could switch your account to a local account, then switch it back to a Microsoft account using the email address you wanted instead. Thanks - well its the same email address at my domain it's just that Microsoft thinks it's an outlook address so I have Sync Off in windows mail for that account and the same address added as a gmail address works fine! In addition, if you added the Google account as an alias to your Microsoft account, it could see it as an Outlook account. The Calendar app is included in every Windows 10 installation as a part of Microsoft’s Universal Apps package.
After launching the application for the first time, click on the “Get started” button to continue. After clicking on the “Add Account” button, choose your email provider from the list, enter your credentials and authorize Calendar so that it can retrieve information from your account. If your email address is not supported, you will need to click on the “Advanced setup” option instead.
Your email provide can supply you with all the relevant information though a quick Google search will also work fine. There is no need to worry about adding all of your email accounts at once because you can always configure additional addresses later on. Microsoft’s new design guidelines have resulted in several improvements across all areas of Window and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps are perhaps the most obvious example of this.
Nevertheless, navigating the app is inherently easy because of the way the main calendar window is displayed. When you want to keep the current day in view but also want to navigate to a different time, you can use the calendar on the left side pane instead.
On a side note, you can also change the different views by pressing Ctrl + Alt 1-4 in case you are inclined towards keyboard shortcuts. Clicking on “More details” will take you to an entirely new window where you will be able to enter more detailed information about the event. The advanced menu is perfect for more complex events as there are a lot more features that you can take advantage of here. Furthermore, you can add people from your contacts list (which is automatically imported from your email account) and then send an invite to the event instead of just saving it to your calendar. When you want to manage multiple events at the same time, clicking on the “Pop Out” option in the advanced menu will force the event to appear in a separate window.
As you might have already noticed, some providers automatically add certain events to your calendar like the birthdays of your contacts, important holidays, and more. Clicking on “More details” is the only way to view complete information, including the event’s description. We have now covered most of the basic things you should know about the Calendar app but we are not done yet. Once you are done with the Personalization menu, head back to the main Settings menu and open the Calendar Settings section. However, Calendar works as the portal through which Windows 10 itself accesses your Calendar events to display them on the login screen, as alerts, and in Cortana.

Select Accounts, click Add accounts, and choose your desired service before adding your account credentials. You will be asked to sign in to your specified account type: Outlook, Exchange, Google, or iCloud.
After signing in, you will be asked to allow permissions for the Windows Calendar app to access your information. Apple hesitate to break their echo system and limited real-time synchronization and other features in between MAC and iOS devices. Apple released its own application for Windows users to integrate iCloud features with Windows OS. The best of them that I can say, Windows 10 calendar app can sync and display multiple iCloud calendars in a single window. Once you setup iCloud on Windows, you can create events in Windows or iOS devices and both will sync each other with in seconds, work like a charm. Windows had issue before for synching secondary iCloud calendars in early versions, but here everything was easy like a breeze! On the same place right side of the Title bar, you can select one of the iCloud calendar that you want to create a new event.
Those potential iPhone 6 buyers who were lucky might have managed to snag one of the new devices for delivery on launch day.
In Chrome, which is the browser we’re using, downloads show up at the bottom of the window when they’re complete. This functionality isn’t limited to one browser – you can sync favorites from Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. By default iCloud will sync over any photos uploaded by your computer or taken with your iPhone 6. By default, the iCloud Control Panel syncs this information, but only if there’s a copy of Microsoft’s Outlook personal management app installed on the PC.
If you don’t need that function, or no longer use the app, delete the information from iCloud. The new Mail app brings improved performance and a familiar three-pane email UI, with a toggle to quickly move between your email and calendar.
Do step 3 or step 4 below depending on if you already have an account added or not to Mail. The account will now be added to the accounts list in the left pane of Mail to be able to switch between accounts.
Mail App looks like the first screenshot ONLY if you have already loaded at least one email account. So this super simple new App that makes everything so much easier, requires me to create a new bogus GMail account just so I can configure it in W10Mail and get access to the screen you saw.
But, then, the other major factual inexactitude with the tutorial: You CAN'T add just any old Internet email address like you could with OLE, Windows Mail, or Windows Essentials Live Mail.
Like Mail and People, Calendar can gather all of your accounts and use them in a single, unified platform.
There you will find an “Internet email” option where everything has to be configured automatically. When you are done, click on the “Ready to go” button and you will be redirected to the main Calendar interface. Calendar features a minimalist interface with clearly defined lines though there are some obvious problems. By default, Calendar shows a monthly view but that can be changed simply by clicking on another option at the top. You will need to click on the hamburger menu (the icon with the three lines) in order to bring that panel up. For example, you can choose when Calendar will initially remind you about the event by changing the “Reminder” option. If the recipient uses the Calendar app, they can instantly import the event to their own calendar so they will have no excuse if they do not show up.
You can then create a new event and repeat the process as many times as you want until your screen is filled with every event imaginable. You can view those events as well as the events that you have manually added to your calendar by browsing through the calendar. In fact, the app allows for some very decent customization options, including a feature that provides a 5-day weather forecast. This menu will let you set your working week and working hours, enable week numbers, add holidays and enable alternate calendars.
The Weather Settings section merely lets you choose between Celsius and Fahrenheit but the actual feature is managed through the Windows 10 Settings.
Thankfully, Windows 10 makes it simple to consolidate and organize your various calendars into a single location via its Calendar app, thus allowing you to keep tabs on your weekly appointments with next to no hassle.
You may not consider using it if you have Outlook, and indeed, the latter is more powerful and has more features. If you have yet to do so, Windows will prompt you to create a Microsoft account to serve as the primary account for the app. Once you’ve accepted, your calendars will sync to the Windows 10 app, and be available for you to peruse from your desktop. This new baked Windows Calendar app is giving a nice UI experience like a MAC Calendar with iCloud Calendars. Those who weren’t lucky will probably need to wait a few weeks past the iPhone 6 launch day.
Depending on what version of Windows you have, you could be prompted to approve any changes.
Once the installation is finish you’ll be asked if you want to restart your computer now or later.
If you want to add a POP3 or IMAP account, and Microsoft doesn't recognise its domain settings, sorry pal, you're sh!t outa luck. Just as when there were no accounts already configured, the choices now (after entering your mail address & password) are [Cancel] or [Sign-in]. And then all of sudden on about the 5th attempt it started prompting for POP3 & SMTP server names! You can't turn off Reading Pane, even though users have been asking for it for over a decade now (and Microsoft's original security advice was to have it turned off in case viruses were auto-activated by opening mails).

As a Universal App, Calendar not only syncs with your desktop but also with every other available platform including Android, iOS, and Windows 10 Mobile. If you have already added your email addresses to the Mail app, they will already exist in Calendar because all settings are synced between the connected Universal Apps of Windows 10. For instance, running the app in a window smaller than the default one can hide the full title of events as they are supposed to be shown in a single line. The option to show the Work week is brilliant because you can easily manage work-related calendars from that view and then switch over to another mode when you are done.
Though that menu does not actually list any events, you can freely move up and down without affecting the actual UI so you can quickly check what day the 29th of February is, for instance (hint: it’s a Monday). This will open a tiny new window where you can add various details about your event including its name, time, and location. In addition to that, you can choose between Free, Tentative, Busy, and Out of Office in the “Show As” field because not all events are treated equally. Finally, all events can be set as “private” by clicking on the padlock-like icon on the top right. Just remember to click on “Save and Close” (or Send, when you are inviting people) otherwise your progress will not be saved.
When you roll your mouse over an event, you will get additional information about it such as the exact time it will happen. For a better experience, you might want to press the “Esc” key when you are viewing an event in order to easily close the window and get back to the main calendar. Remember that your calendar may already contain a number of major holidays so check first to avoid adding them again. If you have allowed Mail and Calendar to use your location, the Calendar will automatically feature weather information.
Regardless of where you fit on the spectrum, chances are that if you plan on getting an iPhone 6 you won’t want to waste time fiddling with Apples iCloud service. Instead of making iCloud available to anyone and everyone who might want it, Apple opted to keep iCloud mostly locked to its platforms. If you click Sign-in (and yes, that hyphen IS wrong, but Microsoft put it there) and the DNS auto-discovery settings are not set up, then the response is "We couldn't find info for that account. You can't configure ANYTHING about the screen to make it more usable, you can't even remove the background picture it imposes on you - I haven't seen anything uglier, except perhaps Windows 2.0 back in 1990-whenever. Today I will guide you through the Calendar and show you that creating and syncing events is easier than ever.
Furthermore, the dropdown menu next to the “Day” view allows you to display 1-6 days in a single page which can come in handy when you are managing events that last for several days. Furthermore, you can select which calendar the event will be added to, provided that you have added multiple email addresses and their corresponding calendars.
In the Settings menu that opens, go to Personalization and you will find loads of different backgrounds and color themes that you can choose from.
If you want to delete all the data for that app, tap Edit and then either tap Delete All or tap the red circle next to each item to selectively delete data from iCloud. Mail leverages the familiar and rich capability of Word to that allows you to easily insert tables, add pictures and use bullets and color to your text. This can be pretty confusing for someone who is doing this for the first time - I thought I was in a parallel universe where my Windows 10 worked differently from yours. COME ON, even f&ckin Linux is easier to use than that - how was anyone supposed to deduce that repeatedly trying the same unproductive option would eventually have results? In case the time period options are greyed out, uncheck the “All day” box first and the options should become available immediately. To add a picture of your own, click on the “Browse” button and select one of your own photos.
If the location is already on, just scroll down and enable the toggles for the aforementioned apps. It has gone from mediocre to very capable app, though some key features are still missing, and we are hoping these issues will be rectified in time for the July 29, 2015, official launch. I even checked the date of your post to see if maybe you had based this on a pre-release version of 10 or something.
So it was a pretty pointless exercise finding out the POP3 and SMTP server addresses, then, wasn't it?
Backup or forward those messages you want to keep, and then delete the other messages to save space. It comes with all the essential features that users would need to check their mail and reply to a sender, so it should be okay for most users. I can download the lessons again so there’s no need to waste space on my iCloud account for them. But for those on the advanced side of the spectrum, they might need a lot more.Windows 10 Mail appLaunching the mail app for the first time doesn’t throw users right into their email. From here all users should see “Choose an Account”, and below it are all the mail accounts users can add. To add other email accounts from POP and or IMAP, we suggest checking if POP and IMAP has been activated in the mail account you might want to use.
If they are not, make sure to do so before trying to add them to the Windows 10 Mail app.We should point out that if your Outlook mail account already have other mail accounts added beforehand, there should be no need to add them all over again.
Just click on the “More” button below “Inbox” to get access to these accounts.Right-Click on your favorite account to pin it to the Favorites section or to the Start Menu.
You can also add multiple Live Tiles for multiple Email Accounts.Back to the Settings section. This is designed for folks using a touch enabled Windows 10 machine.Users can also change the signature, and customize what happens when a mail is received. For example, the Mail app can play a sound, and show a notification banner which when clicked on, will launch the app if it is closed.Overall, the Windows 10 Mail app experience is basic and nothing exceptional. There’s no way right now to highlight multiple emails with just a single click for deletion, something that every Mail app should have.Some of you might want to also read this post on Windows 10 Mail app tips and tricks. He's also a person who enjoys writing about technology, comics, video games, and anything related to the geek world.

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