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iCloud, Do your products support iCloud folders?
Do your products support iCloud folders? I just tried to clean up my calendar (in iCloud) for dupes and it failed. Maybe revert back to Outlook calendar and then restablish iCloud? Not sure if that will work though; that's how I think I got all of these dupes :(
Our product supports any folders that Outlook supports. If you can synchronize Outlook and iCloud then yes. If not, then not.
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