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How to sync Yahoo calendar with iCloud, can it be done?

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  1. pcguy9441

    pcguy9441 Thread Starter

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    I've tried the following from Yahoo help and it does not work. BUT, I'm not using the generic Yahoo.com email but rather ATT/Yahoo where everything sits on an ATT email server. It all syncs perfectly with a client like Outlook, or eMClient, but now trying to use the ATT encouraged Yahoo webmail. I'm thinking the instr below are for a vanilla generic yahoo account, not an ATT/Yahoo account.

    My goal is to have my iCloud calendar and contacts show up in Yahoo. Can this be done? The iPhone settings function seems to say "yes" as it has yahoo as an option and I have that set up apparently correctly since email is synced and has been from day one (iPhone 4s, so a long time).

    Thanks for any guidance.

    Sync your Yahoo account to your iOS device
    1. Tap Settings on your device.
    2. Tap Contacts or Calendars.
    3. Tap Add Account.
    4. Tap Yahoo.
    5. Enter your email address and tap Next.
    6. Enter your password and tap Sign in.
    7. Slide the "Mail," "Contacts," and "Calendars" sliders on, and tap Save.
    Sync or un-sync Calendar and Contacts on iOS | Yahoo Help ...
    https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN14840.html
    Sync your Yahoo account to your iOS device
    1. Tap Settings on your device.
    2. Tap Contacts or Calendars.
    3. Tap Add Account.
    4. Tap Yahoo.
    5. Enter your email address and tap Next.
    6. Enter your password and tap Sign in.
    7. Slide the "Mail," "Contacts," and "Calendars" sliders on, and tap Save.
    Sync or un-sync Calendar and Contacts on iOS | Yahoo Help ...
    https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN14840.html
     
  2. metallica5456

    metallica5456 Trusted Advisor

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    I would honestly recommend contacting AT&T and see what their recommendations are. They are probably using different servers than the generic Yahoo.
     
  3. pcguy9441

    pcguy9441 Thread Starter

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    Yeah, I plan to do that now after one more try at remove/recreate my email account.
    thanks
     
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