Will Windows 10 ever get native caldav / carddav support?


I use FastMail for email, calendars, and contacts. Windows 10 not having native caldav / carddav support is really the only thing keeping me from switching from Mac OS to Windows 10 full-time.

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8 responses to “Will Windows 10 ever get native caldav / carddav support?”

  1. 1321

    When you say native do you mean for accounts other than Google Mail which does have support for carddav & caldav in Windows 10 mail?

    • 5273

      In reply to nightmare99:
      Yes, but no support for calendars or contacts as far as I can tell. I've tried a few work arounds, but have come up empty handed.
      • 1321

        In reply to RobotRaccoon:

        If you are talking about a google account then carddav and caldav do work and sync calendar & contacts just fine.  I'm sure they could add support for non Google accounts fairly easily (iCloud accounts also seem to support it).  I have up voted this feedback for you in the feedback hub I suggest others do the same, here is the link https://aka.ms/I34lgb

  2. 5027

    unfortunately, I think not. I have been asking for this for years, at least for Outlook to support it, but nope .. nothing has happened.  Really annoying actually. 

  3. 5476

    I can't believe Microsoft added carddav/caldav support for Google and iCloud accounts, but did not add it to the options when manually setting up a server.  More and more services are using it such as OwnCloud, Fastmail, etc....