I have Office365 on both my Mac (MacOS Sierra) and Yoga (Win10). Both systems are at the most current service level. Both Office environments are, too. I have a problem with contacts in Outlook on my Win system, but not on my Mac. On the Mac, when I installed Outlook, I got all my contacts just fine. When I type a TO: email address, I get a running list of all the contacts that start with the letters I'm typing. Just pick one and I'm good to go. But I get no Contacts on my Win system. There's no type ahead feature that lists contacts the same way that it's done on my Mac. I get nada. So, the question is, how do I get Contacts in Outlook on my Win system like I do on my Mac? I know, this might not be the right venue to ask that. And I know that Win10 relies on the People app to collect contact info, and that shows through into the native email app. But not into Outlook. I've seen some manual work arounds where contacts can be exported into Outlook. But that isn't at all what this program should do. I should be able to see my contacts on Win Outlook the same as I do with the Mac version, and also with the native Win email app, without having to go through hacks and contortions. It is yet another basic flaw in Windows that this doesn't work consistently between the systems. I don't think it makes a difference, but the version of Outlook on my Mac is 15.29, and on Win10 it's 16.0.7526.1015. So, these aren't at the same release level, and I believe they aren't at the same code bases, either. I seem to remember that they aren't even the same product under the covers. The Mac version is based on Entourage or some such. But that might be different now. Any thoughts? I've seem comments on the MS sites and elsewhere about this, and no one has a good fix. And MS sure as heck doesn't give a darn about this, either. It's just the standard radio silence from them. Thanks.