Guys, I've searched the internet high and low for a solution but can find nothing. So I'm hoping somebody here can help........ I recently bought a 13" MBP which I love dearly! However, a colleague in my newly formed company does not want to stray from his trusty Vaio laptop. On my MBP I have installed and am running succesfully the latest Office for Mac 2011 with Outlook. However, we seem to have identified a significant short-coming of the new software. As we work with the same clients, we want to share contacts (and emails and calendars too) but the new Outlook will only export contacts (and other Outlook info) in the .olm format. To get it into Outlook 2010 for PC or even Apple Mail for that matter, the format needs to be .pst or .mbox. Does anybody know of a way that we can export as .pst or convert .olm to .pst or .mbox so that we can share information across platforms? I have even looked for third party software but none seems to have included the new .olm format yet. This seems like a huge oversight by Microsoft......... Thanks in advance for any help that you can provide. Just to add insult to injury, it appears that I cannot sync Outlook directly with my iPhone so am considering going back to Mail/iCal/AddressBook but the same issue applies, .olm files cannot be read by Mail..........!!