Since moving to Windows 8 and my Surface, I have an odd issue. Basically, I tried to switch my Email, Calendar and Contacts to Outlook.com. I have a laptop running Office 2007, a Surface Pro, and an Android phone. My email and calendar I like to share with all devices. So I set all of them to get email and the calendar from Outlook.com. All is well. But contacts (people), are another matter. My laptop with Outlook 2007 will not sync the contacts to Outlook.com. There is an addon called the Hotmail connector for Outlook 2007, but it does NOT sync TO Outlook.com. It will sync FROM Outlook.com to Outlook 2007. And Outlook.com does not support some of the Contacts fields, such as the contact photo. So, I keep my contacts on Google. I have a program the keeps my laptop Outlook 2007 in sync with Google contatcs. My Android phone of course syncs with Google. And on Outlook.com, I have it 'synced' with Google so they show up in my Windows 8 People app. But that is a ONE WAY sync. I can't create or edit a contact in Windows 8, and have that get to my other devices. Am I missing something obvious? This is pretty goofy. I would prefer using Outlook.com for everything, but the support is not there for Outlook 2007 and I would lose some contact info if I did that. If I had everything on a personal exchange server, it would work. What a pain.