Popular webmail services such as Outlook.com and Gmail have built-in tools that can help you manage unsolicited messages and mailing lists.
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Yesterday, Microsoft announced new functionality is coming over the coming weeks. Two additions are to support Google Drive, and Facebook Photos.
Microsoft today sent out an email asking for its Outlook users to help fight SPAM. I get more junk email than I care to during the day, so I joined.
In technology, things change rapidly. And, in a move that’s sure to irritate some Windows Live Mail 2012 users, Microsoft is pulling support for Outlook.com.
For the novice or pro, the Outlook Personal Information Manager includes many features you can use to boost your productivity. Here are some helpful tips.
Office 365 Connectors provide integration with popular services such as Trello, Twitter, Bing, Wunderlist, GitHub, Salesforce, Visual Studio Team Services, and more.
Microsoft updated its Outlook email and calendar app for iOS and it now supports Touch ID security. This adds an extra layer of protection to your email.
Microsoft today announced it’s rolling out a new revamped version of Outlook.com that contains a new look and features. Here’s a look at what to expect.
The Microsoft Office for Mac Team is on a roll and bring new features for the new year. One of the cool new features is Full-Screen View for Outlook.
Emails marked as unread in Outlook signals to you and the sender that you haven’t gotten to it yet. Here’s how you can preview your emails without sending a read receipt.
The Garage Team at Microsoft released a new add-in for the Microsoft Outlook, FindTime, making it easy to find time to set up a meeting with colleagues.
Windows provides a way to track multiple time zones via the clock. And if you live in Outlook all day, here’s a look at how to manage time zones better.
Adding a signature in the desktop version of Outlook hasn’t changed much over the past few versions. But, if you’re new to Outlook 2016, here’s how it’s done.
Modern Attachments in Microsoft Office 2016 Preview allows you to attach files from OneDrive and configure permissions, all without leaving Outlook.