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.
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One of the cool features I discovered recently is the ability to send your Outlook.com emails to Microsoft’s popular note-taking app, OneNote. Here’s how.
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Microsoft has started to roll out a new feature in Outlook.com that allows you to save file attachments directly to OneDrive with a simple click.
Microsoft has a new app launcher for online services OneDrive and Office Online. Similar to Google’s, this makes it easier to switch between online apps.
At some point you might switch from the desktop version of Outlook 2013 to the online version of Outlook.com. Here’s how to export your entire calendar.
Microsoft is improving the security of its popular consumer cloud services Outlook.com and OneDrive. Here’s a look at what this means to you as a user.
This week Microsoft announced a new set of features as part of the latest update of its web based email service Outlook.com which is great for power users.
Microsoft has fully integrated Outlook.com and its Skype service, providing full HD Skype video calls right from the webmail Outlook.com client. Here’s the details.
Microsoft announced that it’s making moving from Gmail to its Outlook.com email a lot easier. It uses a new web tool that connects securely with OAuth.
Microsoft recently added IMAP support for Outlook.com, the company’s web based email service. Here’s how to use it with Thunderbird and the correct settings
Microsoft is ending support for linked email accounts in Outlook.com in favor of its aliases feature.Here’s what you need to know to deal with the change.
You might have a calendar in the Outlook 2013 desktop application that you want to share with other contacts. Here’s how with your Outlook.com account.
If you use Outlook.com, pinning it to the Taskbar allows you to use it more like a desktop program. But that doesn’t give you new mail notifications. Here’s how to get them.