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Skype integration with Outlook has arrived with the release of Skype 6.1 for Windows Desktop. Learn how to quickly and easily connect to Skype contacts directly from Outlook and download the update to give it a try.
Email is all about communicating with people--whether you're sharing a photo, or scheduling a meeting or phone call. Some of last year's most popular posts about the new Outlook show you how it's been designed to put people first.
When too many people communicate with you about too many things, your inbox can feel overwhelmed. Most of the popular posts about the current version offer simple ways that Outlook helps you manage chaos.
Check out the year in review with the top posts for the new and current Outlook.
With the launch of Outlook.com, we're working to bring modern email to over a billion people. As we do this, we wanted you to know that we strive to put people first and that means building a great mail experience for the devices you have chosen to use. Learn how Outlook.com looks to be poised be the best email for mobile phones by supporting Exchange ActiveSync (EAS).
If you’re running Outlook Customer Preview, you may have noticed the Outlook Weather Bar that sits on the top of your calendar.
We’ve heard from you that it’s helpful to see the weather daily as you plan your day, so we’ve added it to the calendar. Below are some of the ways you can use the Weather Bar.
Having lived in Boston previously, I know that sunny skies outside the window can be misleading at times. To help you with more than just the high and low temperature of the day, when you hover over the different days in the weather bar, you’ll get a weather peek. There, you can see more details, such as the wind speed. So even though it’s warm outside in Boston right now, I may bring a cardigan for the gusty 17mph wind.
Over the past several weeks since we announced Outlook.com, we've continued to work to deliver you the highest levels of security and protection technologies. Today, we are excited to announce two important new security features that help fight common phishing attacks and provide you with even more protection. The first is complete support for DMARC, a standard that makes it harder for someone to deliver phishing mail to your inbox. And the second is support for Extended Validation Certificates (EV Certificates), which provides a more secure SSL connection when you are using Outlook.com. We're proud to be the first major email service to provide this higher level of safety and security. Taken together, these new security measures help prevent attackers from stealing your account information and protect your account from phishing attacks.
Sometimes, it's the little things that really make the day easier. We understand this really well. The Outlook team gets lots of suggestions for a convenience here or a shortcut there, to make the edges of your day go more smoothly.
One thing we've noticed is that some people like their folders in a non-alphabetical order. This allows you to have important or frequent ones near the top of your list, or unimportant ones near the bottom. To achieve that in Outlook 2010's alphabetical world, we've seen folks like you play the special character game. You pick your favorite random character on the keyboard and put those characters in front to bring those folder to the top, like "___folder" or "***folder." Or the "ZZZfolder" game to get things near the bottom. But why can't you just drag a folder where you want it?
Since the new Outlook.com launched in July, the positive feedback has been overwhelming. Outlook.com has received a number of other accolades around the world and there are already over 25 million active users. Learn why Gmail users are switching to Outlook.com and read about new features launching today for customizing your inbox, one-click archiving, keyboard shortcuts, and more.
Outlook 2013 uses newly-added support for the rich Exchange Active Sync (EAS) protocol that has become the gold standard used by smartphones and other mobile devices. EAS will sync mail, calendar, contacts and tasks from your Outlook.com account! We've heard many requests from users who want to sync their tasks from an Outlook.com account, and now you can.
Are you working in a team that has information interspersed amongst SharePoint document libraries, emails, and message attachments? If so then you can relate to the problems around keeping your team’s knowledge organized in a centralized location, and trying to comply with your company’s information retention policies. This is a common situation for many teams in organizations large and small.
With Site Mailboxes for Office 2013, teams can now bring together Exchange emails and SharePoint documents into one single place. Team members will be able to access all of the content from the team’s SharePoint site as well as Outlook, where the Site Mailbox shows up with all their other folders.