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We're excited to announce that we've completed upgrading all Hotmail customers to Outlook.com. Coupled with the growing organic excitement for Outlook.com, this has pushed us to over 400 million active Outlook.com accounts, including 125 million that are accessing email, calendar and contacts on a mobile device using Exchange ActiveSync. We're also pleased to announce that we're adding two new features to Outlook.com: SMTP send, so it's easier to send mail from different email addresses, and deeper integration with SkyDrive.
Schedule View is a horizontal layout for the Outlook calendar that shows you many calendars at the same time. If you and your co-workers share calendars, this feature makes it much easier to schedule meetings with each other.
With Microsoft Outlook 2010, you can stay connected by sending and receiving text messages (SMS). For instance, you could send a quick note to a co-worker saying you're running late for a meeting. You can also forward your upcoming Outlook schedule or important e-mail messages as a text message directly to a mobile device. This post shows you the two ways to set up text messaging in Outlook.
Last summer, we released a preview of Outlook.com, a new modern email service from Microsoft. Since then, we've been humbled by the fast pace of adoption with over 60 million people already actively using Outlook.com. During the same period, we've received lots of feedback and made many improvements. Today, we're excited to announce the next step in this journey: Outlook.com is coming out of preview and people everywhere can get started and give it a try at Outlook.com.
If you are a heavy email user like me, chances are good that you subscribe to a lot of mailing lists. Unsolicited spam is one issue we battle in our inboxes, but perhaps more perplexing is the amount of email messages that we call “graymail.” Graymail consists of all those newsletters and notifications that can be useful, but aren’t necessarily what you you want at the top of your Inbox. The Rules feature in Outlook 2010 makes it easy to sort emails that need your attention from the graymail ones that don't. This post shows you how.