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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 make you feel overwhelmed. Most of the popular posts about the current version offer simple ways that Outlook helps you stay on top of your messages.
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Hey guys, a bit off topic here. We created an Excel Add-In that does sentiment analysis in Excel. Is there anyone we can get in touch with to collaborate on a short post about it? Can't find contact info anywhere on the blog.
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Guys, how can you say: "IMAP is an industry standard that governs how email programs retrieve messages. In the new Outlook, it's vastly improved."
IMAP in Outlook 2013 simply does not work. Check out the comments under the respective post. The situation is broken to the stage that I am forced to use 2010.
I have access to my manager's inbox. Is there a way for me to read a message (before she herself has read it) but have it appear to her in her inbox as "unread." If I read a message on my computer before she has read it on her computer, she has trouble distinguishing which items in her inbox she has and has not read as she relies on the seeing the message in bold (i.e., as "unread" in her inbox). I have to read a lot of messages so I'm looking for a solution that doesn't require me to mark the message as "unread" once I have read it. Any thoughts? Thank you.
Sure would be nice if you made Outlook.com conversation function actually work with WP8, and with Outlook 2010 client on Windows. Everytime I respond to an existing thread on my WP8 Lumia 920, a new thread is created on Outlook.com. And don't get me started on Outlook 2010, which just fails to thread properly in mixed use with Outlook.com. Heck, even using a Google Mail account works better in Outlook 2010 and WP8 with Outlook.com
Yes, performance and integration of IMAP was dramatically improved in some ways.
All this happened at the cost of crucial basic features it seems, however. Why did you change basic semantics of email behaviour, like moving a message from folder A to B? Moving used to mean "move email", not "rewrite email content and move"... apparently the latter is now default for Outlook 2013. Check out social.technet.microsoft.com/.../e8122c0c-7abd-4d1d-957b-cec5f5a7167f if you want to know what I mean.