How to View, Delete, and Print Windows 10 Sticky Notes on Outlook.com
Microsoft add Sticky Notes support to their Outlook web service. Earlier, you could access your Sticky Notes from various places, such as OneNote app on Android, OneNote web app, Outlook for Windows Desktop, etc. Finally, Sticky Notes is coming to the Outlook web site.
Microsoft is working on adding the Gmail support to their Outlook.com service, that will allow you to use some Gmail features directly on Outlook. You'll be able to access Google Drive files in order to attach them to emails, and see Calendar.
Microsoft is releasing an updated version of Outlook.com, their mail and calendar service which requires a Microsoft account. This new update adds tabs and other message organization tools, search improvements, and more.
Microsoft is releasing an updated version of Outlook.com, their mail and calendar service which requires a Microsoft account. This new update adds new themes and new visualization possibilities to refresh Outlook's appearance and functionality.
Microsoft is releasing an updated version of Outlook.com Beta, their mail and calendar service which requires a Microsoft account. This special beta version will allow enthusiasts to join the testing of the upcoming features of the service. It now allows enabling the new Dark Mode feature.
Microsoft is no longer offering standalone Outlook.com premium subscriptions to new subscribers. This ability is now available only to Office 365 customers and not to regular Outlook.com users.
A few days ago, Microsoft introduced a new beta version of Outlook.com - its web-based e-mail, calendar and task management service. It sports a fresh design, a smarter inbox, and better personalization. Finally, the service is now available to everyone.
Yesterday, Microsoft introduced a new beta version of Outlook.com - its web-based e-mail, calendar and task management service. It sports a fresh design, a smarter inbox, and better personalization. Unfortunately, the service is not available for everyone as of this writing because it is still in beta and many features from the current version of Outlook.com are missing in it. Here is a little trick which will allow you to join the beta testing immediately.
A new official announcement reveals that Microsoft is rolling out a new beta version of Outlook.com, their mail service and social network connected with the Microsoft account. A special beta program option will allow enthusiasts to join the beta testing of the service.
Few days ago, Microsoft enabled the IMAP protocol for Outlook.com accounts. This is definitely good news for all users of alternative email clients, such as Mozilla Thunderbird. Access to a mailbox via the IMAP protocol provides several benefits over POP3, which was the only option available for Outlook.com/Hotmail users previously, if they did not use Microsoft's Live Mail application. With IMAP, you are able to access all the folders on your server. Also, IMAP saves the "read/unread" state for all your messages as well as the complete list of your messages which is accessible through all instances of your email clients, even across multiple devices.
So, here are the instructions on how to configure IMAP in the Thunderbird email application.