Microsoft today alerted customers that the ongoing migration to the new Outlook.com comes with a hidden cost: You will no longer be able to use Windows Live Mail 2012 to access the service.
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Tech tidbits from around the web: NexDock is now fully funded, you might be able to get the new Outlook.com earlier, Microsoft Edge will handle Flash a lot more elegantly, Microsoft improves its Arrow Launcher for Android, Microsoft could be adding lock screen-based camera to Windows phones, more.
Microsoft announced today that is opening up its Outlook app on Android and iOS to support third-party tasks, events and notes in Calendar. So Outlook calendar on these popular mobile platforms will soon work with Wunderlist, Facebook and Evernote.
Microsoft is trialing a new premium feature for Outlook.com and the company is offering the service at $3.99 per month after the first year is free.
The date has come: Dropbox's Mailbox mobile app is shutting down today. So Microsoft is offering distraught Mailbox users a lifeline, and is promising to add some key Mailbox features to Outlook Mobile.
Microsoft is testing a premium version of Outlook.com that could support custom domains. This means you could soon be able to use Outlook.com with your own domain name instead of being forced to use a Microsoft domain name.
A few things worth discussing from today: A new version of the excellent Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter, the new Outlook.com is coming out of preview, and Redstone to add some nice Continuum improvements for phone.
Microsoft is now rolling out the updated Outlook.com design that has been in the preview state for many months.
An update to the Outlook apps for Android and iOS this week adds Skype Call scheduling, new calendar features, improved navigation, and more. And yes, Windows 10 Mobile users will get Skype Call scheduling in a future update.
Microsoft announced this week that the web-based versions of Outlook will be updated starting in January with smart suggestions in new messages and automatic flight details in your events based on email confirmations.
Here are some more tidbits from around the web: HP is abandoning low-end tablets, Apple open sources Swift, Microsoft ships Outlook add-on, and more.
I received some interesting advice several months back: Instead of just using the services that come with Windows, we should use services that work better.
Over the past year, Microsoft has moved to consolidate similar but different products, among them Skype and Skype for Business, and OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. So it should come as no surprise that the software giant is moving Outlook.com ever closer to Office 365. And today, Microsoft announced the first steps it will take […]
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