Microsoft acknowledges an issue that has caused Microsoft Outlook to crash unexpectedly and repeatedly. A fix has surfaced on the Internet that seems to work.
Microsoft has expanded some Outlook features, including Play My Emails and Meeting Insights, to new platforms, while tweaking old conveniences like calendar sharing.
Microsoft's list of upcoming features includes text prediction, one of the more innovative features of Google's Gmail.
As its Ignite conference begins, Microsoft announces numerous features for Bing, Edge, Outlook, Microsoft Search, and its Office apps that use AI and the web to improve productivity.
Microsoft has begun sending emails warning some users that their Outlook, MSN, or Hotmail email accounts may have been compromised.
Do you depend on Microsoft Outlook for your e-mail and scheduling needs? Are you annoyed with the e-mail client? Well, join the club--thousands of Outlook users are lobbying Microsoft for improvements in the next version. But this week let's not just...
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Last week's online protest against Microsoft Outlook is turning out to be a tempest-in-a-Tweet.
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