Posts tagged as: Outlook.com

Microsoft To Update Outlook.com Mobile Users

After updating Outlook.com for desktop users, Microsoft has now turned their focus to mobile users. Microsoft is starting a series of updates and design changes for Outlook.com beta users on mobile, with the aim of being faster and working better. Surprisingly some mobile users still visit the mail service via their browser rather than set […]

Skype Now Available to all Outlook.com Users – Allows Skype Use within Browser

Outlook.com users across the world will be able to use Skype from within their browser, Microsoft has revealed. Previously tested with a small number of users in the US and UK, the service allows all users of the e-mail service to make video calls, audio calls, and send messages to other Skype users, all from […]

MS Updates Outlook.com Email App for Android

Microsoft today provided Android device owners with a new version of its Outlook.com email application. The app has many new new features, including the ability search not only on the device, but Microsoft’s email servers for older messages. Users can now download all their Outlook.com email to their Android phone if they want, and the […]

Microsoft Adds IMAP Support to Outlook.com E-mail

Despite still claiming that Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) is the best option for email, Microsoft today announced that it has added IMAP support to Outlook.com for all users. With the addition also comes the OAuth standard for protected data access and use. The move gives OS X Mail and OS X Thunderbird email clients access to […]

MS Apologizes for three-Day Outlook.com, Skydrive Outage

Microsoft has issued an apology for the three-day outage of Outlook.com and other online services, at the same time as explaining what caused the issue in the first place. A caching service that works with devices using Exchange ActiveSync caused the outage, with its failure and subsequent flood of traffic stopping access to Outlook, SkyDrive, […]

Microsoft Brings Back “Don’t Get Scroogled” Campaign to Attack Google’s Credibility

Back in November, Microsoft launched an aggressive marketing campaign attacking Google’s credibility with regard to providing product search results. Titled, “Don’t Get Scroogled,” the ad explained that product search results are presented by Google not just by relevance, but are also impacted such as payments by merchants. Now the company is bringing back the ‘Scoogled’ […]

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