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An ItemAdd macro watches a specific folder and runs a macro on it as messages are dropped into it, using any method: using rules, dragging messages to the folder, using the move or copy to folder command, or even copy and paste in place.
Outlook's Calendar now displays appointments that extend past midnight as one event in the all day area, not as two appointments on the calendar.
Outlook 2016 has a modern attachment feature that allows you to add attachments or links to files stored in OneDrive. You can set permissions on the file shared through OneDrive, as you add it to an email.
How to change the default data file to a pst file when you use Outlook 2013 (and up) and have Exchange mailbox in your profile.
Like the Windows Insider program, the Office Insider program is an ongoing preview program for Office 365 subscribers, providing early access to the latest Office features. It's open to anyone who has an Office 365 subscription (administrators need to enable First Release on business accounts before business users can install the Insider Builds).
Link preview adds a small preview snippet to the message when you paste a URL into the email message. The preview snippet is like the URL preview in Facebook, Twitter, and Yammer. It's pretty cool and makes me almost want to use OWA. I have no idea if or when it will make it into
How to change the destination folder of the one-click Archive button on the web version of Office 365 and Outlook.com.
Forget charms in Outlook on the web, add symbols to appointment subjects in Outlook and you'll see them in Outlook on the web and on smartphones.
Make feature suggestions for Outlook and Office applications at UserVoice.
After installing Office updates, Outlook only starts in Safe mode.