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One of the things that is constantly improving is the reporting available in Office 365. You'll find all of the latest reports under the Reports option when you visit the Office 365 admin center.
Microsoft started moving Outlook.com users to the Office 365 interface earlier this week. Learn about the features and changes you can expect to see when your account is moved.
We hear a lot of complaints about the Conversation Groups that were introduced in Outlook 2010. They don't work as expected with Exchange 2003 or 2007, conversations don't stay expanded, and the old conversation view from older versions is not available. The conversation group features uses a Conversation field to determine if the message belongs
A first look at some of the new features in Outlook 2016 (for Windows).
Use Conversation view to view sent messages with the original or save sent messages with the original.
One of the major trends we are seeing in the technology landscape is the move away from traditional communication mediums like email to social networks.
Outlook doesn't have a built in method you can use to automatically include yourself (or other email address) in the BCC field when you send a new message. You can use Rules Wizard to CC and address but not to send a BCC.
The big news for anyone who uses Outlook.com for email, or to sync calendar and contacts to smartphone: Outlook.com is moving to the Office 365 infrastructure in 2015.
Microsoft hosted the first Microsoft Ignite Conference May 4-8, 2015. There were over 680 sessions, with the majority of them now available on Microsoft's Channel9. Below is a list of the sessions targeting Office developers and IT Pros. The full catalog of the sessions is available at Channel9.
A small update was released for Outlook 2010. This update fixes the following issues: When responding to a meeting request by using the Edit Response Before Sending option, the font is set to the system font unexpectedly. If you use Outlook Security Group Policy to configure a VSTO add-in as trusted according to Manage trusted