Microsoft Introduces Outlook.com Service For Personal Email

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Microsoft has introduced the Outlook.com personal email service with the possibility of making video calls from your browser. This was reported July 31 in the official Outlook blog. Design Outlook, named as the preferred email client for Windows, in the style of Metro, the interface of new Microsoft products in the first operating system Windows 8.



Users can directly from the browser view the attached photos, documents and videos from YouTube, and links to which are contained in the message.

The service allows not only to work with letters, but also to connect to social networks section to arrange a video chat from the browser using the account in Skype. Also, Outlook offers to combine mail from third-party services, such as, Gmail.

Microsoft already owns the other mail service, Hotmail. Hotmail users can move (the corporation says "upgrade") their accounts to Outlook while preserving addresses, emails and contacts. New email service allows to register addresses
in @outlook.com.

If you’re a Hotmail customer and want to upgrade to the Outlook.com preview, just click “Upgrade” in the options menu of Hotmail. Your email address, password, contacts, old email, and rules will remain unchanged, and you can send/receive email from your @hotmail.com or @msn.com or @live.com address. You’ll experience it all in the new Outlook.com preview user interface. You can also add an @Outlook.com email address to your account if you want.

 

Hotmail was launched in 1996 and today is the most popular mail service, said news agency Reuters. It has over 324 million users. 

As reported by the corporation in the next few months, the company will also undertake a complete redesign and other ancillary services, such as contact management system, scheduling, and SkyDrive, so they are made in a single appearance. Already, there is a support Outlook.com new service by which we can integrate contacts from Twitter and Facebook. Later it will be integrated, and with Skype.

 

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