24 Mai 2016
1. Outlook 2016, 2013 Error "No Default Mail Client" Message
If you are using Microsoft Outlook email application, there is a probability that you might have experienced “No Default Mail Client” Outlook error message while sending email messages.
When you try to send email messages using a third party program, you may get the following error message:
“Either there is no default mail client or the current mail client cannot fulfill the messaging request. Please run Microsoft Outlook and set it as the default mail client.”
If we look at the causes why the problem takes place, it is basically caused by corrupted Outlook registry – as when a third party application tries to exploit the Outlook Simple MAPI interface, it fails to fetch required details and information from the Outlook Registry, and the error message pops up on your computer screen. Read more at http://www.scoop.it/t/microsoft-outlook-by-quickbooks-support-1/p/4064241239/2016/05/24/888-606-4841-outlook-2016-2013-error-no-default-mail-client-message
2. Outlook Social Connector Pack for Social Networking
In line with providing innovative features to the Outlook users, Microsoft keeps on adding new features to the email application with every update. Outlook Social Connector is a new kind of feature that includes ‘business and personal’ news feeds coming from all of the contacts across different social platforms such as Outlook, Facebook, and LinkedIn & Windows Live. What it means that you can stay tuned in with all your social contacts within your Outlook email application.
For example, if one of your friends is using the social networking website that you are also using, you can see his/her updates from your Outlook email app. The feature lets you have a glance at the updates and information of the people in your contact in the People Pane that can be seen just below the Outlook items like appointments, meetings, contacts, and emails. Read more at http://www.instructables.com/id/888-606-4841-Outlook-Social-Connector-Pack-for-Soc/
3. Microsoft Brings Outlook to iPhone
If we all have a common thing that we have to deal with is email message – be it personal or professional email. We cannot avoid the importance of email messages in our daily lifestyle. And, when it comes to the convenience, we all prefer dealing with email messages on our desktop. But over the last few years, email applications for smartphones are getting the momentum very fast.
Among the available remarkable email applications, Microsoft Outlook for iPhone appears to be more interesting with its advanced features and applications. And most of the users get worried whether the new email application can have technical support. If you experience any type of issues with the Outlook for iPhone, you can go for Outlook support page that offers online support and technical help on Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2007. Read more at http://outlookhelp.support/all-new-microsoft-outlook-for-iphone/