10 Août 2016
1. Microsoft Readies Outlook.com 2016 Web Features
From January 2016, Microsoft has added new optional contact and automatic flight notifications to Outlook on the Web and Outlook.com and is also planning to make two new features to users of Outlook on the Web and Outlook.com.
By this feature, suggested contacts can help users in finding correct contacts more quickly and an "events from email" feature that will add airline flights robotically to users' calendars. If you want any type of Microsoft® Outlook.com technical support, then you can contact a third party technical support providing company, like Intelli Atlas, and also get instant assistance from certified Microsoft technicians in an effortless manner to know more about Microsoft Readies Outlook.com 2016 Web Features.
The smart contact selection feature will start rolling out in mid-January for First Release Office 365 customers and then go more broadly in March, including those with the new Outlook.com preview. Microsoft also is planning to make this feature available as part of Outlook for PCs, Outlook for iOS and Outlook for Android in the first half of 2016. Officials are "evaluating a timeline for Outlook for Mac," according to today's blog post.
As all these events from email are stored in users' calendars, they will show up robotically in all versions of Outlook that connect to Office 365 or Outlook.com mailboxes. Though, this confirmation mail is not visible to those who share a calendar, as they are marked private by default. For this, you can also dial a toll-free Microsoft® Outlook tech support phone number and get instant support from certified Microsoft technicians in an effortless manner. Read more at https://www.diigo.com/outliner/bc15z7/888-606-4841-Microsoft-Readies-Outlook-com-2016-Web-Features?key=nd9y58m12a
2. Microsoft Testing new Outlook.com Premium Email Service
Microsoft is going to launch a new version of its Outlook.com email, acknowledged as Outlook.com Premium. This Outlook Premium is totally different from the current ad-free Outlook.com service that Microsoft currently sells to its users at a decent amount. If you want Ad-free Outlook.com, the successor to Hotmail Plus, which removes graphical ads with no need to log in to keep an account active and free technical support, then you can learn how to create an outlook.com email by visiting Microsoft® page for Outlook support and get customized help from certified technicians.
Microsoft also plans to roll out Outlook.com Premium, but the company isn't talking about when and whether the company will cost to subscribe these services. But one of the new features to which Outlook.com Premium testers have access is the capability to test new custom domain accounts.
As existing Outlook.com custom-domain holders are able to maintain existing custom email addresses, Microsoft has stopped accepting new registrations for this service and is no longer allowing users with custom email addresses to add or remove addresses. If you want more help about Microsoft Testing new Outlook.com Premium Email Service, then you can contact a third party technical support providing company, like Intelli Atlas. You can also dial Outlook.com customer support service number and get Microsoft Outlook free email and get instant help from certified technicians. Read more at https://www.rebelmouse.com/outlooksupport/888-606-4841-microsoft-testing-new-outlookcom-premium-email-service-1966438217.html
3. How to Migrate from Outlook Express or Windows (Live) Mail to Outlook.com
Microsoft is continuously working on migration of its 400 million Outlook.com users to an innovative infrastructure and UI. The company is also planning to take its Windows Live Mail users’ to a new Outlook.com with a new Office 365 backend infrastructure. If you want any type of technical support for Migrating your Windows Live Mail to Outlook.com, then you can simply contact a third party technical support providing company, like Intelli Atlas, and get instant support for the same. You can also visit Microsoft® Outlook technical support for help on Windows live mail login and Windows live Hotmail problems in an efficient manner with the help of certified Outlook technicians.
As Windows Live Mail 2012 customer doesn’t support the new required synchronization protocols, so customers using that configuration are unable to send or receive Outlook.com email from Windows Live Mail 2012 once their accounts are upgraded.
Windows Live Mail is also one of the Microsoft’s products which are also known as “Windows Essentials” application bundle. Other essentials in that bundle include Movie Maker, Photo Gallery, and Windows Live Writer and One Drive. For any type of help, users can dial a toll-free Outlook support phone number and get instant solutions frequently. Read more at http://outlookhelp.support/microsoft-migrating-windows-live-mail-users-to-outlook-com/