Microsoft hopes that new features built into the web-based Outlook client will draw web users away from competing services like Gmail and Yahoo.
Or: How I learned to stop worrying and tolerate Microsoft's mail client/information manager.
Robert Conner keeps his friends' phone numbers and snailmail addresses in Gmail. He asked me how he can access this information offline.
There are numerous alternatives to Outlook, but I've narrowed it down to two: EssentialPIM Pro and eM Client 4. Dark-horse candidate: nothing at all!
As the dust settled on Microsoft's Office 365 and Office 2013 announcements, questions about what the company didn't tell us began to percolate.
Microsoft has added some great new features to Office, including a tablet-friendly user interface. Let's take a look at what's new in Word 2013, Excel 2013, Outlook 2013, and OneNote 2013.
Power users of Outlook will be interested in what Microsoft has in store with Outlook 2013. Here are my first impressions after using the new software for a few days.
Don't make your move until you find and archive Outlook's PST file, which contains all your important data.
Some users love Outlook, but I can't stand it any longer. It's slow, bloated, buggy, and not particular good at syncing with smartphones. Read my farewell note.
Designed to streamline email management, The Bat! Professional fails to deliver.