Outlook.com Now Has 400 Million Accounts, Including 125 Million Mobile Users

Micorosft's Hotmail has been around for a long time. But over the years, the use and popularity of Hotmail diminished significantly. So the company recently re-branded the email service as Outlook.com, a move that seems to have paid off well. By now, the company claims that there are some 400 million Outlook.com accounts.

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Outlook Offers Sign-In By Alias, Rolls Out 32 New Email Domains

Microsoft has been putting its weight behind its revamped email service, Outlook. The company has now offered a number of new impressive features for Outlook, such as allowing users to sign in using their alias rather than the actual username as well as offering 32 new region-specific domains.

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[Tutorial] How To Synchronize Your Hotmail And Outlook With Android

Not long ago Microsoft has enabled protocol EAS (Exchange ActiveSync), that support for all accounts linked to their email services, so that now, all devices that support EAS 2010 will be able to push notifications and sync calendars and contacts. In this tutorial I will show you which steps you need to follow if you choose to sync your Android mail app with native Microsoft services.

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Outlook.com Reaches 10 Million Users, Microsoft Reboots SkyDrive.com

Microsoft has been steadily rebooting its entire web presence. At the heart of Microsoft's online presence have been two things since a long time - Hotmail and SkyDrive. Hotmail has been deemed slow, heavy, visually unattractive and unprofessional by critics and users alike. However, Microsoft changed the views of many by rebranding Hotmail.com as Outlook.com.

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Outlook.com Admits Mac Client Deficiency, Hints IMAP Support In Future

Microsoft rolled out a revamped, and much better Hotmail a few weeks ago, under the new brand name Outlook.com. So far, the user response is good, and more and more users are switching to Outlook.com. However, the new Outlook.com hasn't been great with IMAP and Mac client support.

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Microsoft Rebrands Hotmail As Outlook.com, Adds New Features

It has often been stated that the days of Hotmail are nearly over. Most professionals have a rather low opinion of Microsoft's email service, and they have fair reasons to do so. However, all this is about to change. Microsoft is rebranding Hotmail as 'Outlook', which will be a new email service packing awesome features and having a Metro-style interface.

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[Tutorial] How To Download A Copy Of All Your Emails

When you read your emails, you use a web mail clients such Gmail, AOL, Hotmail or Yahoo for example. Whenever you read emails using those online clients you need to have access to internet. If you need to take your emails wherever you go, you can download all your messages in a mail program on your computer or on a memory stick and then read them later or when you need them. This is also good a way to keep a copy of your important messages on your computer. In this tutorial I will show you how to use Thunderbird to retrieve your emails from the Internet, while leaving a copy on your web mail. You can access all your messages from the Internet, but also from your USB drive. Of course, this latest version contains all the messages until your last login.

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