Microsoft has announced that it has now added a way to import email from IMAP providers such as Yahoo Mail into Outlook.com accounts via a simple user interface.
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Microsoft representatives have stated they are currently working to address issues reported by Outlook.com users concerning the recent addition of IMAP support to the email service.
Microsoft has announced that has finally added support for the older IMAP protocol to its Outlook.com email service, which will allow third parties to make add-ons for the service.
Microsoft has announced it will improve its IMAP support in Outlook 2013, although it will not have two IMAP-based features that have been requested by Outlook users.
With the launch of Outlook.com, Microsoft decided to support EAS instead of IMAP. But an Outlook representative recently revealed they might include support for IMAP sometime down the line.
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It appears that Google is working on integrating IMAP into Gmail. Download Squad reader eD! Thomas sent in a tip letting us know he came across the new IMAP setting while snooping around Gmail. However,...