Microsoft has indefinitely delayed the deprecation of the Outlook REST API beta and Outlook REST API v2.0 following feedback from customers and partners. The deprecation was announced in 2020.
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Zerodium has increased the prize bounty for zero-click remote code executions (RCEs) on Microsoft Outlook up to $400,000. However, the firm has noted that the rise may only be temporary.
Outlook.com's premium email service, which launched to the public in February, has apparently been quietly discontinued. Existing Premium users can renew, but there will be no new memberships allowed.
Almost a year after Microsoft announced that it would bring Focused Inbox across Windows 10 devices by the first quarter of 2017, it appears to be rolling out to phones in the Release Preview channel.
Microsoft today announced that a number of features that were previously exclusive to Outlook and Office 365 users will be available to Gmail users in the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps.
Microsoft formally announced its latest updates to Outlook Mail and Calendar for Windows 10 today, which that will bring some much-anticipated features - such as Focused Inbox - to the platform.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced that it's bringing Outlook Add-ins to mobile platforms, including iOS and Android. We've now learned that it's coming to Windows 10 Mobile as well.
After revealing its plans in September to bring Focused Inbox to its Outlook Mail app on Windows 10, Microsoft is finally preparing to introduce that feature to Windows 10 devices from next month.
Focused Inbox for Outlook is a familiar feature to Android and iOS users, but it has yet to arrive for those on Windows 10 PCs and Mobile. Microsoft has now announced that it has started rolling out.
At Microsoft's Ignite 2016 conference today, the company confirmed that a number of new features are coming to Outlook Mail for Windows 10, which were previously exclusive to iOS and Android.
After users began reporting that their Gmail account no longer worked on Windows 10 Mobile, Google has now confirmed that the company has fixed the issue on its end.
Promising to be the first ever holographic email and calendaring apps, Microsoft has released Outlook Mail and Outlook Calendar for its HoloLens. The apps are available now from the Windows Store.
Microsoft announced in February that it was starting to upgrade users to its new Outlook.com experience, built on Office 365. So far, over 175 million have been upgraded - but there's some way to go.
Microsoft is expanding its Office partnerships with cloud storage providers, including Dropbox and Box integration on Outlook.com, more integration in iOS, and real-time co-authoring in Office Online.
Insiders using Microsoft's latest public build of Windows 10 Mobile can check the Store for updates, as a bunch of the company's and operating system's core apps are being updated.
If you upgraded to Windows 10 build 10130 and have experienced sync issues with Outlook Mail and connectivity issues with Wi-Fi, there's a patch for that, available now on Windows Update.
Microsoft has been testing more changes on Outlook.com, such as Outlook Mail branding - matching its new Windows 10 phone app - and revisions to the drop-down nav menu, including new icon designs.