Get a tour of Outlook.com, learn how to clean up your inbox quickly, become familiar with three important settings and find out how to change your current email to Outlook.com (while keeping your old email address) during a free, Office 15-Minute Webinar, Tuesday, Aug. 5. The webinar starts at 9:15 a.m. PT, and there’s a 20-minute Q-and-A afterward.
Maybe you’re looking for a new job, and you need a more professional email address. Or maybe you’re signing up for an email newsletter and don’t want to give your personal email address. With Outlook.com, you can create up to 10 email addresses — or aliases — and manage them all from one inbox.
Starting Tuesday, Outlook.com is adding new organizational features, including Advanced Rules and Undo, to help your inbox stay in good shape and to make it even easier to see the email that matters to you.
The import wizard will take you through the steps to import and manage your Yahoo Mail, Gmail or other IMAP-enabled email providers. You can keep your old email addresses, but manage all of them from one place: Outlook.com.
One year ago, Outlook.com rolled out worldwide. To mark this anniversary, the Outlook.com team put together a video to thank its customers and share improvements they’ve made after the feedback received over the past year.
The average Outlook.com customer gets more than 10,000 personal emails a year – and 80 percent of them are, well, let’s just say, less than urgent. We’re talking newsletters, sales offers and updates. In the coming weeks, Outlook.com is rolling out improvements to existing features, including Sweep and Search to deal with such clutter.