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Oct 08, 2015

MxHero Launches Outlook PST to Cloud Tool for Better Security and Access

MxHero’s PST Retriever allows users to save Outlook PST email archives to the cloud for better security and convenience. (PRWeb October 07, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/10/prweb13002216.htm

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Oct 08, 2015

Outlook on the Web will soon offer likes and mentions

Email and social media are too different beasts, but for some reason Microsoft seems to think they should act similar. As such, the company detailed in a statement on Wednesday changes coming to Outlook on the Web: namely, it is getting likes and @mentions, taking pieces out of both Facebook's and Twitter's books. Both of the features work exactly the … Continue reading

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Oct 05, 2015

mxHero's Mail2Cloud PST Retriever

Mail2Cloud PST Retriever transforms PST files into a cloud based email archive where users can leverage powerful search and collaboration capabilities of the cloud. Users can access their archived email from anywhere they can access cloud storage and securely share select emails and attachments.

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Oct 01, 2015

Special offer for customers with Office 2016 and Office 2013 standalone applications

Office 2016 and stand-alone Office 2013 applications (purchased separately and not part of a suite of applications) cannot be installed on the same device. To resolve this issue, you'll need to upgrade your standalone applications to the Office 2016 version of the products. Contact the Microsoft Answer Desk to obtain a free upgrade for qualifying standalone applications.

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Oct 01, 2015

MailChimp-Subscribe

Subscribe senders to your MailChimp lists as you read your email. Check if sender is subscribed. View the contact details stored in the list. Subscribe the sender to a list. Add contact details as you subscribe. Subscribe any email recipient. MailChimp-Subscribe is a new kind of add-in designed for Office 365. Use it in your browser with Outlook Web App, and on your desktop with Outlook 2013 and O...

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Sep 29, 2015

What's new for administrators in Outlook 2016 for Windows

This TechNet article for administrators explains about the new Outlook 2016 features that admins should be aware of before rolling out Outlook 2016 within your organization. Two important changes: Exchange 2007 is not supported and autodiscover must be configured, as Outlook no longer uses PRF files.

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Sep 29, 2015

Office 365 Endpoint Testing Tool

Free utility for testing Office 365 speed and latency. The application will display which GEO data center you are receiving from DNS and then test all known data centers to make sure you are receiving the best recommendation from GEO DNS. If it’s shown that another data center is a better choice, you can then implement any required changes.

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Sep 29, 2015

Update Contacts with a New Company Name and Email Address

It can be a real hassle to update contacts when a company changes their name and domain. While it's actually really easy to change the company name by using group by company view and dragging contacts to a new group, you can't change the email address field using this method. This version of my super-duper bulk contact code updates the Company name and email domain on contacts. As written, it assu...

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Sep 28, 2015

Microsoft (MSFT) Launches Teamwork-Oriented Office 2016

Microsoft (MSFT) rolled out Office 2016, the updated version of its venerable productivity suite. The new versions of apps like Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook are now available worldwide for Windows desktop customers.

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Sep 28, 2015

Microsoft has big plans for its mobile apps: more sharing, more collaboration

Something's happening to the Outlook apps for iOS and Android. Quietly, they’ve begun to take on more and more responsibility—not just email, but calendaring and file information as well. It's no accident. Smartphone apps began life as focused, single-purpose products, but Microsoft's betting we'll want more interconnectivity moving forward. Just as cosmic dust collected into stars and planets ...

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