What is Outlook?

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is typically known as an email management product.

Officially, Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager product that offers capabilities such as email, a calendar, task manager and more.

The product has email capabilities to receive, send and organise email and can also acts as a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking platform, journal and web browser.

Outlook was Microsoft’s answer to the growing internet landscape and consequently emails. It replaced Schedule+ and Exchange Client.

The program is written in C++ and allows mobile devices to synchronise most Outlook data to Outlook Mobile.

What new features have been added?

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Name of Technology:

Microsoft Outlook

Year Introduced:

1997

Invented by :

Microsoft

Open Source or Proprietary:

Proprietary

Main technology category:

Software

Patent:

Yes

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