MS Outlook Screenshots

MS Outlook screenshotsOutlook is a individual data manager often used mainly as an email app, it also contains a Calendar, Task Manager, Contact Manager, note taking, a journal and web browsing. It can be used as a independent app, or can work with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server for multiple users in an company, such as shared mailboxes and calendars, Exchange public directories, Sharepoint lists and meeting calendars. See also MS Outlook alternatives

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There are external add-on apps that integrate Outlook with devices such as Blackberry mobile smartphones and with other solution like Office & Skype web communication. Programmers can also add their own custom solution that operates with Outlook and Office components using Microsoft Visual Studio. In addition, Windows Mobile devices can synchronize almost all Outlook information to Outlook Mobile.

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Outlook 2007 was the first Outlook to switch from Web Explorer HTML rendering to Microsoft Word 2007 HTML rendering. This means HTML and CSS items not handled by Word are no longer supported. On the other hand, HTML messages composed in Word will look more or less as they appeared to the author.

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Outlook and Exchange Server internally handle messages, appointments and all other items as objects in a information model which is derived from the old proprietary Microsoft Mail solution, the Rich Text Format from Microsoft Word and the complex Ole basic information model. When these programs front-end with other protocols such as the different Web and X. 400 protocols, they try to map this internal model onto those protocols in a way that can be reversed if the ultimate recipient is also running Outlook or Exchange.

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