Outlook.com Preps for Mass Hotmail Migration

Paul, Ian
May 2013
PCWorld;May2013, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p20
The article discusses computer software firm Microsoft Corp.'s plan to transition Hotmail e-mail system users to Microsoft's Outlook.com interface by the summer of 2013, including information on several of the Outlook.com program's features such as its reportedly modern user interface, its improved e-mail message handling, and its integration with other Microsoft products such as the SkyDrive cloud computing service. E-mail address creation and renaming processes are mentioned.


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