While Outlook is a staple in the business world, Microsoft has long understood that it is excessive for many home users, so there is a light email client built into Windows. A long time ago, this client was Outlook Express, but since then it has evolved and in the latest version of the desktop operating system, it is known as Mail and Calendar. For any Windows user, the email client is an obvious choice, since when you log into Windows 10 with a Hotmail, Live or Outlook.com address, the account gets added automatically. It works with other popular accounts, including Yahoo, Gmail and iCloud. It has a useful function known as Quick Actions which allows the user to easily mark or archive a message.
MAIL AND CALENDAR – TUTORIAL
Let’s look at how to create and send an email with this integrated email client:
MAIL AND CALENDAR – FEATURES
- Creating emails has never been easier or more powerful, with the familiar and rich functionality of Microsoft Word integrated. Charts, images and bulleted lists are easy to add.
- Calendar is optimized for Exchange, with full support for organizing meetings and managing a busy schedule
- Keep up with your inbox with new gestures that help you read, sort and archive your mail
- The navigation bar provides a quick switch, which allows you to move freely between your email and calendar to get things done
- Calendar offers useful and powerful views of your schedule such as day, week and month
- Download and save all attachments at once
- Browse and select contacts from the Windows people selector when addressing email.
Mail and Calendar is a mail client solution integrated into the Windows 10 operating system. Basic and simple functions can be used by any type of user and with any popular account. You too can rate this application.
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