Outlook

Outlook.com now supports IMAP and OAuth 2.0

The Outlook.com team has announced during a Reddit AMA that the email service now supports IMAP and OAuth 2.0. The announced IMAP support was added to increase the potential reach of Outlook, and the addition of OAuth gives developers the ability to build on top of the service, according to a post on the Outlook blog.

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Microsoft releases OWA for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has released OWA for iPhone and iPad, letting users access their Outlook email, calendars, and contacts. These apps are enhanced versions of the Outlook Web App, with added functionality for iOS devices, including voice actions and the ability to receive push notifications. The OWA apps also require that your mailbox has been updated to the latest version of Office 365 in order to work.

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How to set up Outlook.com email on your iPhone or iPad

Microsoft has released Outlook.com, what they consider to be the next-generation of email. And much to their credit, Microsoft have gone above and beyond to make sure you can access it not only on the web, but from any and all of your devices, including the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Here's how.

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Microsoft goes gunning for Gmail with Outlook.com web-based email service

Microsoft has announced Outlook.com, a free, web-based email service that clearly has its sites set on Google's hugely popular Gmail service. Of course, Microsoft already has Hotmail, who's very name meant HTML mail (HoTMail), and live.com, but they've never been shy about multiple, seemingly redundant offerings. But this seems different. Rather than doubling up, Outlook.com seems to be a new layer -- a way to offer something new without forcing old users to just take it. According to the Office blog:

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Forums: Black Friday shopping, the perfect smartphone, syncing Outlook

Ahh yes, Black Friday. The day where everyone flocks to the malls to hopefully get their hands on some great deals. Were you among them? If so, hop on into the TiPb forums and let us know what deals you scored. If you're looking to offload some old gear, make sure you check out the Marketplace Forum. Selling off some of your old gear is a great way to offset the cost of the new.  So, head on over and register now!

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MobileMe Calendar Beta Now Works with Microsoft Outlook

Apple has updated their MobileMe News with information on the the new Calendar beta that should make any Microsoft Outlook user happy:

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How do you use the calendar on your iPhone?

The are several ways to use the calendar on your iPhone, including syncing with other devices (including computers) and with the cloud (via a variety of services). You can also keep just one global calendar for everything, or separate ones for work, school, hobbies, family, training, etc.

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Apple Puts Some Snap Into MobileMe/Windows Outlook Sync

Good news, Windows PC users: Apple's MobileMe News blog has just announced that they've finally put some shove into their Windows-side push:

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