7 features Microsoft Outlook needs today

Microsoft Outlook is more than an email application running on the desktop or the browser.

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7 features Microsoft Outlook needs today

Channel 9 Interview: Building an Outlook Mail App using the “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools

If you haven’t heard, the new Office & SharePoint 2013 Developer Preview has a brand new development model that should make it a lot easier and flexible to build consumer and enterprise applications running within Office & SharePoint. Based on web technologies like HTML5, XML, CSS3, JavaScript, and REST APIs, you can use your existing knowledge of these web technologies to quickly build your apps. What’s cool is these apps can not only run in the desktop versions of Office, they can also run in the web app versions.

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Channel 9 Interview: Building an Outlook Mail App using the “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools

Upgrade from Gmail to Outlook.com in 5 easy steps

Just last week we introduced a new personal email service called Outlook.com.

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Upgrade from Gmail to Outlook.com in 5 easy steps

Microsoft unveils the new Office

SAN FRANCISCO — July 16, 2012 — Today, Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the customer preview of the new Microsoft Office, available at office.com/preview . The next release features an intuitive design that works beautifully with touch, stylus, mouse or keyboard across new Windows devices, including tablets.

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Customize Outlook Ribbon and command bars in a single add-in

Despite what some promulgate as software development best practices, I like to start my projects by sketching what I envision. I don’t conduct interviews.

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Customize Outlook Ribbon and command bars in a single add-in

The Notes Field in Microsoft Outlook

A: Microsoft Outlook uses forms for inputting content into the message store.

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The Notes Field in Microsoft Outlook

Sample: Outlook 2010: Manipulate Items in Mail Conversations Using Outlook.Conversations

This sample shows how to use the new Conversation object in Outlook 2010 to manipulate items in a mail conversation.

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Sample: Outlook 2010: Access Lists of SharePoint Objects Using Outlook.PickerDialog

This sample shows how to use the new PickerDialog object in Outlook 2010, to access a SharePoint server to get a list of objects such as users, distribution lists, and so forth.

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Attaching a File or an Outlook Item to an Outlook Message

Attaching a file to a Microsoft Outlook mail item is one of the most popular customer actions in Outlook.   Naturally, many power users also ask how to do this programmatically. The Outlook object model provides the Attachment  object, Attachments.Add  method, and an Attachments property for each of the Outlook item objects  (for example, mail, appointment, contact, meeting, and task items), to support adding an attachment to an Outlook item

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Sample: Automating Chart Importation from Excel to an Email Message in Outlook 2010 (Visual How To)

Download a C# Outlook 2010 add-in that provides a custom user interface in Outlook for you to select and copy a chart from an Excel workbook to an email message in compose mode.

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