Home Latest News First look at Microsoft's new 'One Outlook' email client for Windows 11...

First look at Microsoft's new 'One Outlook' email client for Windows 11 – Windows Central

Ads

Outlook Client HeroSource: Windows Central
Microsoft’s new web-based Outlook client has been in development for well over a year at this point. In fact, the client itself leaked last year but was inaccessible to people outside the company, that is until now. As of this morning, it appears the app has started working for work and education accounts, meaning we can finally get our first look at Microsoft’s new Outlook email client.
The new app is pretty much identical to the Outlook Web experience you can find today by heading to Outlook.com. There are a couple of new additions exclusive to this client, such as the ability to configure the ribbon along the top to a more traditional Outlook style. Unfortunately, the app isn’t working with personal email accounts just yet, though we suspect support for that will be added once Microsoft officially announced the client.
Outlook Client CroppedOutlook Client CroppedSource: Windows Central
The only other noticeable differences that we’ve spotted with the client is that Microsoft has embedded window controls into the Outlook header to make it look more native to the OS. Composing a message or creating an event in the calendar pops up a new window, just like the existing Outlook desktop client.
Windows Central reported in January 2021 that Microsoft was hoping to eventually replace the built-in Mail & Calendar apps on Windows 10 and Windows 11 with this client. It’s still too early for that, as the app is marked as “preview” or “beta” in many places. Microsoft also intends to ship this app on macOS and Linux eventually as well. After all, it’s pretty much just a web app.
Microsoft hasn’t yet announced this new email experience officially, but it’s likely to be unveiled soon as the app looks relatively polished. Build 2022 is later this month, so perhaps we’ll see an official announcement there.
You can download the app from this link, or you can check out more screenshots of the app below:
Source: Windows Central
Thanks Temmie for spotting this!
A new app called “Xbox Dynamic Themes Editor” has appeared, thanks to a reliable Microsoft leakster. Here’s what it looks like.
Forza Motorsport is restarting the legendary franchise from Turn 10 Studios, and it’s coming to Xbox and PC. Here’s everything we know right now.
What if you took excellent camera hardware and mixed it with the same AI software in modern smartphones? You’d get the $199 Lumina AI Webcam, which looks great and is likely to get even better. Can it rival a DSLR? Maybe.
Whether you need to remove red eyes or do heavy duty editing, these are the best photo editing apps for Windows 10.
Sign up now to get the latest news, deals & more from Windows Central!

I would like to receive news and offers from other Future brands.
I would like to receive mail from Future partners.
No spam, we promise. You can unsubscribe at any time and we’ll never share your details without your permission.
Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

source

Ads
Previous articleThe biggest surprise at Apple's spring event might be the timing – Macworld
Next articleApple original ‘CODA’ will be the first ever feature film to include burned in subtitles in all theaters – 9to5Mac
Abhinav Breathes and Bleeds Technology. He's a humanoid with a passion for Gadgets, Cars, Gaming. You can usually find him on PSN Blabbering about his FIFA skills.