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Using Outlook.com with your own domain or current email address

Using an Outlook.com account is a great alternative for your current POP3 or IMAP account if you want to sync your emails, contacts and calendar items with multiple devices such as your desktop, laptop, netbook, tablet or smartphone. It behaves a lot like a personal (hosted) Exchange or Office 365 account but for free. You can set it up with an @outlook.com address, your own domain but also with an address you already have from another provider like Gmail.

Outlook.com migration changes; What do I need to know and do?

Microsoft is migrating all Outlook.com mailboxes to the Office 365 Exchange Online mail servers. This will give you a much better synching experience in Outlook but unfortunately may require you to re-add the Outlook.com account to Outlook and make some additional changes once your mailbox has been moved over.

Instant Search query commands reference

If your Outlook data is indexed by Windows Search, you'll not only get lightening fast search results within Outlook but also outside of Outlook such as the search fields in Windows Explorer and the Start Menu. For this, many search operator and fields are available. This is a reference guide to these operators and fields and how to use them.

Live Tiles for Outlook on Windows 8

Learn how to show Outlook data on the Live Tiles in Windows 8. For instance, show your upcoming appointments on the new Start Screen or Lock Screen.

Migrate from Outlook Express or Windows (Live) Mail to Outlook

Migrating from Outlook Express, Windows Mail or Windows Live Mail to Microsoft Office Outlook used to be a relatively easy process but nowadays there are quite a few things you should be aware of to make it work. In addition to mail, this guide will also discuss how you can migrate your contacts and calendar.

Files and Settings guide for Outlook

If you are in IT support or just are interested to find out which files Outlook uses and where it stores its settings; this is the guide for you.

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