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Microsoft Outlook 2010

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Platform: PC
  • Microsoft Outlook 2010 helps you communicate with important contacts, manage email conversations and monitor your schedule from your PC or remotely
  • Sync multiple email accounts from services such as (Hotmail, Gmail) or just about any other provider to Outlook 2010
  • Condense, categorize and even ignore lengthy email exchanges with a single click using Conversation View
  • Save time with Quick Steps and customize the tasks you use the most down to a single click
  • Share your calendar with others and access theirs, plus save frequently used groups of calendars with the new Schedule view
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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B0039L6FK6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 1.2 inches ; 1.9 ounces
  • Media: Software
  • Release Date: June 15, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,447 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Platform: PC


Microsoft Outlook 2010 offers premium business and personal e-mail management tools to more than 500 million Microsoft Office users worldwide. With the release of Outlook 2010, you get a richer set of experiences to meet your communication needs at work, home, and school.

From a redesigned look to advanced e-mail organization, search, communication and social networking features, Outlook 2010 provides you with a world-class experience to stay productive and in touch with your personal and business networks.

Save time viewing, creating, and managing your e-mail
Think about how much e-mail you receive in a typical week today versus a typical week five years ago. We've redesigned Outlook 2010 to reflect these changes in your lifestyle and help keep up with the vast amounts of information you receive every day.

  • Manage large amounts of e-mail with ease. Condense, categorize, or even ignore entire conversations with a few clicks. With new conversation management tools and the improved Conversation View, dozens of messages can turn into just a few relevant items.

  • Send the right information to the right people and respond to e-mails rapidly. Mail Tips instantly alert you to potential distribution issues and Quick Steps take the multi-stepped tasks you perform most down to just a single click.1

Get easier access to the right tools
Locate the commands you need where you want them.

The improved Ribbon, available across Office 2010 applications, makes it easy to uncover more commands so you can focus on the end product rather than how to get there.

  • Easily configure new and existing accounts, clean up your inbox, and visually see how much space is left in your mailbox. These are just a few of the many features available from the new Microsoft Office Backstage view. Backstage view replaces the traditional File menu in all Office 2010 applications to provide a centralized, organized space to manage your accounts and customize your Outlook experience.

Connect with people and stay up to date
Whether you're managing a team or organizing a family event, it's important to stay connected to people inside and outside your office or home. Outlook 2010 brings together various e-mail and communication networks so that staying connected with the people you care about is fast, simple, and fun.

  • Combine multiple e-mail accounts, calendars, and address books and easily manage them from a single, centralized view.
  • Manage your schedule using the new Schedule View. View multiple Outlook calendars, Windows Live, or other shared calendars, in a streamlined horizontal display.
  • View the availability of a person and reach out to them using a variety of communication methods--all on a new easy-to-access contact card.2

  • Get additional information about people, such as mutual friends and other social information, and stay better connected to your social and business circles through the new Outlook Social Connector.

Access your vital information anywhere, anytime
Check e-mail anywhere and quickly locate those important addresses and phone numbers when you need them. Now you can stay connected to your work and personal contacts by taking the new Outlook experience with you. It's easy to keep on top of things while you're on the go.

  • Microsoft Outlook Web App: Stay up to date and in touch. View your e-mail messages, contacts, and calendar events stored on Exchange Server using a Web browser.3
  • Microsoft Outlook Mobile 2010: Sync Outlook 2010 with an enhanced mobile version of Outlook specifically suited to your Windows phone.4

Manage your inbox, schedule, and contacts with ease, connect to various e-mail and social networks and obtain anywhere access to your information.

1 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is required for MailTips and must be enabled by Exchange administrator.
2 Instant messaging and presence requires one of the following: Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 with Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2; Windows Live Messenger, or another instant messaging application that supports IMessenger. Voice calls require Office Communications Server 2007 R2 with Office Communicator 2007 R2 or an instant messaging application that supports IMessengerAdvanced.
3 Outlook Web App, formerly known as Outlook Web Access, is available to Microsoft Exchange customers. An Internet connection and supported browser, such as Internet Explorer 7 for Windows, Safari 4 or later for Mac, and Firefox 3.5 or later for Windows, Mac, or Linux, are required.
4 An appropriate device and Internet connection are required. Outlook Mobile 2010 is not included in Office 2010 applications or suites or Office Web Apps. Outlook Mobile 2010 comes pre-installed on Windows phones (Windows Mobile 6.5 or later) and will be the default e-mail client at the general availability of Microsoft Office 2010.

Product Description

Microsoft Outlook offers premium business and personal e-mail management tools to more than 500 million users worldwide. With the release of Outlook 2010, you get a richer set of experiences to meet your communication needs at work, home, and school. From a redesigned look to advanced e-mail organization, search, communication, and social networking features, Outlook 2010 provides you with a world-class experience to stay productive and in touch with your personal and business networks. Want information on Outlook 2010 with customer and contact management features? Please see Top 10 benefits of Outlook 2010 with Business Contact Manager.

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166 of 170 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Check spelling as you type does not work November 29, 2010
Platform for Display:PC|Verified Purchase
At first I thought I liked Outlook 2010. But then I wrote some emails and found that the "Check spelling as you type" function did not work. I went to the editor options and found this function was grayed-out. Then I went to the Microsoft Discussion forum called Microsoft Answers. Many people had the same complaint about the spell check. A Microsoft MVP gave us a curt answer to our problem: "You have to buy the office suite in order for the spell check to work." Neat!
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68 of 69 people found the following review helpful
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It is now well documented that Outlook 2010 no longer tracks tasks and journal entries under the activities section of a contact. This is one of the greatest CRM features available in earlier verision of Outlook, allowing users to track phone calls, meetings, tasks, emails, etc., in one window pane for every contact. Whether this a known bug they are going to fix or a change by design that they are not going to fix is completely unclear. The responses from Microsoft are inconsistent according to those who have logged help requests and posted their experiences on forums. Is the elimination of CRM like features in Outlook 2010 a cynical ploy to convert/force users to Microsoft's Dynamics CRM 2011 (at $44/user/month)?

Regardless, the feature doesn't work, even though books like Microsoft Outlook 2010 Inside Out provide step by step instructions for using this non-existent functionality (there is a detailed section in the book called "Connecting journal activities to individual contacts" teaching us how to connect journal activities to contacts. Figure 22-11 provides a beautiful diagram of the journal entry, having been associated with the contact, now dazzlingly displayed in the contact's activities section, as if somewhere, somehow, this functionality really did exist. The section ends with "this is just one more way outlook 2010 keeps all your information interconnected"). But its not true, the information is not connected, and if you had the information connected in 2007, it is now disconnected and years of compiling and tracking interactions with your contacts (who might be your costumers, clients, or suppliers) is lost.. For many users, it makes Office 2010 a definite downgrade from 2007.
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98 of 106 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product August 17, 2010
Platform for Display:PC|Verified Purchase
I installed Outlook 2010 on a new Asus laptop running Windows 7 home premium and had no problems or glitches. Windows Live Mail was set up on the laptop but it would not import and export to Outlook 2003 that is installed on an older desktop. Outlook 2010 imports and exports to Outlook 2003 seamlessly. The only problem I experienced was setting up a new e-mail account. Outlook 2010 gives you the option to set it up automatically or manually. I tried automatic and I did not like the way it was set up, so I deleted it and installed manually.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Microsoft Outlook a Disappointment February 22, 2011
By Old Doc
Platform for Display:PC|Verified Purchase
Having used Outlook for many years, I selected Outlook 2010 for my new Windows 7 computer. The features that I loved in the older versions of Outlook that I used on XP and Vista were gone and replaced with strange features like the "ribbon." Outlook 2010 is not worth the money and the learning curve is too steep. Microsoft should have followed the old adage "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
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56 of 64 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sucks November 10, 2010
By Al User
Platform for Display:PC
I have been using outlook since inception. This is the worst version ever. They do not upgrade the database engine and only play with the GUI. It keeps locking up. Rebooting itself. And on top of it all, costs arm and a leg. All the error messages sent to MS go into some ditch and never remedied. It is a shame MS products have lost their cutting edge after BG. I have ditched Office all together now and I am using free on-line software from others, which at least do not crash my system. Don't Office people talk to Windows people. They are in the same building. Avoid.
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44 of 50 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Disappointing, to Say the Least August 7, 2011
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First of all, as usual Amazon did a great job of delivering the correct product, and on time. But that' been about the ONLY thing that has been satisfactory about my experience so far. I've only been using Outlook for a few days so far, but that's enough to know I really don't like it at all.

My last 2 computers (which I still have) run XP and Outlook Exress. I've used OE for many years now, and know my way around it quite well, including the Advanced settings. I never needed to buy any sort of tutorials to learn how to use it; it's very intuitive. NOT the case with Outlook. Let's begin at the behinning:

My new computer (Dell 15r laptop) came preloaded with Windows 7. While different from XP, I'm getting comfortable with it, as it's pretty user friendly; I liked XP just fine, but I can get comfortable with Win 7. Along with the new computer, I also bought the Belkin data transfer system. It did an excellent job of transferring my documents, music, web favorites, etc. I assumed that, even though I'd been running Outlook Express and not Outlook, that it would also transfer my email settings and Address Book from my old computer to the new one, in other words, from my OE computer to the new one running Outlook.


I'm sure a software write could have accomplished allowing Outlook and Outlook Express to communicate with each other during a data transfer (after all, they're both from the same company), and it should have been reasonable for them to assume that a LOT of people would be transitioning from OE to Outlook, wouldn't it? It's almost as if the designers had never heard of OE, used it, or reviewed its best features, as the products are so dissimilar.
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Came from the Outlook Express environment and was told to use this over the 2013 version, but have found it very quirky. Read more
Published 3 months ago by john hastings
1.0 out of 5 stars gyped
The product we ordered did not work. We had to open the package to use it and it did not work, so we sent it back and you returned it to us saying you didn't accept returns if... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Frank Legare
3.0 out of 5 stars glitchy
Had tremendous problems getting it to send mail was als unable to open help. It took all day with second level microsoft tech support to get it to fully work.
Published 4 months ago by Jeffrey Kilgariff
5.0 out of 5 stars Good investment
The Microsoft Outlook 2010 software installed very easily and is working fine. Had to install for use in operating system which was installed.
Published 4 months ago by Vernon Warner
1.0 out of 5 stars I do... I hate you Outlook
I've tried to get my Outlook calendar to synchronize in real time across devices, but apparently this had to me majorly difficult. Read more
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