Monday, June 2, 2014

The Outlook Vs Gmail War

Microsoft consolidated all of their email services like Live, Hotmail and Outlook to a single email service last year in an effort to make the email service more powerful and widespread. Until recent years, the technical community has without any disputes agreed to the fact that Gmail and Google will be dominating the electronic messages community in the future. However, Microsoft introduced their email service in an effort to get back the post that was rightfully theirs. Google took the zenith position in the email services industry from Microsoft’s Hotmail email service by introducing the Gmail service.

With the presence of new advanced features in, Microsoft is planning to take the zenith position again. It is heard that the company has made many improvements in their webmail service. The company has included better and advanced rules for managing the emails perfectly and in an ordered manner. Microsoft has even included an import tool for helping Gmail users with the Outlook email setup. With this new tool in place, switching to Outlook email from Gmail has become a hassle free process.

The company has also made some new advanced rules in the so that you will be able to set you inbox in an ordered manner. Microsoft posted about this in their Outlook email setup website saying, "This can be a lot to handle, so helping you get to the email you care about is one of our top priorities, you will be getting more control over how your emails are sorted, filed or bumped to the top of your inbox. You can create multi-condition and multi-action rules and set your inbox to organize itself automatically. Advanced Rules allow you to combine your existing rules together and customize them to suit you."

The main feature of Outlook Rules is that it is pretty easy to configure them; even a person with little knowledge about the program will be able to sort his emails easily using the Rules in One of the new features of the email service is the Reply-In button, clicking on this button will allow the users to see the message and the reply message side by side, there is no need for opening a new box or page for sending the reply. With all these new features, it is for sure that Microsoft is set to conquer the email market again.

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