Attachments from One Drive allow for easier sharing and collaboration on documents, and calendars can be viewed side-by-side for better planning. You can even see all your contacts key information in one place, making it easier to manage all your communications in one place.We’re the company that built Office, so we know it better than anybody.I paid full retail for the MS office package thinking it would be able to do the job only to find out that I could easily psend another 0 - 0 additional to get all the "add ons". I purchased the Office suite for home and student one time purchase 0 and then found out it doesn't even include outlook anymore.They give you MAIL which doesn't work with anything for long and forces you to buy outlook for another 0.Note that new touch features are optimized for use with Windows 8 or later.I've used Windows Live Mail for years but had to switch to Outlook with my latest computer purchase because Windows Live Mail is no longer supported.
The new outlook I purchased is good, not sure if it is worth 0 or the rip off of a month for ever but it has many features making it far better than anything else I tried. I have tried everything to get this to stop and a Bell Tech called me today to say Outlook 2016 has a feature that is NOT compatible with and this is why..though everything works fine from my end...people e-mailing me get the bounce back. I can't believe that I am the only Bell client who owns Outlook 2016 and that this is happening only to me. I don't have a problem when Bell forwards to my G-mail account...apparently only Outlook 2016...so Bell says. If your Canadian and you have Bell and want to upgrade your Outlook to 2016 you better check it out first..I am at a total loss.
These factors include the client’s proximity to the server, the storage infrastructure, the load on the hard disks (client and server), the number of users, and the number of restricted views.
Microsoft recommends that you maintain a range of 2,500 to 5,000 items in a folder.
You can help avoid poor performance in Outlook by carefully managing the number of items in folders, especially the Outlook folders that are heavily used.
These folders include Inbox, Calendar, Tasks, Sent Items, and Deleted Items, with a special emphasis on Inbox, Sent Items, and Deleted Items as these are the first to be downloaded.