Updated: 11/30/2020 by Computer Hope
Microsoft Outlook

Outlook is an e-mail program developed by Microsoft that enables users to send and receive e-mail on their computer. There are two versions of Outlook; Microsoft Outlook Express and Microsoft Outlook.

Microsoft Outlook Express is a slimmed-down version of the Microsoft Outlook software family. It was first included with Windows 98 and included with all versions of Windows up to Windows XP. With the introduction of Windows Vista, Microsoft introduced Windows Mail.

Microsoft Outlook is a commercial product available as a stand-alone version or part of the Microsoft Office package. This program is more fully featured with better corporate support and capabilities not found in the free edition. Below is an example of Microsoft Outlook.

Microsoft Outlook 2000

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