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  2. Microsoft Outlook - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager software system from Microsoft, available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. Though primarily an email client, Outlook also includes such functions as calendaring, task managing, contact managing, note-taking, journal logging, and web browsing.

  3. Microsoft Schedule+ - Wikipedia

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    Schedule+ was originally developed by Microsoft as a companion to the Microsoft Mail email client, but was later shipped with Exchange Server 5.0, Microsoft Office 95, Exchange Client and Windows Messaging. The "Outlook Calendar" feature that was part of Outlook for Windows 3.1 and Macintosh versions before 9.0 was actually a new version of ...

  4. Yammer - Wikipedia

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    Yammer also allowed login through Office 365, as well as plans to have Yammer show up in the Office 365 header for selection by end users. [19] In 2015, Yammer removed several features related to how it worked with SharePoint, including support for SharePoint Server 2013.

  5. Comparison of webmail providers - Wikipedia

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    The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of notable webmail providers who offer a web interface in English.. The list does not include web hosting providers who may offer email services as a part of hosting package.

  6. Microsoft Mail - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Mail (or MSMail/MSM) was the name given to several early Microsoft e-mail products for local area networks, primarily two architectures: one for Macintosh networks, and one for PC architecture-based LANs.

  7. Microsoft Office XP - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Office XP (codenamed Office 10) is an office suite created and distributed by Microsoft for the Windows operating system.Office XP was released to manufacturing on March 5, 2001, and was later made available to retail on May 31, 2001, less than five months prior to the release of Windows XP.

  8. Microsoft Search Server - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Search Server (MSS) was an enterprise search platform from Microsoft, based on the search capabilities of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. MSS shared its architectural underpinnings with the Windows Search platform for both the querying engine and the indexer.

  9. Microsoft OneNote - Wikipedia

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    Premium features such as SharePoint support, version history and Outlook integration were previously available only to Office 365 and Office 2013 customers, but on February 13, 2015, Microsoft removed all feature restrictions, except creation of local notebooks—the free edition only stores notebooks on OneDrive—from the programs ...