Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 Web App
Get to know more about Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 Web App
The Microsoft® Outlook® works as both a standalone application as well as in exchange with the data in the Microsoft® Exchange Server. The Microsoft® Outlook® is mainly used as an e-mail application, but it has also been developed with more functionality. It also includes the calendar, a task manager, contact manager, a note taking, a journal and a web browser. The Outlook® can be integrated with hand held devices such as Blackberry phones. The customers are given the option to develop software that works with Office; this can be achieved with the help of software like Microsoft® Visual Studio. The features of the Outlook® 2010 include the ribbon interface and grouping conversations.
The usage and functionality of the Microsoft® Outlook® web app 2010 is described below:
- Browser supported Outlook server
- Single page of messages
- Powerful searching and messaging support
Browser supported Outlook server
The Microsoft® Outlook® Web App delivers an interface that is rich in functionality which can vary between sending e-mails, voice mails, instant messages etc. The Microsoft® Outlook® Web App 2010 has been developed with the support of the Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010. The use of the Web App removes the overload off the Inbox. The Web App comes with new features such as multiple browser support, MailTips, Nickname cache, Filters etc. The conversation view is the latest feature which allows the user to view the latest message that has come in and the consequent e-mails or messages that were sent and received in a chain format.
Single page of messages
The Microsoft® Outlook® web app is supported by multiple browsers in running it. The Web App presents all the e-mails in one single page. The e-mails can be loaded all at once and on a single page and can be scrolled through. The interface helps maintain a large email size very efficiently. The user need not go through multiple pages of e-mails to search or retrieve the one required. The filters can be easily applied on this page with the help of a single drop down menu.
The Outlook Web App provides a powerful search tool such that the users can filter their searches between, from, to, and even e-mails that has attachments. The web app provides a means of Instant Messaging as well as SMS sync. The Web App connects to the clients through the Microsoft® Office Communication Server and checks if the users are available. The user can use this to decide if an e-mail or an instant message is to be sent to the recipient or not.
The MailTips is another important feature that has been setup in the Microsoft® Outlook® 2010. With the use of MailTips the user of Outlook® will be warned from doing human prone error such as sending a mail outside, to a large distribution list that has been established or even a third party that is not part of the company. The MailTips help the user with the fast and easy approaches to sending mails.