What is Microsoft Outlook used for?


Microsoft Outlook is an email client that is exclusively included with the Microsoft Office suite. It is devised to function as an independent personal information manager, as an Internet mail client or in combination with the Microsoft Exchange Server for group arrangement, email and task management.
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Microsoft Outlook is used as a communication tool to send and receive emails across the internet. The application can also be used to manage tasks and contacts, organize appointments and various calendar items as well as to keep notes and journals. It uses a Microsoft exchange or Microsoft SharePoint server and is also used to check RSS feeds.
Microsoft Outlook is a communications and workplace productivity program. Computer users of varying skill levels and expertise use Outlook to send and receive email, as well as manage their calendars, personal contacts, tasks and to-do lists.
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