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Migration of Microsoft’s Hotmail.com to Outlook.com Complete With 400 Million Users

Migration of Microsoft’s Hotmail.com to Outlook.com Complete With 400 Million Users

Microsoft has at last finished the method of changing Hotmail.com Users to Outlook.com and the completion process took 9 months. At present Outlook.com has 400 million Lively Users and previous Hotmail.com has 300 million Users.

Outlook.com came into existence in February and at the start there were 60 million Customers and One Hundred Twenty Five million Customers out of complete collection of Customers get right of entry to email, calendar and contacts from their cell devices by means of Trade ActiveSync. In The closing six weeks, A Hundred And Fifty petabytes of knowledge was migrated.

Microsoft got here up with two remarkable milestones for celebrating the successful migration. These two milestones are – a deeper integration of SkyDrive and SMTP Ship. Within The new and greater SkyDrive integration, message composer is the primary centre of appeal which permits the Customers to select of photos and information from the cloud storage provider after which convert them into the thumbnails consisting of links having permission from the Users who obtain the email.

Each of those options are available to Users worldwide. At current, SMTP characteristic has around the globe availability and SkyDrive integration can be coming up with its services and products gradually.




10 Comments to “Migration of Microsoft’s Hotmail.com to Outlook.com Complete With 400 Million Users”

  1. Jonathan // May 23, 2013 at 11:09 // Reply

    I have microsoft 2010, but I need excel 2007 for a class at school, If I upload 2007 will I be able to keep 2010 as well? Where is a good place to get reliable software?

  2. How do I find my appointments in Microsoft Outlook? My motherboard died so I removed the hard drive and put it in an enclosure and can access it through another computer, but I don’t know what to look for?

  3. How does microsoft help others / Does it give money to cause. If so who and how.

  4. I cannot find an email address anywhere on the microsoft website. I want to report a possible scam. I keep recieving emails advising they are from microsoft & i have won a sweepstake of £97,000 and it also asked for all my personal details including bank details, obviously i have not replied to this but id like to report it. The email also gives 2 email addresses to send the details to & one of them is a yahoo address.

  5. I created some web pages using microsoft word 2003 and was wondering if i can just place them into the web page and create links within the page? And a website I can use for free to create one?

  6. The mac does not have Microsoft office on it, and my teacher needs the presentation. I made it on Microsoft office powerpoint, so is there a converter so that it can be viewed on their computer?

  7. It seems that everything that Microsoft does they don’t ever seems to get anything right. It seems as though Apple on the other hand is loved by everyone.

  8. I recently installed Microsoft Office Word onto my laptop, after I had to delete it for another issue, and used Microsoft Works Processor for a while. But now that’s my default for opening documents. How can I make it Mic. Office word instead?

  9. I needed to buy Microsoft Office 2010 Introductory for my college class but now my teacher is saying that my computer needs to have Microsoft Office Pro too ? I dont know what the difference is. I thought what i just bought has all the programs with it..
    If anyone could help that would be great thanks !

  10. kerrin marz // June 8, 2013 at 21:18 // Reply

    I use OpenOffice because I can’t download Microsoft Office anywhere. Is there an application where I can convert OpenOffice documents to Microsoft Word documents so I can send them to other people or to my school? Or can you open an OpenOffice document using Microsoft Word even though you don’t have OpenOffice?
    Also, does anyone know where I can download Microsoft Office, or just Word, for free?

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