Outlook for Windows now supports iCloud accounts, making it a convenient one-stop solution for managing your emails and appointments. Previously, only Gmail was compatible, but now you can centralize your Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo, and IMAP accounts in Outlook. This update aims to encourage the widespread use of Outlook on Windows 11, as the new version is exclusively available for the latest operating system. Unfortunately, Windows 10 users miss out on this update
Outlook for Windows now supports iCloud accounts
Microsoft is introducing offline functionality in their Microsoft 365 roadmap, allowing users to perform various email tasks without an internet connection. This includes marking, moving, and deleting messages, as well as writing new ones. Additional offline features such as reading emails, checking calendars, and viewing contact details are also in the works. These features are set to be rolled out by October this year. To stay updated, users can simply click on the bulb-shaped icon next to the settings in the Outlook app for Windows. This will provide a list of recent updates and additions.