New Outlook Preview is made available with restrictions

Microsoft is in the process of transforming Outlook. The first pictures were shown last night, because not everyone has the opportunity to try out the preview yet. You must be using 2205 build 15225.20000 or higher in the Microsoft Office Beta channel and have a work/school account.

But here are a few pictures and information on how Microsoft envisions the new Outlook. above Microsoft Loopcomponents, the possibility of working together with others on a project and thus staying “in sync” should be improved. Attaching files to a message is simplified by using @Files or @Documents in the search to quickly find the files.

Important messages or links can be filed directly in ToDo under My Day so that you don’t forget the task. The calendar itself in Outlook also gets a new view. But that’s not all.

It should be noted that this is really an early beta. Many functions are not yet available or are still being planned. These include, among others:

  • In the development
  • Multiple accounts
  • Offline
  • Account Support (
  • Account support (Gmail, Yahoo!, iCloud and other IMAP accounts)
  • Search in folders
  • Will be checked
  • POP support
  • Planned
  • Outlook data (.pst)
  • Sharing and shared mailboxes
  • Reorganization of folders

So it will be a while before the new Outlook is released to everyone and with (hopefully) all functions. You can read more about it here:

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