Before you switch to Microsoft Outlook 2013, the company's latest version of its popular messaging client that can do a lot more than just sending and retrieving emails, you may be interested in the components and features that Microsoft removed from the client. That's only a concern to users of Outlook 2007 or 2010 who consider upgrading to the new version of Outlook, even though new users may want to browse through the list as well as they may find a feature listed here that need included in their messaging software.
The official Office blog has highlighted the changes yesterday. The team notes that the list is not complete, and that some deprecated features are not in that list.
Are you working with Outlook? Did you use any of the features listed here?
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