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Rohn MVP. Did the come with Office Home and Student pre-installed and activated? It does not include Outlook. Most computers that “come with” a free Office subscription have 1 year of Personal, which does include Outlook. Yes, you can buy standalone Outlook from MS. You may be able to get it for less on other sites, but like any internet purchase you have to be careful about the store you do business with.
In reply to Reynaldo Ugarte’s post on December 7, Hey Rey.. Thanks for your help. In reply to Rohn’s post on December 7, Yup buddy, You are right. I have Home and Student It doesn’t have outlook.
This site in other languages x. Was this information helpful? Yes No. Thank you! Any more feedback? The more you tell us the more we can help. Can you help us improve? Resolved my issue. Clear instructions. Easy to follow. No jargon. Pictures helped. Didn’t match my screen. Incorrect instructions. Too technical. Not enough information. Not enough pictures. Calendar even looks nice, and shows within Outlook itself. Also good. Click that little check mark and it opens a browser window.
Why couldn’ this all be done in the same application? Or even better, why couldn’t tasks show IN the calendar where they make the most sense? You’re looking at what you’ve got going on today, which includes not just whatever’s in the calendar, it also includes whatever things you’ve got to get done.
If you can put it all together it would be an easy 5 stars and I might even consider changing my email client even though you guys don’t really do read receipts, which I really appreciate. Outlook is an absolute powerhouse of an email client. I use it to manage multiple email accounts, and it’s wealth of features and integration with other Microsoft software keep me using it.
I would absolutely recommend this app to anyone who asked. There is one issue, however, that makes me rank it four stars instead of five. For some reason, notification badges the little red circle that pops up on the apps icon when there are unread emails doesn’t work in the macOS App Store version.
When I used Outlook downloaded directly from Microsoft’s website, and on my iPad and iOS Outlook apps, notification badges work perfectly well. But on the macOS app store version, even though I have my settings configured to give Outlook max notification priviledges and badge notifications are turned on, badges don’t update until I open the app – then all of the sudden I’ll see the red circle letting me know that I have 6 unread emails.
I’ve verified that this is not an issue with my settings, by double, triple, and quadruple checking that badge notifications are turned on. It really is unfortunate to read important emails later than I otherwise would because I don’t see that there are unread emails in my inbox until opening an app window. So, Microsoft, if you would just fix this issue that only exists in the macOS app store version of Outlook, I’d love to increase your rating to 5 stars.
Have used Outlook forever on various platforms. Every email platform has its plusses and minuses, for me Outlook has always worked better than other options. Never wrote a review before today though. Was having an issue with a Google account that seemed to be an Outlook issue.
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