Microsoft has announced a series of new features for Outlook on Mac, and it all starts with support for more email providers.
Beginning with this update, currently available in preview, Outlook for Apple users also supports iCloud, Yahoo, and IMAP accounts, so when you set up a new account, you should be able to select more providers from the get-go.
This makes the configuration process a lot more straightforward, though it’d really be interesting to see how many Apple users still use Yahoo Mail with Outlook.
Then, the app is being updated with shared calendars, mailboxes, and delegation, with the new features available under Outlook Preferences > Account settings.
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Microsoft is also adding S/MIME and other features specifically aimed at enterprises.
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