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Outlook 2010 screenshots

Office 2010 For those interested in what Outlook 2010 is shaping up to look like, here’s a few screenshots from the Microsoft PressPass Image Gallery. You may have read our post on Exchange 2010 a few days back. Whilst we were mostly critical of the increasing reliance on email, we also made mention of some of the good things coming that will help with managing your ‘corporate life’ in Exchange (and delivered via Outlook and OWA). These screenshots give an idea of how they will work. Notice also that Outlook has the ribbon in the main application now.

Here’s the ‘conversation view’ (in OWA):

Outlook Web Access Conversation view

Here’s the ‘mute button’ to take yourself out of a conversation:

Outlook 2010 Mute

Here’s the tips that help people stopping doing really stupid stuff:

Outlook 2010 MailTips

And here’s a few more:

Outlook 2010 MailTips

And here’s the voicemail preview:

Outlook 2010 Voicemail Preview

There’s further discussion on Zack Whittaker’s blog (from his April 18 post).

3 thoughts on “Outlook 2010 screenshots

  1. Name

    why not inventing a possibility to set an individul icon to each FOLDER? It would help to find things quicker? All is based upon icons why not here? Since the first Version nobody invented it…

    This would be a GREAT ENHANCEMENT! As your business customers!!!
    I'm sure they like to set an icon for “OFFERS” or an individul ICON for a PROJECT…
    I often loose myself in the folder structure when i have too much projects in the list!

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  2. Name

    why not inventing a possibility to set an individul icon to each FOLDER? It would help to find things quicker? All is based upon icons why not here? Since the first Version nobody invented it…

    This would be a GREAT ENHANCEMENT! As your business customers!!!
    I'm sure they like to set an icon for “OFFERS” or an individul ICON for a PROJECT…
    I often loose myself in the folder structure when i have too much projects in the list!

    Reply
  3. wizardrummer

    Gee, outlook with voice mail.

    What a fantastic concept… too bad it only took them 2 decades to do what the NeXT computer started doing in 1991.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j02b8Fuz73A

    That ancient OS is still more functionality rich than everything out there today; if it was up to date and was running on today’s machines there would be nothing that could touch it.

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