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New Information Regarding Microsoft MOOL
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/13/2004 08:19:00 PM.

Earlier I posted a News Item regardng MOOL, looks like we are going to see the first public release very soon.

You may ask; Microsoft MOOL!!! What is that ? MOOL is Microsoft Office Outlook Live. A new add-on for Outlook 2003 or XP.

According to a flash presentation, Microsoft would start giving a service out called, Microsoft Outlook Service. The Outlook Service allows you to manage your MSN Hotmail account, MSN account or your MSN Personal account all under one program, Microsoft Outlook 2003 or XP. This will enable notes, calendar dates, contacts and tasks to be transferred to your Microsoft Outlook program.

The presentation talks about how easy it easy to login to MSN Hotmail through Outlook 2003/XP, explaining that you have to input your Microsoft .NET passport details.

Another important feature that is included in the Outlook Live Subscription,is the protection against viruses and junkmail.

In other words, the Microsoft Outlook Live Subscription, is there so that a user can check his/her mail in Outlook 2003/XP virtually anywhere in the world.

There is another Interesting Twist to the story ....

The Mozilla Foundation recently made available Thunderbird 1.0, its open-source e-mail client. Thunderbird is for folks who want a richer experience than Web mail, but also want the ability to use Exchange as their back-end mail server. Looks like Microsoft officials have outlined plans for a similar product, that would combine an enhanced Hotmail front-end with an Exchange backend. It appears we will see a Thunderbird vs. MOOL (Microsoft Office Outlook Live) face-off, in the not-too-distant future.

Sources Close to Microsoft Say MOOL beta could be available TODAY

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