What do you mean when you say seamless compatibility with male clients? Outlook
provides effortless synchronisation on which ever mobile device you use, what
do you choose to use the built-in mail client or Microsoft outlook which is
available directly from the App Store. You can also enable IMAP/SMTP support if
you need it, there is really no reason not to choose Microsoft offerings,
though the web interface does leave much to be desired it is true and I don’t
have a basic web interface like Gmail which I have to say is one of the finest
features that Gmail has to offer over outlook.com in every other respect though
Microsoft outlook.com has everything you could need and want in an email
service and you can tailor how junk mail is filtered.
I receive a lot of email in the two email accounts I have with Microsoft
outlook.com and very few of a legitimate emails I receive a junked. It’s all a
question of training the junk mail filter which he would have to do in any case
with any email service you are planning to use as inevitably some emails will
be junked unintentionally. Outlook.com calendar, contacts and email can all be
synced either with the default email client on iOS/android is not or you can
use the dedicated Microsoft outlook application which is absolutely fantastic
and has been my email application of choice now for some two weeks with very
few issues. I
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Out of curiosity, what issues have you had with gmail? Many issues are easily
resolved with the right guidance. Personally I am not a huge fan of Microsoft
offerings. I used to be with hotmail and personally I am not a huge fan of
their latest web interface, or the fact that I have to use outlook to be fully
productive. Messages seem to be junked more than I would like and I enjoy the
freedom of google calendar/app synchronization, not to mention seamless support
with android/iPhone devices and third party mail clients. You could always buy
your own domain and pay for email hosting if you wanted.
On 16/06/2020 22:21, Ibrahim Gucukoglu wrote:
Outlook.com, formally hotmail, Windows live Hotmail is probably your best bet.
Not only do you get a really slick mobile app experience, it is fully
accessible using the Windows mail or Microsoft outlook apps and of course
should you prefer the built-in email client on your phone. I can’t recommend it
highly enough and it’s the obvious choice if you have a Microsoft office
subscription or plan to get one.
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Hi guys, After issues with googlemail. I am looking for a reliable email
provider. Any Ideas?.
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