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Today, Microsoft announced the release of Outlook.com, a new email service which is a preview of modern email from Microsoft designed to work seamlessly on the web and with Windows 8, Windows Phone and the new Office. The new Outlook is now available by logging on to http://www.outlook.com with your existing Microsoft (aka “Live ID”) account. You can even get a new @outlook.com mail address by either renaming your current account or create an @outlook.com alias on your account.
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Outlook.com is Microsoft’s new personal email service, and over time it will replace Hotmail. It complements Outlook Web App for Exchange, works seamlessly with the Outlook desktop application, and was designed for Outlook.com and the Outlook app to be used interchangeably. To learn more about the new Outlook.com and its features, visit http://www.outlookpreview.com and stay up-to-date on the latest Outlook.com developments by following the Outlook blog, become a fan on Facebook or follow Outlook on Twitter.
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