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Posted by Michael BowmanProgram Manager, Office Engineering
Microsoft recognizes that enabling interoperability between products from different vendors is important, particularly with respect to email and calendaring functionality, as it helps our customers stay connected and organized across their favorite services and devices.
Exchange Server 2013 and Microsoft Outlook 2013 support the following core and most commonly adopted email and calendaring standards:
Extensive documentation of this support is publicly available at no charge on MSDN. Microsoft will continue to support these standards in the next versions of Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook.
To ensure that Microsoft continues to invest in the standards that are most valued by our customers, your feedback is essential. You can tell us what email and calendaring standards you’d like to see in the next versions of Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook by clicking here or sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Note: please do not include confidential information in your feedback.)
Check back on the blog in 90 days, when we’ll post a general response in this forum. Thank you in advance for your valuable input.