- Apr 15, 2020
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So, Outlook is Microsoft Exchange, it's like IMAP but it also syncs contacts and calendar. They don't need backup, like I said, it's all in the server as well.Yes all are IMAP and one of them is outlook. I'm using Thunderbird but Outlook would do the job for me as well but I can backup everything of Thunderbird but looks like it's not possible in Outlook app.
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You didn't understand my point. I can carry my Thunderbird profile around and can use it even on another PC if I want without logging into my emails again. Can't do that in Outlook. I also don't need calendar syncing.So, Outlook is Microsoft Exchange, it's like IMAP but it also syncs contacts and calendar. They don't need backup, like I said, it's all in the server as well.
Thunderbird doesn't sync contacts or calendar, it's useless and outdated... who backups emails locally in 2020?
What about contacts? How do you send emails without contacts? Only buy replying...You didn't understand my point. I can carry my Thunderbird profile around and can use it even on another PC if I want without logging into my emails again. Can't do that in Outlook. I also don't need calendar syncing.
Ok, didn't know about this. I'm gonna try it.
I wish it didn't have this limitation.Learn to add email accounts such as Gmail and Yahoo! Mail to your Outlook.com app so you can view all of your mail from one location.support.office.com
Syncing from your connected account to your Outlook.com account is one-way only. Email sent from your connected account using Outlook.com will not appear in your connected account Sent Items.
If you delete, move, or read an email from a connected account in Outlook.com, you won't see those changes when you go to your connected account.
For example, email sent from your Gmail account using Outlook.com will not appear in your Gmail Sent Items, and Gmail messages deleted in Outlook.com will not be removed from your Gmail Inbox.
Yep, me too. But you can use the gmail address when sending an email, does it matter if it's not saving on the gmail website? it will save on Outlook, which is what you're going to be using anyway.I wish it didn't have this limitation.
No it does not appear to be updated.i cant find yahoo mail in windows 11 store,not disponibile ?