Though there is loads of competition, Microsoft Outlook is still one of the finest email providers present on the market.
Outlook is a standard application which falls into the Microsoft Office suite, though it can be used even by those who haven’t paid for the entire kit of home software tools.
Like many of the other well-developed email providers, Outlook continues to update its features and provide more helpful aspects to its large base of users. One of the most notable is sending delayed messages, which get sent at a specified time or times.
Nevertheless, what makes Outlook so spectacular is its built-in calendar and scheduling system. With the system, users can easily schedule meeting for themselves, and invite others through email to join. Once the invite is accepted, users on both ends see the event on their calendar, with a reminder that can be days, or hours before.
Furthermore, Outlook now has the potential to create reminders for bank and credit card payments. The notifications alarm users far ahead of the deadline, in order to give them plenty of time to schedule a payment.
Though it may lack some of the more technical features that other email providers offer, Outlook is still an impressive tool that can make communicating and scheduling easier than ever before.