Microsoft is working on one version of Outlook which will replace the existing Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps, as well as the old Win 32 Outlook client with one Outlook client for Windows and Mac. The New mail / calendar client, codenamed “Project Monarch”, According to Windows Central, it is part of the company’s “One Outlook” plan, and it will be derived from the current Outlook Web App.
“One Outlook (or” Monarch “) is the new version of Outlook designed for big screen experiences. This includes the Windows desktop (Win32 and UWP; Intel and ARM), Outlook Web Access (OWA), and macOS Desktop,” description in the One Outlook Dashboard . (thanks, Embed a Tweet.)
Back in the days of Windows 8, Microsoft officials insisted that the built-in Mail and Calendar apps, which are less functional than Outlook, represent the future of mail at Microsoft. (At some point, it was there Rumors Microsoft was considering renaming the Mail and Calendar app package as “Outlook,” Which would make the confusing situation with so many different products called “Outlook” worse.)
Since Microsoft moved away from Windows 8 and its original Universal Windows Platform (UWP) strategy, the company first started adding new features to Outlook for the web. However, it has so far continued to keep the current Mail and Calendar apps for a reason, rather than making all of its Mail apps based on Outlook.
Microsoft currently has different versions of Outlook for Windows, Mac, web, and iOS and Android devices (Based on Acompli Technology obtained), Which all of their officials tend to refer to as an outdated “outlook.”
Windows Central indicates that users may see a preview of the new “One Outlook” client by the end of 2021, but it will not replace the Mail and Calendar applications included in Windows 10 until sometime in 2022. The WC also says Microsoft’s intention is to replace the old Win32 Outlook client further. Much “.
You have asked Microsoft to comment on the One Outlook / Monarch reports. No word yet.
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