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Microsoft starts testing paid version Outlook
Microsoft has invited people to participate in a pilot program for Outlook Premium, a paid version of its e-mail service. It enables users to include get a custom domain name.
The first users have been invited by Microsoft via email, and they have received an invite code. This should be on a special website to be entered and accessed Outlook Premium. Who has not received an invitation can request one at that site, although it is unclear to what extent Microsoft provided invite codes. Microsoft insider Paul Thurrott was the first page found ; it is unclear how long this was already online because the company has released itself publicly little about.
For the paid version is requested, an amount of $ 4 per month, converted approximately 3.50 euros. Before the customer gets the opportunity to register a custom domain, and then here five self-selected e-mail addresses below may be hung. For registering domain names, uses the services of GoDaddy. Also, there is provided an ad-free inbox, and enhanced sharing of calendars. Who participates in the pilot does not necessarily pay the first year.
In February it was announced that Microsoft was working on a premium version of Outlook, though the company did not then lose a lot of details. It is still unclear when the trial period is over and paid services to the general public become available.Viewing:-113
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