Microsoft is working full time on a new desktop client, One Outlook, which may soon replace both Mail and Calendar in Windows 10 and Windows 11. The client is not published yet, but Microsoft seems to have trouble keeping it secret.
Some users have managed to download copies of the program, which at the moment only seems to work for professional users as well as training accounts, reports Windows Central. As a result, pictures of the program have also been leaked. In many ways, it is reminiscent of the web version of Outlook. Despite the desktop client, One Outlook runs entirely from the web.
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Scott Tiles, vice president of Outlook at Microsoft, tells The Verge that they will “have more to share with us in the coming weeks.”
According to previous information, the new Outlook client will be announced with this autumn’s upcoming updates of Windows 10 and Windows 11, but maybe it can be a little earlier than that.
Microsoft’s new One Outlook email client has leaked. It’s a web-based version that will eventually replace the built-in Mail app on Windows and even win32 Outlook itself. I’m expecting a public beta at Build, and full Outlook replacement in a couple of years. Image: Temmie pic.twitter.com/6c3aqxC7L9
Tom Warren (@tomwarren) May 6, 2022