Ditch your browser-based e-mail for power-packed Microsoft Outlook 2016 for Mac (Open License). Cutting-edge features help you stay on top of communications like a professional while crafting stylish, secure e-mails from anywhere. Outlook for Mac offers push mail support to keep your inbox up-to-date plus an improved conversation view that keeps your mail organized by thread. A clear interface with your e-mail, calendars and contacts helps streamline your e-mail experience.
This version of Outlook also features a handy message preview feature that shows you the first sentence of an e-mail for quick replying and organizing. Download Microsoft Outlook 2016 for Mac today from Trusted Tech Team and instantly get access to the application for installation on a single computer. The Microsoft Open License Program (OLP) is recommended for organizations with between two and 250 PCs and offers great benefits such as volume pricing.
Outlook for Mac - managing your email, calendar, contacts and tasks has never been easier. The Outlook for Mac has push mail support so your inbox is always up-to-date. The improved conversation view automatically organizes your inbox around threaded conversations, so you won't have to hunt for related messages. And the message preview shows you the first sentence of an email just below the subject line so you can quickly decide if you want to read it now or come back later.
Compatibility: Mac OS
Localization (Vendor Specific): Microsoft Single Language
Model: 2016 for Mac
Product Line: Microsoft Outlook
Category: Office applications
Installation Type: Locally installed
Subcategory: Office applications - personal information management
Microsoft Family: MS Outlook
Microsoft Version: 2016
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