Microsoft Outlook is an e-mail client and personal information manager (PIM) that's available as part of Microsoft's Office suite. Many corporations utilize Microsoft Outlook in conjunction with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server for employees to coordinate meetings, calendars and shared mailboxes and folders.
A version of Microsoft Outlook for Windows Mobile devices, Outlook Mobile, enables users to synchronize their Outlook data to their smartphones. Additionally, numerous Outlook add-ons are available for integrating Microsoft Outlook with BlackBerry and other mobile smartphone devices.
See also Exchange email.
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