Microsoft Outlook.com team today announced no.of new features that will help you in managing the email. The new features include advanced rules that will allow you to automate your email without your intervention. For example, you can now add a rule that will flag all the emails from contacts you have if the unread state is there for more than 3 days. With Advanced Rules, you now have more control over how your emails are sorted, filed or bumped to the top of your inbox. You can create multi-condition and multi-action rules and set your inbox to organize itself automatically. Advanced Rules allow you to combine your existing rules together and customize them to suit you. We’ve included a number of optional conditions that are unique to Outlook.com, including time constraints, email tallying, checking read/unread state of emails, and checking if the sender is a contact you know. Another cool feature is ...

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It is a common misconception that Gmail is the biggest email service, but the truth is that Hotmail is largest internationally with 364 million users worldwide, and that it is second only to Yahoo Mail in USA, where it is pretty dominant. Microsoft is apparently not resting until its dominant worldwide, and is targeting frenemy Yahoo Mail in an effort to convert users. The site, which touts better security, fewer ads and less limitations on attachments, also a handy guide for switching from one to another. See Microsoft’s Move to Hotmail page here. ...

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