Microsoft Edge gets extension for quick access to Outlook mail

You can have full access to your Outlook account without leaving the tab on Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft Edge Outlook extension
Microsoft Edge Outlook extension
  • Microsoft Outlook extension is now available for Edge.
  • The extension lets you access all your mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks.
  • The extension brings a mobile-like experience to the browser.

You can now try the Microsoft Outlook extension for Edge. The extension is available in preview (via @_h0x0d_), and it allows you to get quick access to your mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks without having to leave your current tab.

Once you install the Outlook extension for Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, macOS, or Linux, you will notice a new button next to the address bar. When you click the button, you will get a mobile-like experience to access all of your mail, calendar, and other content. 

By default, you will see your inbox content, but you can click the menu button from the top-left to jump to another content, or you can click the buttons at the bottom to access your calendar, contacts, and tasks.

According to the extension page, you can access your work or personal accounts. You can read, send, and manage emails and get new email notifications. Create events, view upcoming ones, and join online meetings. Create, track, and manage tasks. And manage contacts.

You can download the Microsoft Outlook extension from the Edge Add-ons page.

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