Outlook 2000 vs 2010

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    That's 10 years of progress right there. Head to fixoutlook.org/ for all the details.

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    1. jeremymandle 59 months ago | reply


      a) 20,000+ employees don't get the luxury of using another client.
      So much of the electronic communication on our company intranet is bland text-based content. We like to distribute eye-catching content every so often. Microsoft should want to make that easy. Right?

      b) It's not about you. It's mostly about the designers and developers having to cobble together hack included versions of already standards compliant collateral. Outlook 2007/2010 = IE5.

    2. cajebo 59 months ago | reply

      To misquote a recent inTel spot: "they're (MS) a different kind of nerd"
      They apparently want us all to eat cake.

    3. Igo Tan 59 months ago | reply

      Microsoft just replied with "The Power of Word in Outlook" blogs.msdn.com/outlook/archive/2009/06/24/the-power-of-wo...

    4. William Aleman 59 months ago | reply

      They need to use Firefox rendering engine for Outlook 2010. Looks like that instead of advancing we are going back.

    5. automaton_be 59 months ago | reply

      fuck it, I'm going back to plaintext e-mail newsletters.

    6. Simon Cox 59 months ago | reply

      One giant leap for mankind. Oh wait.

    7. andi*pandi 59 months ago | reply

      That ms blog post is really astonishing. Basically FU.

    8. noquarter 59 months ago | reply

      Way-to-go Ballmer!

    9. mrDarcyMurphy 59 months ago | reply

      Am I the only one who looks at that design and says "sure, I'd have to use tables, but I could still make it work."

    10. daverau 59 months ago | reply

      Wackness. Glad to be a OS X Mail user.

    11. georgia nesmith 59 months ago | reply

      please tell me this only affects outlook and not MS entourage (client for the Mac).

    12. andi*pandi 59 months ago | reply

      point being though, that if you are developing an email, you want it to render properly on all email clients... and you don't want to have to write 5 different types of code to do it.

    13. zbrando [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

      Great job Microsoft :(

    14. Ara Pehlivanian 58 months ago | reply

      Everyone is speculating on Web 3.0 while Microsoft seems to be pining for Web 0.1. Sad.

    15. paydaynow 57 months ago | reply

      its working now at Mariloo.com, thanks you guy.

    16. NOW - Digital Agency 49 months ago | reply

      Scary, and disappointing!

    17. sarah_williams_photography 49 months ago | reply

      i was looking forward to outlook 2010 (coz I hate 2007)
      but now it seems its gonna be just as bad!

      anyone have a better email client to use?

      my MAIN issue is speed/performance.

    18. Johan J.Ingles-Le Nobel 24 months ago | reply

      Is there such a thing as an outlook 2010 htm email renderer around where you can put in your proposed design and see what it looks like?


    19. daniel7rei 20 months ago | reply

      Evolution and Zimbra employ proven, standards-compliant tools and present the results in a coherent, friendly interface. they have done so for years and are free. msoffice is for idiots.

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