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Microsoft also released several versions of Outlook for classic Mac OS, though it was only for use with Exchange servers.
It was not provided as a component of Microsoft Office for Mac, but instead made available to users from administrators or by download.
It is the first native version of Outlook for mac OS.
Outlook 2011 initially supported Mac OS X's Sync Services only for contacts, not events, tasks or notes.
On October 31, 2014, Microsoft released Outlook for Mac (v15.3 build 141024) with Office 365 (a software as a service licensing program that makes Office programs available as soon as they are developed).
Outlook for Mac 15.3 improves upon its predecessors with: This was the first Outlook for these platforms with email, calendar, and contacts.
It can be used as a stand-alone application, or can work with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Share Point Server for multiple users in an organization, such as shared mailboxes and calendars, Exchange public folders, Share Point lists, and meeting schedules.No improvements have been made towards a more standards-compliant email client since the release of Outlook 2007.Outlook and Exchange Server internally handle messages, appointments and items as objects in a data model which is derived from the old proprietary Microsoft Mail system, the Rich Text Format from Microsoft Word and the complex OLE general data model.Outlook 2007 was the first Outlook to switch from Internet Explorer rendering engine to Microsoft Word 2007's.This meant that HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) items not handled by Word were no longer supported.