One Outlook is in the starting blocks. The new email client that Microsoft has been working on since the beginning of 2020 would be almost finalized and could be launched very soon.
Several users with a Microsoft Professional or Education account have indeed been able to download a preview of a pre-version of the messaging application which will eventually replace the current versions of Outlook for Windows and macOS, Outlook Web, as well as the native Mail and Calendar apps built into Windows.
Microsoft’s new One Outlook email client has leaked. This is a web-based version that will eventually replace the built-in mail application on Windows and even Win32 Outlook itself. I expect a public beta to Build and a full Outlook replacement in a few years. Image: Temmie pic.twitter.com/6c3aqxC7L9
—Tom Warren (@tomwarren) May 6, 2022
One Outlook, which is based on a web app, unsurprisingly incorporates many interface elements from the current Outlook WebApp. The application, whose launch was hoped for spring 2022, could be unveiled by Microsoft during its annual Microsoft Build conference which will take place from May 24 to 26.
Source : The edge