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Outlook. com is a webmail service from Microsoft, introduced in July 2012 and officially launched in February 2013, as the replacement to Hotmail. Outlook. com features Microsoft’s Metro design language, and closely mimics the interface of the Outlook desktop software. During the preview, new @outlook. com email addresses were made available to all users, and existing Hotmail users were able to opt into the Outlook. com interface. On February 18, 2013, Microsoft announced that Outlook.

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