17 July 2015
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Q. What is Microsoft Outlook?

A. Microsoft Outlook is a software application that runs on your computer and manages email, calendar, task manager and contacts. It forms part of the Microsoft Office suite of applications. It is really useful if you are trying to manage multiple accounts, for example a practice email account, a personal email account and Healthmail secure clinical email account. You could use Microsoft Outlook, installed on your own or the practice manager's computer, to monitor and organise all your email accounts.

The best way to get Outlook is via a Microsoft Office 365 subscription. That way you stay current with version updates. Talk to your software support company about installing Outlook.

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