Microsoft is providing outbound mail services to its outbound customers, as well as providing an option to upgrade their existing outbound services to provide email encryption and secure mail delivery.
The upgrade offers users a way to migrate from legacy email providers that rely on Microsoft Exchange for mail encryption to outbound e-mail providers that use a custom built Microsoft Exchange Server.
Microsoft has previously partnered with Microsoft Exchange to provide outbound SMTP services.
Microsoft is also offering a free version of the Microsoft Exchange service, which allows users to securely send and receive mail in Outlook on their computers.
Microsoft says its new Outlook for Windows Phone 8 email encryption service is designed for both the enterprise and personal users who want to use Outlook for email encryption to protect their private information.
The new Outlook offers a secure and secure Outlook for Exchange Online feature, which encrypts all e-mails sent between Outlook users and Outlook for Android or iOS users, as long as the mail sender and recipient share a common e-address.
Microsoft is offering the Outlook for Outlook services as an option in Outlook for Microsoft Windows Phone, which will be available as part of a new version of Outlook for Office 365.
Microsoft’s Outlook for the Web service is also available as an upgrade for the new Outlook.com email service, Microsoft said in a blog post.
Microsoft plans to roll out Outlook for Internet Explorer 8 for all users in January, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in an earnings call today.
Microsoft has a separate Outlook.net service that offers email encryption in the browser, Microsoft noted in its blog post today.
Microsoft isn’t the only one to offer outbound encryption in Outlook.
Outlook for Outlook also includes a security feature that allows users who sign up for an outbound Mailbox for Outlook service to control the security settings of their email messages.
Microsoft also includes Outlook for Web in Outlook’s Outlook.org email service.
Microsoft added outbound secure email service to its Microsoft Exchange product group in January after the company announced plans to offer encryption and a secure messaging solution for email users.
Microsoft said in its earnings call that its Outlook.
Web service will be the only option for Office365 Exchange subscribers.