Light up your Windows device

Light up your Windows device

Outlook.com is personal, productive, and perfect for Windows.


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Best with Windows Mail app

When you add your Outlook.com account to the Windows 8.1 Mail app, it lights up with unique, powerful organizational features – like Sweep – that you won’t see with Gmail or Yahoo Mail. Newsletters and social updates are automatically organized, and you can set automated replies when you’re on vacation, but only if you’re using Outlook.com in the app.

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Personalize Windows easily

When you sign in to a Windows device with Outlook.com as your Microsoft account, your Mail, Calendar, OneDrive, and People automatically sync, so you can move from one task, app, or service to the next without signing in each time.

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On Windows. On the web.

Outlook.com seamlessly connects all of your information across apps and services, so you can access them on the web—even when you’re away from your PC. In addition to Mail, Calendar, and OneDrive, you can connect to Skype, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Google for a consolidated contact list that stays updated effortlessly.

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Already have a Microsoft account?

If you’ve used Microsoft services in the past—like Xbox Live, Outlook.com, OneDrive or Skype—you already have a Microsoft account: the email address you use to sign in. Whether it’s @hotmail.com, @outlook.com, @gmail.com, @yahoo.com, or another email service, use that address to sign in to your device. If you want a shiny new @Outlook.com account it’s easy to create an alias. Or, create a new Outlook.com account if you’d like to start fresh.

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Mobile

Add Outlook.com to your phone to see your email wherever you are.

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Compare

Find out how Outlook.com stacks up against Gmail and Yahoo Mail.

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How-to

Get tips for using all the best features in Outlook.com.

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Outlook and Outlook.com

Use Outlook to send and receive Outlook.com email.

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