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Outlook Connector Upgrade 2010

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Outlook Connector Upgrade 2010 – To everyone who uses Microsoft Outlook for their email means or perhaps for the calender, notes or various other offerings, the Outlook connector upgrade is sure to catch your attention. The upgrade has just been launched and it’s now considered live. You can download and install the upgrade as soon as you’d like. The reasoning behind it is the cool features that the developers managed to pack into this light download. It has performance upgrades involved so there are really no reasons to avoid it. There should be no disadvantages to upgrading and it shouldn’t affect your files or data at all. Just in case, you should probably back them up first though as recommended for any upgrade amongst software.

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As soon as you open Microsoft Outlook (both the 2007 and 2003 editions) you should see a pop up that notifies you of the release. You can either select “Upgrade Now” or “Notify Me Later.” To improve your current Windows Live Hotmail account and the performance that you receive, it’s recommended that you proceed with the upgrade. If you click “notify me later” you’re just going to have to click it again sometime soon so it’s best to get it out of the way early right? Microsoft Outlook is powerful software that lets you read and send emails all for your account. It also has powerful calender features, contacts and other great features. If you have the 2003 edition you can even safely transfer your files to the 2007 edition with a backup utility. The upgrade is version 12.1 and there shouldn’t be any issues with the update at all.

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