Il y a quelques jours, Google annonçait la fin du support d’Exchange sur ses comptes gratuits. Microsoft, n’a pas tardé à réagir :
We were very surprised to see Gmail announce last week that they’ll soon end support for Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) […] It means that many people currently using Gmail for free are facing a situation where they might have to degrade their mobile email experience by downgrading to an older protocol that doesn’t sync your calendar or contacts, doesn’t give you direct push of new email messages and doesn’t have all the benefits of Exchange ActiveSync.
So if you want a better email, especially on your phone or tablet, it’s time to join the millions who have already made the choice to upgrade to Outlook.com.
To learn more about how to get started with Outlook.com […] just follow these simple steps:
Sign up for a new Outlook.com account. […]
Tell Gmail to forward your mail to Outlook.com as it arrives. You can also keep a copy in your Gmail inbox if you want to.
Link your Gmail contacts to Outlook.
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Quand je sais à quel point j’apprécie mon compte Outlook.com, et que Microsoft permet de payer pour s’assurer la pérennité de son compte, je me pose vraiment la question…