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Windows 7: now supports groups

3 Weeks Ago   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro now supports groups

You can use groups on to create a shared distribution list and access a group inbox with archived emails, shared files, and a group calendar. Groups allows you to connect, coordinate, and contribute to a shared purpose, all in one place. service users can create and manage a group, while anyone with an email address can participate, including users with a Gmail or Yahoo email address. To create a group, sign in to your account and in the left-hand panel under “Groups”, select “New Group”.

We are rolling this out worldwide on and expect all users to have access by the end of August 2019 with expanded support to create a group in mobile in Fall of 2019.

To learn more, visit our support page.

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