Outlook is one of the effective applications that are associated in the MS Office suite and Outlook is used to send emails in an easy manner. In Outlook there are two sub applications called as PST and other is OST. PST stands for Personal Storage Table where as OST stands for Offline Storage Table. PST enables you to read the emails only when you are online where as OST enables you to read the emails even if you are offline.
Recently Microsoft is working on a new set of features for Outlook.com and Outlook on the web makes easy to pick recipients and send an emails to the right person. In early 2016, Outlook will upgrade its accounts with a smart contact manager that will display suggested email addresses and emails in the To: and CC: fields.
Based on your usage a drop-down list will be generated and people who are communicating with recently and most frequently will be added to it. A spell checker will also be included as a new feature that will recommend the right contacts based on the common variations in the spelling of names.
How it’s going to work:
Names of the people you email most frequently will be displayed by Outlook and will correct the spelling mistakes you do with the names of those who you want to send the email. For example if you write “Catherine” instead of “Kathryn”, then also the Outlook will suggest “Kathryn” only.
If you have frequently sent emails to same set of people for example Steve, Anna and Bob, and if in you new email if you include only Steve and Anna, then it will ask you ‘Do you also want to include Bob?’. If prompt will only show when Outlook is highly confident you want to add Bob and will not get in your way.
Also Outlook will add flight information in your calendar and you will receive confirmation from a supported airline ticket provider, it was included by keeping a view of adding to contacts improvements. In the message Outlook will automatically search for key information and will use it to add a new entry in your calendar, without any user interaction.