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Outlook Mail and Calendar users can now personalize their app even more, with the latest update. Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 10 Insiders for Outlook Mail and Calendar app. The new update bumps up the version to 17.9126.21026.0. The update contains a new option in settings that would let users set the […]

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Outlook Mail and Calendar users can now personalize their app even more, with the latest update. Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 10 Insiders for Outlook Mail and Calendar app.

The new update bumps up the version to 17.9126.21026.0. The update contains a new option in settings that would let users set the spacing that is rendered between Folders and Messages.

Via WindowsLatest

Currently, users will be able to choose between three options for spacing, Spacious, Medium and Compact. The single setting applies to both folders as well as the messages, although having separate options for each would have been better.

The update is rolling out to Windows 10 Insiders, so if you are one, be sure to check it out.

Get the app from below:

Mail and Calendar (Free, Windows Store) →

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Fix Mail, Calendar and People Apps in Windows 10 Build 10041 https://www.onetechstop.net/2015/03/19/fix-mail-calendar-and-people-apps-in-windows-10-build-10041/ https://www.onetechstop.net/2015/03/19/fix-mail-calendar-and-people-apps-in-windows-10-build-10041/#respond Thu, 19 Mar 2015 13:11:57 +0000 http://www.onetechstop.net/?p=16594

As you may know, Microsoft has released a new Build Version of its Windows 10 operating system for Desktops. Build 10041 brings a lot of new cool features like the transparent Start Menu, it is possible to pin settings to the Start Menu, new symbols have been added once again including the awkward recycle bin […]

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As you may know, Microsoft has released a new Build Version of its Windows 10 operating system for Desktops. Build 10041 brings a lot of new cool features like the transparent Start Menu, it is possible to pin settings to the Start Menu, new symbols have been added once again including the awkward recycle bin icon and a lot of work under the hood of Windows 10 has been done. This means a long list of bug fixes has been taken care of, but there is also a pretty long list of known issues which are coming with this newly release Build Version.

One of these problems is about the Mail Calendar and People Apps for Windows 10. Once you go to ‘All Apps’ in the Start Menu, you will not find them or at least you can not open them. Well then head to the store an reinstall them, simple as that. Unfortunately this will not work either, however Microsoft has released, with the list of known issues, also a workaround for this problem. Follow the four simple steps below and you will be able to use these three apps again.

  1. Click on Start and search for ‘Windows PowerShell’, once found right click and open as administrator.
  2. Copy and paste the following command: Get-appxprovisionedpackage –online | where-object {$_.packagename –like “*windowscommunicationsapps*”} | remove-appxprovisionedpackage –online

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  3. Hit ‘Enter’ to start.
  4. Last but not least, re-install Mail, Calendar and People Apps from the ‘old’ Windows Store App.

This is just one Known Issue of the yesterday released Build, to get the full list, follow this link. If you discover any new bugs, drop me a comment below so that I can try to help you out and that other users are aware of the problem.

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Awesome Calendar Shortcuts In WP 8.1 https://www.onetechstop.net/2014/04/14/awesome-calandar-shortcuts-in-wp-8-1/ https://www.onetechstop.net/2014/04/14/awesome-calandar-shortcuts-in-wp-8-1/#respond Mon, 14 Apr 2014 22:54:05 +0000 http://www.nokiainnovation.com/?p=13032

With the Developers Preview of Windows Phone 8.1 going live today we are all starting to find more and more cool features which perhaps we weren’t fully aware of, and here is one such example: Shortcuts from emails and messages which can easily be saved to your calendar. Suppose someone emails you the following: It […]

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With the Developers Preview of Windows Phone 8.1 going live today we are all starting to find more and more cool features which perhaps we weren’t fully aware of, and here is one such example: Shortcuts from emails and messages which can easily be saved to your calendar.

Suppose someone emails you the following:

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It will arrive on your Windows Phone 8.1 device like this:

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The date, written in pretty much any format (10/4, Oct 4 etc) is recognized as a date and you are then able to click it. From there Cortana (if available I your area) offers to save it to your calendar. It will also tell you if you are already busy at that time.

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This is a really nice feature which we thought deserved a bit more attention than it has so far got. It is not only present in email messages but also SMS.

Have you found a new feature in the WP 8.1 Developers Preview which you didn’t know about before? If so let us know in the comments section.

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Google To Support ActiveSync Throughout 2013 https://www.onetechstop.net/2013/08/03/google-to-support-activesync-throughout-2013/ https://www.onetechstop.net/2013/08/03/google-to-support-activesync-throughout-2013/#respond Sat, 03 Aug 2013 10:36:11 +0000 http://www.nokiainnovation.com/?p=9868

Concerns that Windows Phone users (among others) would no longer be able to set up Gmail Contact and Calendar syncing on their devices past July 31st 2013 have been allayed with news that Google will extend their support of Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync protocols until 31st December 2013. When Google first announced their plans to drop […]

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Concerns that Windows Phone users (among others) would no longer be able to set up Gmail Contact and Calendar syncing on their devices past July 31st 2013 have been allayed with news that Google will extend their support of Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync protocols until 31st December 2013.
When Google first announced their plans to drop support for ActiveSync on January 31st 2013 it appeared to be an attempt to undermine and kill off the platform, but negotiations between Google and Microsoft brought news that Windows Phone support would be continued until July 31st, which gave MicroSoft time to include CalDav and CarDav syncing options in their mobile platform, and they have done in GDR2 which is appearing on new devices such as Nokia’s Lumia 925 and 1020.
But with July 31st deadline now gone and barely any current Windows Phone 8 devices having received the update, which on Lumia devices is called Amber, someone somewhere must have sweet talked Google reps into extending the support.

One reason Google decided to drop support of Exchange ActiveSync is that every time a Gmail account is set up to run on Microsoft’s proprietary protocol, Google are charged an activation fee (afaik). I do wonder if part of the new extended support date involved Microsoft waiving that fee, or even offering Google some financial incentive.

So good news if you are setting up a Windows Phone 8 device from scratch, even if it is yet to get the latest software update you should still be able to sync your GMail contacts and calendar. As far as I know Google has not shown the same grace to other platforms such as BlackBerry.

Please let us know if you have any opinions on this story in the comments below, or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

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