Microsoft is to launch its Outlook 98 messaging and collaboration client in late March, the company revealed last week. The new version adds support for a number of new Internet standards, such as IMAP4, LDAP and S/MIME, as well as the iCal and vCal standards for shared calendaring, and vCard electronic business card support. With Outlook 98, the company claims it will increase ease of use and provide a more consistent interface than the previous version of the software, Outlook 97.
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