Microsoft confirms Outlook 2010 for Mac

Microsoft today announced the company would launch Outlook 2010 for Mac.

The announcement was made by Eric Wilfrid, GM of Microsoft’s Mac Business Unit, and said today, “We’re building on the most modern OS X framework to make Outlook beautiful, to make it high performance, and to make it well integrated with the operating system.”

Microsoft is building Outlook 2010 to work cross-platform with the Windows version, allowing users to share information and sync across both platforms.

Microsoft is also expected to release an update to Entourage, the substitute Outlook information management system for Mac.

Outlook 2010 for Mac will be packaged with Office 2010 for Mac, and is expected to arrive late 2010.

On July 21, 2009, Microsoft released a service pack update for Office Mac.

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