Official Outlook Homepage
The Microsoft Outlook desktop information manager is designed to help users with fundamental computing activities, such as organizing information on the desktop, working seamlessly with Microsoft Office applications, and communicating and sharing information with others. Outlook manages e-mail, calendars, contacts, tasks and to-do lists, and documents or files on the hard drive. Outlook helps users communicate through e-mail, phone support and group scheduling capabilities. Outlook also helps users share information by means of public folders, forms and Internet connectivity. Outlook is scheduled to ship in Office 97 and also as a standalone application. It is intended to replace Schedule+ in the Office box.