Office 2011 Service Pack on the Way

The Microsoft is going to release very soon first service pack of Office 2011 suite. Microsoft office blog informed that several improvement has been made on Outlook 2011 in collaboration  with the  OS X’s Sync Services. Now you are able to syncronize contacts, Outlook calenders, tasks and notes with other apps. This update version software is very effective and user friendly for doing these jobs.

Pat Fox, Senior Director of Office Production Management Group said that we had an intention and plan to incorporate support for Sync Servicies in the first release of Microsoft Office 2011. But that was very harder than expected and we were not able to include in first service pack. Meanwhile, this feature gets  top priority by the users of Office 2011.

In proccess of developement of the Office 2011 suite, Microsoft wants to get support of Sync Services, but Apple informed to Microsoft that MobileMe will be no longer with Sync services. This unexpected situation refrain Microsoft Office to include this system. Even though,  Outlook calendars can able to syncronize by the Sync Services, those caledars were not sync with MobileMe since May 5, 2010. If any one want to include wirelessly sync Outlook canledars to their iPhone, it would not be possible. You have to syncronize using the old fashioned way through iTunes.

There are many good options and features are with the Microsoft Office first service pack suite. Among these, remarkable one is that, Outlook Office now supporting exchanged based server side. New resend and redirect bottoms in e-mail program of your mobile phone. You can easily use these for resending and redirecting any message or data according to your need.

Microsoft Office said that the first Office Service Pack is going to release in next week. But the exact date is not yet finalize. This will be available in Microsoft’s download page.

 

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