Microsoft Outlook is ubiquitous. If you work in a law office and read e-mail, there’s a high probability you’re doing that through some version of Outlook.

The most recent version of Outlook is timely named 2007, and it’s part of the exceptional Microsoft Office 2007 Suite. Unlike the compelling interface changes to Word and PowerPoint with the “Ribbon,” Outlook 2007 still wears the well-tanned skin of previous versions of Outlook. On the other hand, Outlook 2007 delivers some major under-the-hood modifications that make it a compelling upgrade.

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