Microsoft Makes the Skype Integration with Outlook.com Official

With Outlook.com being down last week for several hours last week, and now, today, Microsoft announced that Skype has finally released for Outlook.com. Microsoft apologized over the weekend for the outage last week explaining the outage away as a caching issue, but as IT folks know, pushing out new software can create a domino effect causing unexpected issues. Sort of makes one wonder if the two event are related and in any case, this makes the US just another stop on the way to world domination with the UK, Germany, Brazil, France, and Canada already enjoying access to the Skype feature in Outlook.com. Read the full details here.



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