Microsoft Corp has launched Skype for its Webmail service Outlook to allow users to engage in video, voice and text chat straight from their inboxes.
Microsoft introduced the feature that help integrate Skype into Outlook nearly one year ago, and today this Skype version has officially been introduced for users worldwide. To enable the feature, users just need to download and install the plug-in, link your Skype account to Outlook and start a video call or send a message without leaving the Outlook inbox.
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Additionally, an updated version of the browser plug-in now supports the Internet browser Safari in Mac OS X. The updated version lets users make high-definition video calls, provided that they have compatible HD displays, Web cam, messaging clients, and high-quality broadband Internet connection.
Skype for Outlook.com supports both video calls and instant messaging, is expected to bring great convenience to Outlook users because they do not have to leave your inbox page to chat Skype with friends as before.
Besides the launch of users, this version is also fix some bugs still existing in the previous Preview. That’s the fault off calling bell that continues to ring even if you have answered the call. This error occurs when you use both Skype application the desktop and plugin Outlook.com at the same time.
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