Microsoft now says that messages spotted by some Outlook.com users claiming the upgrade to the new version of the free web email service would be completed by the first half of 2017 was "incorrect".
Previously, Microsoft stated the upgrade to the new Outlook.com would be completed by the end of this summer. A few days ago, some Outlook.com users saw the following message pop up when they tried to share calendars:
Now, ZDNet has received a statement from a Microsoft spokesperson on those Outlook.com messages:
Microsoft has still not offered a specific time frame for how long it will take to complete the Outlook.com upgrade.
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