What is Microsoft Mail and Calendar?
Windows 10 has Mail and Calendar apps already built in.
With the Mail application you can now easily see all message from your favorite people, more clearly organize social updates and newsletters, and use the popular “Sweep” feature to clean up your inbox.
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- Upvoted a comment on Microsoft Mail and CalendarIt turns out that Windows 10 Calendar is very limited in the events it can show. It [won't display events older than 3 months](https://support.office.com/en-us/article/where-are-my-email-messages-or-calendar-events-in-mail-and-calendar-for-windows-10-9b6f053c-5a4d-4a2b-bae4-57cdaddd5cb7?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US#AppType=Calendar), and if you have a Google Calendar or iCloud account it [won't show events more than 6 months into the future](https://support.office.com/en-us/article/where-are-my-email-messages-or-calendar-events-in-mail-and-calendar-for-windows-10-9b6f053c-5a4d-4a2b-bae4-57cdaddd5cb7?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US#AppType=Calendar). The workaround is to use the website versions of your calendar instead... but if I wanted that, I wouldn't be using the Calendar app or a Windows computer. Unfortunately I still haven't found a calendar app for Windows that is as good as Apple's iCal / Calendar program.
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- reviewed Microsoft Mail and CalendarCalendar is okay; syncs properly with my Google account. Mail, though it looks pretty and manages a unified Inbox, requires one to navigate through the folder list of -all- accounts to located the appropriate Trash folder (or Deleted items) in order to find and permanently delete eMails you've deleted from the Inbox. In other words: Mail is really for only one account and M$ has kludged their way to the present app as we see it. (Remember they want you to buy Outlook...but if that's what they really wanted, why not provide a true Google sync as they've promised--and failed to deliver--for over ten years?)