Windows 10: Difference between Outlook Email and Outlook-Mail

  1.    11 Dec 2016 #1

    Difference between Outlook Email and Outlook-Mail


    In desperation I have created an Outlook.com email address in an attempt to get OneDrive to work.

    I now see that I have Outlook Email accessed through IE that has an option to use my BT email address or Outlook.com and I also have Outlook-Mail accessed through the Start Menu. This only has my Outlook.com email attached. Both programmes have a totally different interface where Outlook Email seems to be a far more comprehensive programme.

    Could someone please explain the difference between the two programmes and why this has happened?
    Last edited by Judesman; 18 Dec 2016 at 04:33.
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