Talk:Calendar (Microsoft service)

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So I linked to the Windows Phone (pre-bundled) application[edit]

But I don't know if this article exclusively concerns the web app or may also include the Windows and Windows Phone service. Sincerely, --Namlong618 (talk) 10:36, 2 March 2015 (UTC)

Disputed edits by Ians18[edit]

Greetings, folks. Our fellow Wikipedian User:Ians18 has made a number of edits to this article that are disputed. A discussion is currently held in Talk:Outlook.com § Discussion.

To summarize it, he thinks Outlook.com, Calendar (Microsoft service) and People (Microsoft service) are definitely and without doubt are becoming Outlook Mail, Outlook Calendar and Outlook People that are parts of Outlook Web App / Outlook on the web right now. I think they haven't and we should wait and see. Microsoft has a tall history of changing its mind midway.

Fleet Command (talk) 11:25, 23 August 2015 (UTC)