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    We enabled the side-by-side view in Outlook for Mac. The detailed views in the module is not supported at this point.

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    So much talk about transforming ICT from a cost centre to a business enabler and ICT companies cant get their act together to provide a simple CRM tool like this across platforms.
    This is a very short-sighted approach by Microsoft. I get it takes additional funds. I'm a Senior manager in a Shared Services government department, I know how budget is difficult, but this is like shooting your own foot.
    We have hundreds of graphic designers and arts people connected to our network who refuse to use Windows PCs and increasingly refuse to use Office. The level of software integration and collaboration we have in-house is impossible to reach with external partners precisely because of this short-sighted kind of approach.
    Microsoft can do better, they know how to do it, <Microsoft Teams> which is also part of Office 365 works as a charm on Mac. It's a matter of vision in my humble opinion.

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