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With Microsoft's new Outlook.com, attorneys with multiple social-media accounts may find that Gmail has finally met its match.
Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft has launched a "preview" of its new Outlook.com cloud-based email service, touting built-in connections to social media and more convenient ways to stay productive, the website SlashGear reports.
Some key new features, like built-in Skype capabilities, are not yet up and running. But here are five reasons Outlook.com may soon give Gmail a run for its money: