In June 2010, Microsoft has officially upgraded Hotmail services by adding some new features similar the features of Gmail.

The most prominent features such as the interactive menu bar, Office Web Apps service integration, attachment storage up to 10 GB, ability to create and send photo album in your inbox … will be activated and allows users to use.

Here are some newawesome features of Hotmail:

– Move spam mail out of your inbox

The Hotmail inbox will be added Microsoft SmartScreen technology used in other Microsoft products such as Outlook, Internet Explorer … to filter spam email thoroughly.

– Clean up mailbox by One-click.

Once completing email actions as deleting email or moving emails into folders, new scanning tool will remind you whether you want to automatically apply that action to all similar to email in the future or not.

  • Send photos without worrying about the size limit

This is the ability to send larger attachments. Hotmail limit storage attachments to 10MB, but the new Hotmail will extend this capability by enabling users to send data up to 10GB in a single message, by uploading documents or pictures to SkyDrive, a free web service that allows online storage to 25GB of Microsoft.

– Smart Filters

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Hotmail Quick Views will arrange and create email group by content or sender into one list in your inbox.

– View all email conversations

With new chat interface, you can automatically group all the email sent and received about a specific topic together in one interface.

  • Open, view and edit documents right in inbox.

Now you can view and edit files in Word, Excel and PowerPoint without having to leave Hotmail. If you need to edit an attachment, Hotmail lets you do it right in your inbox without having to worry about download file or install software. You can even run the PowerPoint includes all animations and forwards.

– Share documents online and work together with others

Just like the way to share large photo albums, Hotmail lets you send large documents with other files via a link- up to 200 files, each file up to 50 MB- by storing online to avoid obstructing anyone inbox. And when sending from your Hotmail account, recipients can also use the free Web Apps of Microsoft Office for to view and edit your documents- regardless of any email services they used or any version of Microsoft Office they installed.