MySpace and Facebook Integration Coming to Microsoft Outlook

Tue, Feb 23, 2010

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Last week, Microsoft announced that its Outlook Social Connector, a feature that adds social feeds to your inbox, would be receiving Facebook and MySpace integration in the future.

While there’s no word as to how deep these partnerships will go, Mashable is reporting that users will be able to keep track of their MySpace and Facebook friends through status updates and photos, and will be able to update their own statuses through the hub.

The eventual addition of these two social networking juggernauts completes the trio of connections that have been announced thus far for Outlook Social Connector, as LinkedIn connectivity launched last week, and allows users to keep track of their business connections, messages and website alerts through the Outlook client.

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