Send Text Messages With Microsoft Outlook 2016!
Send text messages directly from Microsoft Outlook 2016! Red Oxygen offers an Outlook add-in, Office SMS, providing Outlook 2016 users the same text messaging functionality that they’D come to rely on with Microsoft’s now-discontinued Outlook Mobile Service. (Note: There is no Outlook Mobile Service 2016. Office SMS is the nearest substitute.) Your outgoing messages are sent like emails, but delivered as text messages to contacts’ mobile devices. When recipients text you back, their messages are delivered as emails to your Outlook Inbox. Begin free 15 day trial!
- Seamless Microsoft Outlook Integration: Just click “New SMS Message” on your Outlook toolbar to send a text message. Your texts messages are archived like emails in the Inbox and Sent Items folders.
- Calendar Event Reminders: Office SMS scans your Outlook calendar to send automatic text message event notifications to mobile devices.
- Connectivity to your Address Book: Select contacts from your Outlook contacts tab. You can opt to have message copies sent to recipients’ email addresses.
- Scheduled Text Message Delivery: You can schedule text messages to be delivered at a specified future date and time. These scheduled messages are stored on Red Oxygen’s server, so they’ll still be delivered even if your computer is off.
- Text Message Signatures: Customize a signature for your text messages, so recipients know who it’s from.
Getting Started – 3 Steps
1. Create Trial Account – Free 15 day, no-commitment trial account. 25 text message credits included.
2. Download Software – Start sending messages! Switch products at any time. Your text message credits are good with all of them.
3. Upgrade to a Paid Account – Any time during your trial, you can select a pricing plan for your country and sign up for a paid account. Our Support team is happy to assist you in choosing the plan that best suits your unique needs.
User Instructions – Tutorials on installation, sending text messages using Microsoft Outlook 2016, changing settings, etc.