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Last Edited by Marlin1975 January 21, 2021 at 01:28 PM
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Purchased. Was looking for a cheap office deal.
This came handy. Thanks OP.
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I like H&R Block's software because it includes one free tax consultation phone call. It became important a few years ago when I had a tricky question about a deduction that made a difference of over $20,000. But do be aware that although tax prep for one state is included, H&R Block will charge you extra to e-file it. My state taxes usually span enough pages I just pay to e-file to avoid having to print out a ream of pages and use a ton of stamps to mail it in. But for most people you'll probably end up printing out the state taxes and mailing them. That may tip things in favor of Turbo Tax or Credit Karma for you.

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$80 is the F&F rate for Office 2019, so that's about as cheap as it gets w/o employee/enterprise discount.
This is an important point. If you're looking to get Office for your kids to use in school (or you are a student), most schools have an arrangement with Microsoft for free or discounted copies of Office for students. Check with your school. Elementary through college.

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While many business customers still use Outlook, the idea of downloading all of ones email to a client application is really antiquated. Outlook was conceived in the day when people had a single computer and a few MB of email at most. I believe it's only a matter of time before that approach to email is a thing of the past. I hope so at least as a IT support person. Outlook is the ugly step-child of our software arsenal at my place of work! We have a lot of older folks though that can't seem to give it up. Frown
On the contrary. The reason Outlook has such a staunch foothold in businesses and beat out standalone email apps like Thunderbird and Eudora, was because it had server-based tools which businesses could use to manage email access for their employees. e.g. A department could have a shared email box. If an employee was fired, it was easy to use Outlook Server to revoke their access to those emails. And the employee's replacement could be added, instantly giving them access to that history of emails.

It's only fallen out of favor now because using those features required the company to have an IT division maintaining an Outlook server. Several companies (including Google) now offer the same email management capability, except their IT manages the servers. Your company only needs to manage the software side of it via a web interface. Whether your company goes for that depends mostly on how paranoid they are about keeping their company emails internal (vs. Google having access to them).
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Thanks, needed an Office license for new PC build. It's normally around $120 from Microsoft store, so getting it for $80 is a good deal.
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I like H&R Block's software because it includes one free tax consultation phone call. It became important a few years ago when I had a tricky question about a deduction that made a difference of over $20,000. But do be aware that although tax prep for one state is included, H&R Block will charge you extra to e-file it. My state taxes usually span enough pages I just pay to e-file to avoid having to print out a ream of pages and use a ton of stamps to mail it in. But for most people you'll probably end up printing out the state taxes and mailing them. That may tip things in favor of Turbo Tax or Credit Karma for you.


This is an important point. If you're looking to get Office for your kids to use in school (or you are a student), most schools have an arrangement with Microsoft for free or discounted copies of Office for students. Check with your school. Elementary through college.


On the contrary. The reason Outlook has such a staunch foothold in businesses and beat out standalone email apps like Thunderbird and Eudora, was because it had server-based tools which businesses could use to manage email access for their employees. e.g. A department could have a shared email box. If an employee was fired, it was easy to use Outlook Server to revoke their access to those emails. And the employee's replacement could be added, instantly giving them access to that history of emails.

It's only fallen out of favor now because using those features required the company to have an IT division maintaining an Outlook server. Several companies (including Google) now offer the same email management capability, except their IT manages the servers. Your company only needs to manage the software side of it via a web interface. Whether your company goes for that depends mostly on how paranoid they are about keeping their company emails internal (vs. Google having access to them).
First of all, there is no such thing as an "Outlook Server". I'm assuming you must mean Exchange? The reason Outlook still has a foothold in business is that it's been around for a long time. Even poor/bad implementations of technology tend to stick around for many years IF they arrived on the scene early or first. How long did it take for Flash to die?

Second, we do use Google for our mail backend. Because many of our folks are in their 70's, they don't want to learn this new web based fandangled Google thing in the browser... so they stick with Outlook even though the web based option is much more powerful.
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If you are an "IT person", you don't seem to understand Outlook, if you think that is the only way it works or all it is good for. 🙄
So what tech implementation are you referring to? pop3, imap, mapi, something else?

Is Outlook good for the calendar features, contact features, something else? Is the search feature better than Googles? Do you organize your emails into folders? If so, why?

People that do email in Outlook don't understand it's very antiquated technology. M$ doesn't support (in an acceptable manner) inboxes over 50GB. Outlook does a "behind the scenes" archive of older files that are not nearly as easily searched when someone's mailbox goes over 50GB.

We have users with email inboxes over 200GB! Outlook is an abysmal mess when people have that much email! So should we just use imap and let Outlook be a window into the email on the server? That's what the browser is.

Outlook does a number of things in a very mediocre way. It excels in none of these areas. There are much better ways to manage email, contacts, appointments, etc... Outlook is on a death path unless someday M$ moves the whole thing to the cloud and cloud only. Then, maybe, it might be usable but M$ would just be catching up to where Google already is today.
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Grabbed this. Thanks
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pcsalesonline has office 2019 pro for $57.40. Anyone know if it is a reputable site?
https://pcsalesonline.com/softwar...fice-2019/
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not sure if its been mentioned this does not include a local copy of the Outlook program. Many do not need it but its very important for some.
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Outlook.com free web email.
Can sync to Mail app in win10.

For companies, Office 365 subscription with Exchange Online + Outlook app makes more sense.

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Office vs anything else?
1. FULL 100% compatibility with the World's Office apps standard. Nothing else is.
2. HIPPA. Secured front to back, and you can get a BAA agreement using Skype, Office, Outlook/Exchange.
Duo, Zoom, etc? Pray the government doesn't fine you after their temporary covid exemption expires. Google CAN'T even secure their own Titan 2-factor keys - hacked wide open!

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Outlook vs G?
Lol. G CAN'T even get a basic concept, folders, added as a feature even after decades of complaints.
Poor organization leads to poor mailbox hygiene leads to G users fighting the cluster F of thousands of new messages hogging their attention.

Clean mailbox, less time searching and wondering what you need to finish at work...all while saving the planet from millions of mostly idle hard drives backing up billions of scam emails because you didn't practice good hygiene.

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4GB already holds the entire text of an encyclopedia set. Unless you're emailing massive documents and files around, or a rat who doesn't delete, no reason most would ever fill up the allocation given for online email (which providers have already investigated and researched to set a "common users" limit well above what the majority ever need).

OneDrive for companies bypasses most huge files sharing issues with 1TB+ per employee.

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Internet and provider service outages.
Sure, you can outsource.
https://9to5google.com/2020/12/18/google-outage-explanation/
And wait while clients and patients wonder why you can't get anything done.

For businesses that depend in being up, easy enough to get a multi-site Windows Server cluster up and running that'll survive the next Capitol riot.

( Online hosting of servers is possible through Azure if you must go cloud - hippa and all. )
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While many business customers still use Outlook, the idea of downloading all of ones email to a client application is really antiquated. Outlook was conceived in the day when people had a single computer and a few MB of email at most. I believe it's only a matter of time before that approach to email is a thing of the past. I hope so at least as a IT support person. Outlook is the ugly step-child of our software arsenal at my place of work! We have a lot of older folks though that can't seem to give it up. Frown
Getting rid of client software like Outlook (I use for work) or Thunderbird (I use for home) is fine if you don't mind kissing your messages goodbye when whatever online service you use decides to cut you off for whatever reason (goes out of business, regulated to death by government, you are deemed politically incorrect, etc.)
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After serval years of H&R I've switched to turbo tax. H&R home versions never carried the forms for EV charging infrastructure.
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Outlook vs G?
Lol. G CAN'T even get a basic concept, folders, added as a feature even after decades of complaints.
Poor organization leads to poor mailbox hygiene leads to G users fighting the cluster F of thousands of new messages hogging their attention.
I practice inbox zero. So I don't see anything in my inbox unless it something that needs my attention. I probably have 5-10 emails in my inbox and tens of thousands that are archived and hidden from view unless needed.

The reason folders are no longer optimal is that all mail can be quickly searched. If you want a subset of email, the Gmail search tools will show you exactly the same thing a folder can show but with a whole lot more filtering power.

Something to think about. Remember the days when some sites were trying to categorize the world wide web under a tree hierarchy? Why hasn't that approach proved to be anywhere near as popular as search when it comes to finding content?
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America: The land where you pay to pay your taxes. Amazing how that works. I know there's many free options, but the fact companies like turbo tax are allowed to exist with their shady practices amazes me. Some places in Europe mail their people their complete taxes and they just need to sign off.

Been using Credit Karma the last few years (basic personal state and federal, student loans, etc.). 100% free and nothing shady that I've seen.
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