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Microsoft COO Meetul Patel Announces 15 Indian Languages Support For E-mail Addresses

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Today International mothers language day (21st Feb 2018 ) Microsoft COO Meetul Patel Announced that e-mail address will support in 15 Different Indian languages across its applications and services which includes outlook 2016, office 365, outlook.com and EOP. The Users can easily send and receive emails in 15 different Indian local languages.
According to  Meetul Patel,  Making email id’s Available in 15 Different Indian Languages is an exciting step to making modern communications and collaboration tools more accessible and easier to use for all customers.
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Microsoft COO Meetul Patel said that We are introducing new technology to use the language, not requiring users to learn the language of new technology.
The initiative is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to support Email Address Internationalisation (EAI) across its products and services eco-system and Compose this technology reaches in Different local languages.The languages support Unicode that means it will encode for different languages and scripts.
Microsoft announced last month about the integration of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and (DNN) Deep Neural Networks to improve real-time language translation for Languages like Hindi, Tamil, and Bengali.
This Latest technology will definitely help users in getting results that are more accurate while using the Internet across any website on the Microsoft Edge browser,
Bing search, Bing Translator website, as well as Microsoft Office 365 products like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Skype.
Microsoft COO Meetul Patel Announces 15 Indian Languages Support For E-mail Addresses

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