Microsoft introduces Support for 15 Indian Languages in Email Addresses

Microsoft introduces Support for 15 Indian Languages in Email Addresses

Tech giant Microsoft has announced that they are going to support 15 Indian languages for email addresses. It means that people will be able to use their local language email addresses for Outlook accounts. The users can use these email address accounts to send and receive emails for their purposes. All you will need is just an Outlook platform for that. It works on all the outlook clients such as iOS, Android, and PCs.

This latest service will also be available across other platforms of Microsoft such as Office 365, Exchange Online, and Exchange Online Protection. This new addition from the company all because of its Email Address Internationalisation campaign.

It will be available across languages such as Hindi, Bodo, Dogri, Konkani, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Sindhi, Bengali, Gujarati, Manipuri, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

Microsoft said in a blog post:

Currently, Indian languages are under-represented online. Of the 447 different languages spoken in India, none make it to the list of top 50 digital languages.

The company has also said that around 8 percent of all the users of Internet are Indians.

Meetul Patel, COO – Microsoft India said,

Ensuring that language is not a barrier to the adoption of technology is key for digital inclusion and growth. Making email addresses available in 15 languages is an exciting step to making modern communications and collaboration tools more accessible and easier to use for all – something we have been relentlessly working towards. We’re making technology use the language of people, and not requiring people to first learn the traditional language of technology.

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