The Outlook Mobile Service (OMS) was introduced in Outlook 2007 to allow you to send and receive text messages in Outlook. It also enables you to configure mobile notifications to have important messages, calendar summaries, and reminders forwarded to your mobile phone as text messages. The OMS features depend on hosting providers which provide the connection between Outlook and your mobile phone.
Until now, few users in North America were able to use these features because only a few wireless service providers were supported by SMSLink, the only hosting provider available in North America when Outlook 2007 was released. With the recent introduction of SMSOfficer, a new OMS hosting provider, you can send and receive text messages in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 regardless of which wireless service provider you use.
Click here to create an account with an Outlook Mobile Service (OMS) hosting provider to connect Outlook 2007 with your mobile phone.
After you’ve created an Outlook Mobile Service account, click here to learn how to send and receive text messages…
…and configure mobile notifications in Outlook 2007.
Office 2007 SP1 follows Windows XP SP3 and Windows Vista SP1 RC, only this time this Service Pack has been made available publicly.
You might ask, why Service Pack 1? Well, SP1 focuses on the issues that matter to users of Office 2007 which have been collated based on direct customer feedback and error reporting tools. You can expect:
- Stability. Using data from the Dr. Watson bug-reporting system, we’ve fixed the top software issues for each application in the 2007 Office system. The 2007 Office system SP1 also improves the stability of server components in the 2007 Office system and delivers compatibility with Windows Server® 2008, so you can confidently plan for future upgrades.
- Performance. The 2007 Office system SP1 improves performance in applications and servers. Performance improvements can be found in Microsoft Office Excel® 2007, Microsoft Office Outlook® 2007, Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2007, and Microsoft Office SharePoint® Server 2007.
- Security. By incorporating incremental advances in security and results from application testing, the 2007 Office system SP1 offers home and office users better protection against malicious software and potential threats to privacy.
You can get a more complete description of SP1, including a list of issues that were fixed, in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 936982: Description of the 2007 Microsoft Office suite Service Pack 1.
There are several scenarios that may require you to reboot your computer after SP1 is installed. For more information, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article 942995.
Other Service Packs
Microsoft® Office Language Pack 2007: Office Language Pack 2007 SP1
Download Office 2007 SP1 all of 218.3 MB!
Update: Direct Links to other service pack 1
Calendar Printing Assistant for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Microsoft Office InterConnect 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Microsoft Office Language Pack 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Microsoft Office Project Language Pack 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Microsoft Office Visio Language Pack 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Microsoft Office Visio Viewer 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Missing your HTML signatures or showing off the flashy feedburner signature in Outlook 2007? Well, look no further. It’s been months since I have been using Outlook 2007 and no matter whatever options I tried, it just didn’t work! Douglas raised the flag earlier in this post and since then I have been looking around on and off till I discovered this solution:
You just need to edit the HTML signature file at
C:\Documents & settings\user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Signatures
Create a HTML file and add your Feed burner script.
NOTE: If your files are hidden, you will not see Application Data. Unhide the files and folders to see this.