Microsoft is building a universal Outlook client that will work across both Windows and Mac, Windows Central reported.  Currently named ‘Project Monarch’, it will replace default Mail & Calendar apps on Windows 10.

Project Monarch is the end-goal for Microsoft’s “One Outlook” vision, which aims to build a single Outlook client that works across PC, Mac, and the Web. Right now, Microsoft has a number of different Outlook clients for desktop, including Outlook Web, Outlook (Win32) for Windows, Outlook for Mac, and Mail & Calendar on Windows 10. Microsoft wants to replace the existing desktop clients with one app built with web technologies. The project will deliver Outlook as a single product, with the same user experience and codebase whether that be on Windows or Mac. It’ll also have a much smaller footprint and be accessible to all users whether they’re free Outlook consumers or commercial business customers.

Check It Out: Microsoft Building New Outlook Web App for Windows and Mac

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