Microsoft has spent much of the last year updating Outlook.com into a better Gmail competitor, but much of those features have only been available for users who’ve signed up for preview access. Fret no more, the new Outlook.com is rolling out to everyone. That means you’re getting a bunch of new features, especially if you hadn’t previously signed up for the preview. Two of the more interesting features, first announced in September, are the ability to ‘Like’ emails and use an ‘@’ to tag people in them. The former feature is useful for acknowledging when you’ve read an email without having…

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