On Tuesday, Microsoft officially released the first service pack for its popular Office For Mac 2001 productivity software. As you can see from the image below, the service pack fixes a number of issues, as well as improving security.
The update weighs in a 246 MB, which is really rather modest for a fairly comprehensive service pack. In addition to the stability and security updates, the service pack also brings with it the ability to sync Outlook for Mac calenders with Apple’s Sync Services, which means you can now sync Outlook calendars, as well as your contacts, notes, and tasks with any service or device that supports Sync Services, including the iPhone and iPad!
Outlook for Mac 2011 SP1 also includes Outlook support for Exchange based server-side rules; Outlook Redirect button (you can redirect the message to the intended recipient and the replies will go to the original sender); Outlook Resend button; Outlook edit of existing messages; and Solver integration support in Excel.
Via The Loop