Microsoft Supports Email ID in 15 Indian Languages
Microsoft Supports Email ID in 15 Indian Languages

Microsoft Supports Email ID in 15 Indian Languages: Intro

Soon Now, Microsoft Supports Email ID in 15 Indian Languages also. So, if you receive an email in Hindi or any other Indian language email id, then there is no need to panic. Microsoft announces to support 15 Indian languages for the email address. It will also support Office 365, Outlook 2016,, Exchange Online and other platforms. Indian users can now create their own email address in 15 languages including Hindi. Microsoft gave this excellent gift to the Indians on the occasion of “International Mother Language Day”.

Read What Microsoft say about this?

Microsoft said in a statement that availability of email addresses in 15 languages will prove to be a better tool for modern communication. Our effort will make the road to technology easier for the people. We do not want anyone to need to learn another language to use technology. Therefore, we have decided to support 15 Indian languages.

What are Indian Languages Microsoft Supports for Email ID?

Microsoft has decided to provide support for email addresses in Hindi, Bodo, Dogri, Konkani, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali, Sindhi, Bengali, Gujarati, Manipuri, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. The decision is taken by keeping the common Indian languages in mind, especially for the villagers. The company believes that it will connect the common people with this kind of email.

Last Month, Microsoft announces the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Neural Network (DNN) for improving real-time language translation for Hindi, Bengali and Tamil languages.

Microsoft had taken this step with the intention of making technology accessible and productive for all Indians. This technology will help users provide more accurate and natural results while surfing the internet on any Bing search site. Along with this, it will also work on Microsoft Office 365 products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Skype.

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