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    Microsoft plans to give third-party developers a way to create apps and add-ins for its Outlook.com email service. That tidbit was revealed as part of the company's posting of descriptions for its Build 2015 developer conference that begins Wednesday, April 29 in San Francisco.

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    04-27-2015 04:30 PM

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