Keluro now allows you to connect if you have a Microsoft account–an Outlook or Hotmail email, a Skype account, or even an Xbox account. Once you are logged in, you can start to organise your emails, and archive emails that do not need to sit in your inbox. Though a precursory step in organising your personal email with Keluro, it nonetheless provides the necessary step to archiving emails that still have necessary information, but not necessary to be saved in your inbox.
For personal Microsoft account users, emails are still a valuable source of information. Even with personal email accounts, data and large files are still exchanged in email correspondence. Logging in with Keluro and your personal Microsoft account, you can backup all emails in a central archive, even if they are distributed via different computers or different programs. Emails are never lost, and you can search them extremely fast. You can still reply or forward emails, even if they were archived.
For freelancers, who still maintain their personal email addresses for professional assignments, this is a great, initial step in separating personal from professional. As discussed in a previous blog, where now remote workers, namely freelancers, are able to link remotely with Keluro, this will soon be available by signing up with a personal Microsoft account. But for now, those with personal Microsoft accounts are able to move forward with Keluro, and smart email sharing and collaboration.