Microsoft's video chat service is now integrated with Outlook.com for those outside the handful of countries that were part of the initial release.
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The integration of the video chat and messaging service with Microsoft's free e-mail service is rolling out to U.K. users now and will be available in the U.S. "in the coming weeks."