Those trying to access Microsoft's Hotmail and Outlook.com from iPhones, iPads, Android phones, and other mobile devices are continuing to encounter problems.
The software giant adds another app to its iTunes portfolio, letting customers access documents, photos, and video from SkyDrive on their iPhones.
Microsoft's free e-mail service will no longer allow people to sign up with common passwords, in an attempt to reduce the number of hijacked e-mail accounts.
The software company says that the updates will let users more easily access photos and increase the number of files that can be stored on the service.
Perhaps in a "me too" moment, Microsoft reveals some forthcoming features of its SkyDrive cloud service in the Windows Phone Mango update.
Microsoft's Windows Live services will be a key part of Windows 8, letting you sync the same files across multiple PCs and share information with other Windows Live users.
After the recent release of its Hotmail app for the Android Market, Microsoft has followed up with a specific version of its popular e-mail service for Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Search edges social networking for Web users this year, according to data from market researcher Nielsen.
Any programmer now can build software to tap into Windows Live Messenger's network. Perhaps in time IM will become less fragmented and more useful.
Microsoft says its 3 million Windows Live Mesh users have synced 2.2 petabytes to Microsoft's cloud. The service exits beta at the end of this month.