I have Outlook Express but I use Outlook at work. I miss having the calender when I get home, so is it possible to download Outlook for free or would I have to pay for it? Express just doesn't do everything I want it to..
Outlook is a chargeable product. around £80 If you use an older version of Outlook at work, try to find the same version of Outlook (Outlook 2000, Outlook 2003). 60-Day Trial edition of Outlook 2007 can be obtained from the Microsoft site Note: There are various versions available, some have Business Contact Manager. You may want to check on the work computer as to what version they have installed.
Another note, Outlook can be used with Exchange Server. If facilities you need rely on having Exchange, then that won't work at home unless you are able to log-in to your work computer systems from home.
The (free) replacement for Outlook Express is called Windows Live Mail. The next version of it will include a calendar. If you don't mind the risks of using unreleased software, you can download a beta version here.