So we recently upgraded our server. In addition to a bizarre method to change default printer preferences (which may well be the printer driver's fault so I won't document it here—yet), there's been a subtle change in our how Outlook works. Or, of course, doesn't work.
Let's say I want to email two people. In Gmail, I'd type in their addresses separated by commas, say, "email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org". I'd write my message, hit "send" and go on my merry way. And that's how it used to work in Outlook. But not anymore. If I go to send an email in outlook, I can't write it to "email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org". Oh, no-siree-bob. If I do something that intuitive, I get an error message:
Wait, what? I can't separate email addresses with a comma? And, smartypants, since you obviously know what I was doing (i.e. that I was separating emails with commas) why can't you just make the goddamn change for yourself!
Oh, yes, Windows = productivity.