Make outlook.com accessible to screenreaders. Preferably provide a light version.
Outlook.com remains very inaccessible to Jaws and other screenreaders. The articles that have been posted on this subject are not very helpful and have not been updated in some time. Some email providers offer a light or basic html version, and Microsoft should do something similar here if they value accessibility.
Please check out the Office Accessibility Center (aka.ms/OfficeAccessibility). It has support articles on how to use a screen reader with Office products. All articles on using Outlook (including Outlook on the web) can be found in Accessibility Support for Outlook, Mail and Calendar for Windows 10.
Outlook Web Access (OWA) is available for organizations and does include a Light version that can be turned on via Settings > Mail > General > Light version. It’s not available in the consumer Outlook.com. We’ll share this feedback with the product team.