Much better than Outlook app Email notifications do not work on my device. I need to refresh manually to check for new email. Slow in some functionality but I find UI best from many different email apps. Even better than the Gmail App. I agree with the guy who notes that developers have no intention in improving. Just fishing people to Windows platform. OWA website even recommends on should install outlook instead.
Pretty good. Much easier than the GOOD app i was forced to use and does not require device admin which is a major plus for me. Menu is simple enough, so is calendar, I would like a widget option too. Only thing that is missing is a way to update the exchange password associated to the account. if it exist i couldn't find it. I have to change my password every 60 days, only way i found si to delete the account and recreate it with the new password.
Dear developers, as time goes by I am more and more sick and tired from your applications. I do have tasks created on my desktop Outlook app but there is no app from Microsoft to sync Tasks. And I am not able to understand that you not support this function on Android. Hope you make it better more close to desktop app which provides a lot of comfort at managing emails. Many many thanks.
Compared to the Outlook app for Android this is a poor version. Notifications on my device give me no details, just states I have new email where the Outlook app notifications would show me the sender and subject in the notification shade. This also applies to the notifications sent to my smartwatch. Outlook app notifications would give me full details and even allow me to read a chunk of the email right from my watch. OWA app notifications to my smartwatch only states how many unread emails I have with an option to open on my phone. I also find it to be very slow in comparison to the Outlook app. It is constantly showing that it is refreshing and just doesn't have the snappy feel that the Outlook app has.
Good app, could be great I like this version better than the regular outlook for Android but it needs two things: separate notifications for email and events and the ability to silence them separately. The second thing is fingerprint login. If you could add quiet hours/days, that would be great too.
Useful if it worked The download was very easy but once I was able to get into my email, the app stopped working, it said something about an encryption that needed to be done but the encryption had already processed during the setup process. I thought maybe it was my phone but others in my cohort had the same issue. After I deleted the app and downloaded it again, it worked but only for a few hours.
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