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Thread: Microsoft Launches an All-new Outlook App for iOS

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    Default Microsoft Launches All-new Outlook App for iOS


    Microsoft has just released an all-new Microsoft Outlook application for the iOS platform early this morning. The application requires iOS 8.0 or later and comes with a variety of powerful features that users can take advantage of in their productive everyday lives.

    The Microsoft Outlook application for iOS lets you not only keep track of and manage your E-mail inbox, but also send and save attachments, take advantage of various cloud storage services, keep track of calendar events, and even use quick filtering to find exactly what you need during your workflow. The application is compatible with several different e-mail service providers, as Microsoft explains:

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    The official Microsoft Outlook app designed for iPhone and iPad.

    Outlook is a free email app that helps you get more done from anywhere with one unified view of your email, calendar, contacts, and attachments. Outlook automatically surfaces your most important messages across all your email accounts. Swipe to quickly delete, archive, or schedule messages you want to handle later. Easily view your calendar, share available times, and schedule meetings. And attach files from your email, OneDrive, or Dropbox with just a few taps.

    Outlook works with Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com, iCloud, Gmail, and Yahoo Mail.
    Microsoft Outlook for iOS can be downloaded completely free of charge from the App Store starting right now via this App Store link.

    Sources: App Store

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    I'm seeing all the accolades in the App Store reviews...but does this client sync iCloud local and shared calendars so I can use that instead of the native apps?

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    I think it does, I'm playing around with new Outlook app now, and I see under Add New Account, iCloud is one of the default options along with Google, Yahoo!, Dropbox, Box, Exchange, and of course Outlook and OneDrive.

    Because Outlook is my primary work tool, I'm liking this new app a lot. Pretty nice features, although worried I'll burn through a lot of data if attachments are automatically downloaded in the background, IDK.

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    I tried it for a minute...it seems to, but it doesn't differentiate between my calendar and my wife's. She shares her calendar with me. I can't tell from who's calendar a particular item is...Almost had it!...

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    ?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandgabor View Post
    Lmao. Another happy customer
    Hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by xboxbml View Post
    I'm seeing all the accolades in the App Store reviews...but does this client sync iCloud local and shared calendars so I can use that instead of the native apps?
    Good question did you install it yet?

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    I did..but then removed it..sorry I didn't see your reply...

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