Mobile Access for Outlook OWA

Mobile Access for Outlook OWA

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*** The app has been tested on Outlook Exchange 2007 and 2010. ***
*** Office 365 is now supported except some ADFS ***

Mobile Access for Outlook OWA provides a streamlined, user friendly interface to access your Microsoft Outlook Web Access email via OWA. Your emails and images are displayed conveniently on your mobile device, and the application has a simple and easy to use interface, much like that of the gmail application.

Automatically log in to your account and notifications appear to keep you informed as to when new emails arrive. Simple and clear icons make it easy to carry out functions like: Read, reply, reply to all and mail forwarding etc.

Quickly share your photos and media on your device just as you would using social media tools like facebook and twitter, as a link to Mobile Access for Outlook OWA appears in your share list.

Actions are not carried out until your next synchronization or by hitting ‘refresh’, giving you the chance to undo your last actions if you happen to change your mind.

Some of the features Mobile Access for Outlook OWA lets you do include:

- read and reply to emails

- check emails on different folders

- download and upload attachments

- move email items between mail folders

- select multiple email items to delete or move to your other folders

- respond to invitations and meeting requests

- view calendar appointment or meeting schedule

- create / edit / delete appointment or meeting

- appointment / meeting notifications

- email notifications (support multiple labels)

- create, delete and rename label

- customize settings

- multiple accounts supported

- mail or calendar widgets

Unlike many other email applications, Mobile Access for Outlook OWA enables you to do all these things in an uncluttered way.

Any questions? Please contact kmcchu@gmail.com

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Recently changed in this version

v3.2.9
- Improved link display in mail content
- Added android wear to read mail from notification

v3.2.8
- Fixed 4x1 mail widget reload problem
- Fixed and improved for adding attachment
- Added flag information on widget

v3.2.7
- Added 4x1 mail widget
- Fixed reply problem on ews option
- Fixed daily calendar initial display problem


Comments and ratings for Mobile Access for Outlook OWA
  • (64 stars)

    by karstenbrandt1 on 14/09/2013

    doesn't work with Outlook.com account. bad

  • (64 stars)

    by Doug Monk on 18/03/2015

    Running this on a Note 3 with lollipop. I tried this app a couple of weeks ago before I updated to lollipop as it looked really good, but unfortunately after passing the testing when setting it up, it wasn't able to log in. I removed the app and have tried it again today with the same issue. Input all the required settings, run the test (it passes) then exit the app. When I open the app again, i

  • (64 stars)

    by Nirav mehta on 18/03/2015

    Good

  • (64 stars)

    by Steve Sanford on 17/03/2015

    This app works great for Microsoft mail. Easy to set up and easy to use.

  • (64 stars)

    by Gregory W on 16/03/2015

    The developer answers email questions very quickly.

  • (64 stars)

    by Sanjiv Ranjan on 11/03/2015

    Nice UI, BUT unless used over WiFi, looses typed emails - retrying doesn't help/work. Have to type out whole email again. Strangely marks emails as read even though I haven't touched them! I cannot use this for my work email, I have wasted my money.

  • (64 stars)

    by Par Osterberg Medina on 11/03/2015

    It will not save and resend emails when the network connection dies. After hitting send, the mail just simply disappear if no network connection was found at the time. Not comuter friendly at all.

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