Webmail for Outlook

Webmail for Outlook

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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Do you check your Outlook or Office 365 e-mail by opening your device's web browser, typing your corporate web mail address, waiting for it to load, then zooming in on the username and password box, typing your information, then spending the whole time panning around your inbox using an interface that is not mobile friendly? Do you repeat this process multiple times a day?

Do yourself a favor and install Webmail for Outlook today, the best unofficial Office Outlook Web Access front-end client out there!

Features:
- One touch log-in.. Tap the icon to check for new mail!
- Full HTML message view w/in-line image support - just as you'd see it if you accessed it via the web.
- Notifications when new email arrives
- Download e-mail attachments right from the app.
- Compose new emails.
- Accept + Deny meeting requests.
- View Calendar events for the day, or upcoming days
- Access frequent contacts for your Outlook account or use your device's address book to select recipients.
- Reply/Reply All/Forward
- Folder switching, see folder unread message count
- Turn your Out of Office auto-responder on or off and change the message, all from within the app.
- Spell-check/ suggestions/ voice dictation, all supported!
- More features coming soon based on user interest and demand!

"Most" corporate Exchange 2007, 2010, & 2013 installations are supported! In addition, Office 365 accounts hosted at "outlook.office365.com" (including those that use ADFS authentication), and most Microsoft Forefront TMG (Threat Management Gateway) installations should also be supported.

Please note, if your Exchange administrator has modified the interface, a non-TMG ISA server or other UAG is installed, or you require extra information (like an extra security code besides a password) to log into your e-mail account, it may or may not be compatible with this app. Please contact me if you have problems and I will do my best to investigate the issue. Money back guarantee! If your OWA does not work, please contact me for a full refund.

*Webmail for Outlook was not created nor endorsed by Microsoft Corporation.*

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Recently changed in this version

1.5.7/a
-Fix for refreshing on load + relogin
-New: empty deleted items + junk from within the app


Comments and ratings for Webmail for Outlook
  • (42 stars)

    by Paul Kinnane on 03/12/2014

    Pretty much does exactly what I need. Only thing I see missing is being able to open up calendar events. I can see the events but they won't expand out. A lot of mine contain dial in conference call info that would be helpful to know if I am remote and would like to join a call.

  • (42 stars)

    by Sudhaman Chandrasekaran on 30/11/2014

    How to configure notifications? How often does the app check for new email ?

  • (42 stars)

    by James Hu on 14/11/2014

    I would like it even more if the meetings would generate reminder notifications.

  • (42 stars)

    by Graham Smith on 16/10/2014

    Nicely reformats and rescaled Outlook's web interface for mobile clients. Suits me as it avoids me having to accept remote wipe policies to a personal device. Buttons and overall look of the app are a little utilitarian. A swipe away to close an opened mail would be nice. But for the most part this is near perfect.

  • (42 stars)

    by Cortland Robinson on 02/10/2014

    Keeps crashing on my Note 3

  • (42 stars)

    by Albert Vien on 28/09/2014

    Works great but is there a way to setup multiple email accounts?

  • (42 stars)

    by Tyler Quance on 21/09/2014

    Timed out frequently when I tried checking email. I would say it only worked about half the time on my Galaxy S3. Otherwise fine, had trouble getting any more than one page of emails off the server if I needed to look at something over 3 or 4 days old.