Don't hide the REAL email address of the sender. Outlook only shows a coloured circle with a letter, dangerous spams are hidden this way.
Dangerous spams use a false but trusted looking address as name. The real address that actually shows its a spam is hidden behind a useless coloured circle in outlook.
Bobby Walker commented
1. I have 3 Outlook accounts, and on the Android app, it is always losing one account. it just disappears.
2. Fix the issue of Capalitalizing the first letter of the first word of the 2nd line in the Desktop version. That is the 2nd most ridiculous issue that spans decades, and someone needs to fix that. It is very unprofessional!
3. The Desktop version needs better security between accounts. I will be in one email account, but if I don't catch it, it will send it from a Default account, even though I am in a different account, and THIS is the #1 most ridiculous problem.
Gregory A Dotson commented
hey Microsoft you should have named Outlook Lookout you guys ******* suck I'm going back to Google
Slui, Hans (Vianen) commented
give the e-mail a logica order, i always have to search for the latest message in a long string of grouped e-mails. this is very anoying. it is often not the first or last in the e-mail why not the last on top?
Robin Waters commented
After selecting multiple messages for action as 'read' then be able to keep selection and move immediately to delete then.
Mark Jungck commented
Need to be able to quickly see all the email headers, full screen. Not like that stupid tiny window on the desktop version. It's needed to verify the validity of an email. It's like you are trying to help the hackers/spammers by hiding all the clues. Damned annoying and eventually fatal.
Let us see the adres so phissingmails van be recognised! Also the code behind a mailadress
Tony Dean commented
stop trying to reinvent the wheel.. use best worldwide accepted practice standards..
M D commented
should be able to identify sender's email address before opening email
Angela Sykes commented
its our new e mail at work too busy looking not user friendly
JuanMa Urban commented
entran muchos spam.
yes! this is sooo annoying and stupid. email always used to display the address. now it's a name anybody can change... so stupid, but all mail is like this now...
Denise Jones commented
Fix ALL the items commented. Add FREE PDF. We pay for all this stupid clutter but can't open a PDF or create one unless we buy an add on.
Birgit Donohue commented
I have been getting the same spam mail how can I block them?
talat el_sherbiny commented
I agree 👍
Abdool Rahman, Shabbir commented
Once an email is selected for viewing, the ribbons on the left shoulder should be minimised to say 15% of the screen thereby allowing a greater area for the main content.
moto bazuka commented
You need to make the full email address from the sender display up the top by default. This would help people detect spam emails much easier. One should not have to click on the sender's email name/subject to see the email address. All spam emails are from an address that is a big jumble of letters and numbers nonsense. YOU LET THEM HIDE THAT EMAIL ADDRESS BY DEFAULT!! Showing their address is a quick red flag that even the non-tech savvy people can pick up on.
Also, Microsoft needs to fix their spam filtering. The amount of emails I get everyweek (fake Netflix, fake apple, fake paypal) is crazy. The email addresses that these spam emails come from are surely in the realm of good AI being able to detect. I've never witnessed such poor spam/phishing filtering. It's 2020 and I feel like I'm being nuked like it's 2005. Please try harder Microsoft.
Rodney Saxton commented
Yesssss! It is only shown when you label it junk or spam & delete. Makes it very hard to identify if it is a reoccurring nuisance address.
Dharmesh Mistry commented
I just received a phishing email which looked genuine. I'm glad I clicked to reveal the senders email because it was as ridiculous as this: email@example.com. Unfortunately, there are people out there who might accidentally click on such links.
archie o'neill commented
just read all the other emails...PLEASE.
Ruth Mercy commented
no quiero correos desconocidos. Sólo mis contactos