Seperated Business Accounts and Settings
Would Be nice to have the possibility to seperate settings and containers for Business related stuff
Is is possible to have the Notication settings in the iOS Outlook app the same as in Outlook for macOS? In Outlook for macOS you can set the notifications to "Show message subject only" or "Show message subject and preview".
It would be nice to have this since I don't want mail previews on my iOS lockscreen for my work e-mail for privacy reasons. I do want the mail notification with sender & subject on the lockscreen.
Getting the notification settings from Outlook for macOS ported over to Outlook for iOS would be great since the enduser would be in charge of the information shown on the lockscreen.
Kailash Kalyani commented
Currently the look and feel of notifications is available in iOS Settings ->Outlook. Sounds for notifications are in the Outlook App -> Settings -> Notifications
Could we have one location for them?
Joseph Djurich commented
title says it all
Mark Moore commented
I have five different email accounts all connected to outlook. I would like to be able to have the calendar associated with each account displayed when I click the calendar icon rather than it always showing the default calendar regardless of which account I am viewing.
Option to use the settings from Outlook.com so we don't have to enter in all the same information.
Reinhard Hiss commented
I do not appreciate the relevant-other-feature and I don‘t like in particular that I have to switch it off in every single installation. I want to to be able to kill this feature in my microsoft-account once for all.
After installing the exchange account my auto-lock setting option of ‘never’ has disappeared.
So the iPhone can only be set on a auto lock delay when not in use - from 30 sec to 5 min.
The never option is gone.
It appears this setting can only be changed by company IT.
Chris Breaux commented
When using Outlook on iOS with active sync, the active sync services in exchange no longer show the device as an iOS device. The device shows up as Outlook for iOS and Android 1.0. This really messes up our reporting of device types using active sync.
Lakota Hill commented
Currently your app doesn't allow setting adjustments via Settings for iPhone users. The setting of a mail account must be done within the Outlook mail account- which doesn't allow for junk e-mail settings. This setting must be done on the online version of Outlook.