Auto address suggestions
Based on auto learning mailto address suggestions after the first-second manually entered address.
Must be able to get the email address automatically when typing the first 3 letters of the addressee
When typing an email on my iPhone, I want the email address in the To: line to self complete as I type it in. This used to be a feature in Mail but appears to be removed since upgrading or migrating the application.
Please put it back the autocomplete from cache when entring e-mail address in the TO field
Save on Re typing email ids
Roger Ross commented
Remember recently used email addresses even if not in contacts.
Well, I can’t import contacts from outlook pc to iPadOS, neither the autocomplete works when writing an email? Lack of a lot of things in outlook app.any comment?
Please cache all email addresses from outlook items, so That when I add a recipient to an email the filter-as-you-type email addresses that come up aren’t only those in my contacts or typed in, but rather from all calendar invites, received emails, sent emails, to, from, CC, contacts, address book email addresses into new mails. I simply want outlook to be aware of al email addresses in all outlook items in the filters you type list.
Ideally, the filter as you type list would give a long list and be prioritized by most recent emails in context.
If this is too resource intensive, Give me an option to search directory or search cache. The outcome is: significant saved time doing business. I don’t have to go look for an email address in outlook search, slowly copy and past the found email into
As I add recipients to a new email message, Outlook does not automatically suggest email addresses. You notice that after you send an email message to specific recipients, Outlook does not add those recipients to the Auto-Complete cache.
When typing in the address field for a new email it rarely comes up with suggestions to what I am needing. It could be an email address I have used on several times over the last few days but it still refuses to suggest that.
Support informed me that it sends off the start of my typing text and the server returns the details to suggest to me, however every other app I’ve used immediately comes up with previously typed email addresses, so why not Outlook??? as it is one of the best apps out there.
This frustration means I start an email by typing in the ‘To:’ field, Then have to close that new message in order to go to the magnifying glass at the bottom of the screen to search for an email that has previously come in from that address, it really is a long way round to find an email address when starting a new email.
I suppose the obvious question is why if I do a magnifying glass search I will find anything to do with that email address I’m looking for, but if I type in the ‘to:’ field of a new email it rarely comes up with anything like the suggestions I am after
I have a work and personal email address in Outlook for IOS. If I’m sending a work email, Outlook should be able to tell based on the to: line and prompt me to change the “from” email to my work account and vice versa.
When I start typing a name in the To Rather than sorting by most frequent or most used, it sorts alphabetically based on typed list which is super inconvenient
Allow to remove autosuggested names or email addresses in the app.
I have a few mistyped email addresses and they keep coming up when I start typing the correct email address (first few letters).
Goins, Jon commented
If I create a new event in the native iOS Calendar app, when I enter information into the location field causes a list of recent locations and text matched suggestions from my address book to appear.
When doing the same in Outlook, I only see a list of locations in the US that somewhat match the text I’m inputting. It’s not nearly as useful.
TLDR: I want to see suggestions from my address book in the location field when I create events in Outlook.
Manning, Katie commented
The calendar app that comes free on my iPhone is better than the Outlook app. It should be easier to move appts to different times. I also wish it had autocomplete when I type in something I’ve saved on my calendar in the past.
Fong, Oswaldo commented
I would like to see a memorization feature that is similar to the desktop version of Outlook. Example: when typing email addresses instead of contact names, it would be nice for the app to recall email addresses that were sent in the past but not yet loaded as a contact. Thank you
Billy Cosentino commented
I’ve noticed when composing a new message, if the address is not in the directory, you have to hit the “return” key and then you It will show the other fields, ie, to, from, subject. Very frustrating to figure out for a new user to this app.
松村 和人 commented
when we make sending mail from Outlook for ios,receipient mail address is auto completed.
we need disable auto complete function,because reducing sending mail to incorrect recipient.
This is order of compliance department in our company.
Please teach me how to disable recipients address autocomplete.
Thomas Seymour commented
As an option, that would be great!
Risa Hoag commented
It’s ridiculous that for certain people who I email all the time, that their email address does not appear on all devices and is saved. That is the entire purpose of Outlook, to email people!!
Benjamin Pagan commented
You shouldn't have to save a contact in order to send an email it ends up taking way too much time, there should just be a history.