Show all recipients in conversation view
Send email to A, forward the same email to B, only B is shown in Inbox with conversation view. A and B should be shown as recipients.
Emails should show original recipient.
When I’m using the desktop version of Outlook, I can enter a person’s name and email address into the “To” field like this:
First Last <email@example.com>
This format is the Internet standard for a combined name and email address. However, when I try the same thing in Outlook for iOS, the whole address is highlighted in red.
It would be nice if there were a way to manually key in a full name and email address in the “To” field. I do this for one-time emails, and I like to include the person’s name so that I can see it properly in my Sent Items folder.
In the "sent" box, make the RECIPIENT's name big & bold NOT my name. I know I sent ALL the emails in the "sent" box! Help me find a specific message by making the RECIPIENT's name bigger and bolder!
Daniela Raimondi commented
in the App I want to display the recipient in all sent mail labels and not the sender!
Alexander Socarras commented
When viewing Sent Items, Outlook for iOS shows my name on all sent messages versus the recipient’s names. Either add a feature to change the view (as in PC and MacOS versions), or change it so that the Recipient Name shows versus the authors name.
Keith Gross commented
Display the recipient in the sent mail folder, not the sender. Obviously I am the sender of all of them, so current display is not helpful.
Currently when replying to or forwarding an email, the user is unable to view the email addresses for the people that the user is emailing. This is useful — as only one example — when a recipient has multiple email addresses and the user wants to ensure he is sending his email to the appropriate address. Currently. clicking the name in the “to” part of the email draft only brings up the recipient’s contact card, which doesn’t actually display the true email address that the specific email will be sent to.
Michael Leis commented
Would be helpful to be able to see/scroll all recipient names on headers
I totally agree. Too many taps to simply remove or add recipients. Make it easier please
Sabo, Nicholas commented
Not a fan that you have to select edit recipients to add or delete email addresses. It should be like a normal email and when you reply all you can add or delete addresses. I don’t like the extra step.
MCCLURE, TODD /076457 /GA016 commented
Only combine a thread of emails when recipients are all the same. Confusing to know who I’m replying to and making sure appropriate people are on reply emails
Steve Lampert commented
Derek Chen commented
Need option to delete remembered recipient email address
Margaret Williams commented
My issue is for when I want to “recall” an email already sent. My understanding is that this feature only “works” for recipients who have not yet opened the problem email when the recall operation is done.
I would like an expanded feature that would allow the sender to delete the problem email from all recipients’ inboxes. Main use for me would be if I accidentally included some recipients who should not have received confidential data.Thanks.
At the moment the default sender’s email address is used when composing a new email. iOS mail client selects the sender’s address based on previous emails and recipients. It would be great if Outlook iOS could do the same.
Oh, Joonho commented
I am using Outlook application in my iPad.
While using in iPad, I have some inconvenience; I cannot check whether the recipients of my email have seen my message.
Many emails offer receipt confirmation function in these days, but I cannot use this function by using Outlook Application in my iPad.
I hope you to update this function.
I pretty sure the function will recieve a great compliment from lots of users.
Christina Lai commented
When first signing into Outlook for the first time for Gmail, it says “Enjoy Your Empty Inbox”, and does not keep any mail, including sent and received mail.
Lu Deng commented
Sometimes emails from groups will have different senders. Would like ability to send these emails to other inbox, not just individual sender emails.
Chris Willet commented
When trying to edit email recipients there’s far too many clicks necessary to add or subtract individuals ... given this is a feature utilized on almost every occasion that email is forwarded or replied to it is much too labor-intensive ... would be better to simply click in the boxes and highlight names and delete add or change if they are direct subjects or cc’d... rather than being prompted with several options on what you actually want to do instead of just being able to do it.
Jayne Lownds commented
For brands that send an emails very frequently and clog you mail box, allow the option to say only keep newest email, choose which recipients you want this to happen for so all out off date offers emails can be automatically deleted