"Get Outlook on you phone for free" bulk
COMPLAINT: There is no way shown to delete the "Get Outlook on your phone for free" message that automatically displays after deleting Individual Junk Emails.
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Hey, I get the same message and reported to an Outlook technician about three weeks ago. Seems to me it isn't working. So from March to today is a long time to wait to fix ANOTHER problem with Outlook. Should be a simple fix for anyone wanting to fix problems and not do nothing. Today I received the same message so if a fix is on the way, don't hold your breath.
Lies Sanders commented
I get this too and do not want it. How to delete?
Ron Wagner commented
I need real time support and MS does not provide that live or live chat. The robotics do not work in the customers favor. I have to use a Gmail account to communicatel
Awaiting resolution as this 'popup' appeared again after being without it for weeks, after the first onslaught. I do not have phone to put Outlook on, nor wish to, and in the microsoft answers , someone said that it went to a 'third party server', whatever that means. I had posted before that this was a spam issue but not quite like spam, it does not come into one's EMAIL section but shows on the reading pane when one tries to call up one's folders and emails therein. I have for the moment hidden it as in hide reading pane, but there it still lurks. Why is this? And as it is an ad per se, and also something that wants to get on your phones and or in email, even though we are users indeed of Microsoft products, there still needs to be something that slams this down just like when someone telemarkets and they call yes they have business with you maybe but there has to be a cutoff: as in if the customer says, don't send this anymore, do not send it anymore or there will be some kind of consequence like a note to the FTC, or FCC or whatever consumer agency handles those complaints. In the meantime, I don't want it, don't like it, have read through the 'elements' of it, it is to do with office, and had no idea I had office even? and it has in the accessability 'tree' whatever that is, my email and who all else has access to it? ? It is all beyond me but get it off the account please and thank you. For your info.
jerry briggs commented
trying to get link for phone..talking to agent. lost connection, but he wont call back the ******* and nowe I have nothing no link to phone no matter how many times I hit send link..what is wrong with you? why are you making this so hard? now the agent has control of my pc..alert..i am not going to just take this lying down..help now..i want a agent to call me back
Ben Rubinger commented
I even followed the steps - entered my phone number, signed in on my phone via QR code, hoping that it would then stop nagging me. It didn't. To summarize: I already use Outlook on my android and I still can't get rid of this. It's really frustrating.
Completely agree I try to avoid looking at my emails now for the last week. You can’t even scroll down until it accidentally clicks on something doesn’t even open the email to view the email it clicks right onto the link it came from which isn’t necessary something you want to click on.
I don’t agree with updating versions and layouts when you’ve not asked for the new version. I really don’t like it.
It’s compacted and it is too small. It wasn’t necessary to update it for everyone. Why change it to add unnecessary features? I just want to sign in and read email.
Bring back the old version ASAP.
All this does everytime I see it is to create more resentment towards microsoft and how they are now invading my work space and introducing ads into my day to day. For a paid product ! To whatever marketing ****** thought this up, I don't have attention deficit disorder, I need to focus on my job, specially now. You are just making me want to look for alternative products for my company.
Thanks for your response. I sincerely hope you will decide to remove it
Regarding the outlook app for my phone, I don't have a smart phone so it is useless to me. How do I delete the "ad" for this?
I desperately want to remove "Get Outlook on your phone for free."
Please tell me how.
Get rid of this ad... why ohh why do you do these things....gezzz....
Agree completely. This is so inconvenient and annoying especially since I pay to skip the ads on the web service.
Every time I read and then delete an email in my Junk folder, I'm shown your "Get Outlook on your phone for free" ad taking up the whole screen. I then have to exit from that to again get back to the list of emails.
Please, please, please stop!
Cheryl Murten commented
I am also fed up with this spam from Outlook! I do not have data on my phone and therefore do not use apps..so stop spamming me for something I have no use for!!
Tom Burke commented
Even with a PAID corporate license....ad "get outlook on our phone for free." and it keeps returning. I have office on my phone already!. Even entering a number does not stop it....WTF
This is NOT OKAY! This is my work email, and I am ready to freak at seeing this ad every day, over and over again.
Please do something to allow us to close it--I even let it send me a link, and it's still there!
PLEASE MAKE IT STOP!!!!!!!!
david parker commented
every time I delete or block an email a screen with "get outlook
on you phone" which I have, pops up how do I stop this from appearing
Please add a possibility to disable the "Get Outlook on your phone for free!". I have it on my phone and use it but I'm still bombarded with this page after every action I take in my mailbox. Probably because I have it configured for my work email but I get spammed on my personal email.