If you create a Mail product for Apple users, I suggest it should support Apple mail (ie IMAP) in the "Unified" in box
The unified mail inbox doesn't show emails received on an Apple (IMAP) account. Curious commission. Works perfectly well in the IoS version.
Andre DiCioccio commented
Agreed. This is a must feature else I need to remember to check all my IMAP accounts separately
Julian Waits commented
I have to concur with everyone else. Many mail programs utilize IMAP as a transport protocol, and the old outlook supports IMAP accounts in the "unified" inbox. Not having this feature is a real annoyance.
Jim Basile commented
Please bring back support of IMAP and POP in "All Accounts"
Emails in IMAP accounts should be listed under the "All accounts folders" like in older version of Outlook.
Davis Hunt commented
The old version of Outlook (before New Outlook) has a unified Inbox supporting all email accounts set up in Outlook. Includes Microsoft Exchange, Sync and others along with iCould and all IMAP inboxes I have set up. If nothing else, unified Junk Mail and Trash are a must have for me
Scott Osborne commented
Additionally, support your own "Microsoft" products. You cant even view an exchange account in the unified inbox presently.
Chris Tromp commented
IMAP must absolutely be in place. It is in the old Outlook. What's the point of excluding in the new Outlook?
Please include iCloud accounts in the new unified inbox for Outlook on Mac. It's great on iOS, please include it on MacOS as well.
Simon White commented
At the moment iCloud integration is poor, it does not work in Calendar and iCloud mail does not appear in the "All Accounts" mailbox. That is very frustrating while managing overall messages.
David Witkowski commented
Currently new outlook Unified inbox only supports Exchange, Outllok.com (and MS Sync accounts) and Google accounts.
Please support Apple icloud email (mac.com etc) using imap