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    Chris Blaszczynski commented  · 

    (Not sure what's going on with this UserVoice's layout.. I can't sort by Top items or anything like that)

    In Outlook desktop (2010 - 2016 at least) all a user's shared mailboxes automatically show up and start downloading emails. Kind of nice, but there needs to be some manual element, at least to allow the user to manually Close/remove the Shared mailbox from showing in Outlook (and hence spending time and space downloading all the mail) but by still keeping it shared, so the user can go online for example and look at the account when they want to.

    In the Outlook web app, you have to manually add a Shared mailbox and you can manually close it too. That same process ought to be used in Desktop version.

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    Under review  ·  535 comments  ·  Outlook for Android » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Chris Blaszczynski commented  · 

    Nevermind Android, how about Outlook web!! Categories are NOT PROPERLY SUPPORTED in it! You have to use Outlook Desktop to really do anything with categories.

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    Chris Blaszczynski commented  · 

    Categories (like GMail labels) are in Outlook but not in phone app. People aren't asking because they don't know how useful they are, and how they need to replace ancient "folders"

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    Chris Blaszczynski commented  · 

    Or more appropriately, as outdated as paper file folders. :)

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    Categories are the most useful and can and should replace folders but due to lack of presenting to users and training, this gets so little attention. Folders are as outdated a concept as having a home phone.

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