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    Under review  ·  265 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    acathalifaud@si-bone.com commented  · 

    Please help editing OoO replies easier to accomplish. Currently, the reduced text window space turns what should be an easy task into a “tour of frustration” on an iPhone, with the only “work around” being to edit the message on a desktop computer. Thanks. AC

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    For iPhone iOS, please make the automatic reply message fields bigger so one can actually type and edit messages if needed. Right now, the setup is a cluster fudge and a nightmare to manage. Thanks

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    751 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    acathalifaud@si-bone.com commented  · 

    Part of the slow down, it seems to me, is that now we are being subject to the shoving on our faces of the Microsoft logo on a splash screen, every single time the app starts up (this feels like a new and more recent behavior). I neither want nor need to see the darned logo over and over again; I know it’s Outlook, I know it is an MS product.

    Alternatively, if Microsoft is so much in need to show their logo as often as possible, they could send users a free t-shirt with their brand mark plastered all over it. I myself would wear it. In winter. In bed. I could wear it more often, in public, but I’d charge them a hefty fee for that.

    So, get rid of the repeating splash screen and speed up startup time.

    Fine, don’t send me the t-shirt. I can do just fine without it. A. C.

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    1 comment  ·  Outlook for Mac » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    acathalifaud@si-bone.com commented  · 

    Users should not have to go to use the web interface to add or delete certain "special" add-ins. Right now, one can manage some from the desktop client and others (that remain hidden in the DT app) from the web client: very confusing. If an add-in needs admin credentials to be added or deleted, that can be communicated in the desktop interface itself.

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