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    Jeff commented  · 

    I use Cortana constantly, have since it's first tests, and yes it needs to be integrated in Outlook as well as the rest of the Professional Office suite. The first versions should provide Help, and the later versions should provide function.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    Gsyncit is the best solution, it works flawlessly. It does take some setup faffing as you say, but it's flawless. I had a different solution before them that never worked right, and that company's support was nil.

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    As much as we hate gmail, many of us are stuck with Android phones.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    The rules columns need to be sortable... and it would help to show the email address when the rule is built off of that. Making the dialog resizable will also give much needed room to see the rules and manage them more easily. These simple things would help solve 80% of the problem.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    I also have numerous email accounts from a private ISP, and one Outlook.com account. All go on professional Outlook on my PC, and then the new light Outlook on my Win phone and tablet. I'd like to see the config stored in OneNote and then available for propagation on a variety of devices (allow the PC to be pop and the others IMAP).

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    I have a Win10 phone... and Office 365 Pro (bib Outlook, not the baby "app"). I need to be able to choose outlook.com for my mail so that it syncs over to my phone. My default email cannot be changed to outlook.com because I have my own domain that I want the email in. There is no way for me to get "Exchange Active Sync" , and I don't want Google as an intermediary either (I want to be Google-free). So just let us change the default calendar in Outlook. right now it works for me if I move all cal. items over to the outlook.com calendar, but that's a manual process and it takes too long.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    Could the file size appear in a mouseover of the folder name?

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    Jeff commented  · 

    Definitely two problems:
    1) it's in the wrong place. Muscle Memory from all these years with Outlook has taught me where the delete button is.... and now I'm hitting the Archive button instead.
    2) the Archive strategy appears to be poorly thought out and there isn't a good explanation of how this new Archive function works or why you would want to use it.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    As has been said, this can be accomplished thru Account Settings and Change Folder. But that's not convenient for 99% of the users. How about a view that would be in Favorites, where as many accounts as wanted would be consolidated?
    Also, M<SFT, please remember that many people will use multiple PSTs (as do I), and that the current Outlook build in my case is taking 5 minutes to start receiving email when I start it up in the morning.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    With the change in Outlook 2016 to Attached files, the amount of real estate was increased to show an icon. For supported graphics files, gif, jpeg, png, a thumbnail should be generated and used instead of the icon. This would be very useful and also increase the usability and "friendliness" of the interface.

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    Jeff commented  · 

    For the folder name that corresponds to a PST, there should be a unique folder icon. The old yellow folder icon, showing open or closed, comes to mind even if this is no longer part of the design language of Office. It'd be logical and very clear.
    I have 9 PSTs, so there are 9 high level folders I use.
    And why is only lower case naming allowed? I might have used some or all caps just to differentiate them.

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