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Claudio Friederich

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    Claudio Friederich commented  · 

    the connect anyway option on the pop-up does not work. it just retries the same failed operation and pops up the same error again and again forever. when you click connect anyway it must ignore the "invalid certificate" and connect. many major providers including network solutions, spectrum/time Warner provide certificate with a related but not matching domain name, and all these providers are currently unusable from outlook mobile. outlook iOS does not have this problem. just Android Outlook.

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    Claudio Friederich commented  · 

    It is now 4 years later - we still don't have it. Ironically, the little Mobile Outlook for both Android and iOS has it. There you can choose which folder is used for all the various system folders. In the desktop version, there is no way to choose, so we are stuck with having 2 sent mail folders and 2 junk mail folders, just because our e-mail provider happens to use names for these that Outlook does not recognize as special folder names. This seems like a basic feature.

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