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Microsoft Outlook finally comes to iOS with a caveat

Microsoft has released Outlook web apps for the iPhone and iPad. Essentially, the native app is an extension of the Outlook web app and is a port of the Windows Phone app for iOS. The app adds so

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Microsoft has released Outlook web apps for the iPhone and iPad. Essentially, the native app is an extension of the Outlook web app and is a port of the Windows Phone app for iOS. The app adds some additional capabilities that the Outlook web app cannot perform and works exclusively with an Office 365 subscription. Also Read - Upcoming Android, iOS games you should pre-register immediately

The app features a two column view and offers access to typical Outlook features like calendar and people. Unfortunately, as the app is tied to a particular Office 365 account, it still does not support multiple accounts. Also Read - Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to 'nearly double' the budget for its employee salaries to retain them

It supports voice activated actions and push notifications and remote wipe capabilities which will be a boon for IT managers.

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  • Published Date: July 17, 2013 1:42 PM IST



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