Outlook updating inbox loop
If upgrading to a supported version of Outlook is not an option to you, then it is recommended to use an alternative email program instead.
I like that since I don't consider my day finished until my INBOX is empty.Color coding seemed random; I was assigned the color orange and a coworker was purple.My fellow Tech Republic columnist Tony Bradley covered some of the Outlook app functions such as Focused Inbox, file attachments/cloud integration (you can access Dropbox, Box and of course One Drive files via the Outlook app), and calendar/scheduling features in his article, "5 reasons to love the new Outlook for i OS and Android apps." I won't retrace his steps with the exception of providing screenshots to get a closer look at the "Focused Inbox" function, which is probably the most noteworthy element to the app.Outlook works with Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, (including Hotmail, MSN), Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and i Cloud."I use the default email client on my Samsung Galaxy S5 for both my business (Activesync) and personal (IMAP) email, but I was curious about what the Outlook app (technically a preview; the i OS version is more advanced) had to offer.My company uses Exchange 2010, which is supported by the Outlook app; the oldest in-house version of Exchange it will work with is 2007.