Outlook Mobile

Outlook Mobile – You can now use SMIME on Outlook Mobile

After being able to add a shared mailbox on Outlook mobile (see https://t.co/MkG56cl1TT), another long awaited feature is now available on your Outlook mobile application: the use of SMIME. To start using, you need of course an SMIME certificate – I will not go in details there on how or where to get SMIME certificates, […]

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Outlook Mobile – You can now reply to meeting request directly from the push notification

The Outlook mobile application (iOS: https://apps.apple.com/app/microsoft-outlook/id951937596 – Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.outlook) has been updated and allows you to reply to meeting request directly from the push notification.

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Exchange – You can now add shared mailbox on Outlook Mobile

This has been a very long awaited capability; adding shared mailbox on Outlook mobile without having to logon as the shared mailbox (aka using active account). To add a shared mailbox, open your Outlook Mobile application and access the Settings to add an account, you then will be able to choose Shared Mailbox If you

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Exchange – Outlook Mobile support for S/MIME is coming

It is about time, Outlook Mobile on iOS and Android is now supporting S/MIME (Secure Multipurpose Internal Mail Extensions). This means you will be able to send and receive (and as such read) signed and/or encrypted emails with Outlook Mobile. To start using it, you must have a valid S/MIME certificate off course – manual

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Intune – You can now configure Outlook Mobile settings

An update is being deployed on Intune to allow you to manage Outlook Mobile settings (such as Focused Inbox, sync contacts…) for iOS and Android. To start implementing this application configuration, logon to your Intune portal (either from Azure portal and then going to Intune or from the Device Management from Office 365 portal) Then

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