Outlook on the Web

Exchange Online – You can now get Desktop notification from Outlook Web Access

If you use Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web) and a modern browser (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge) you can now enable Desktop Notification to get notified when emails arrive while you are no longer browsing your mailbox but your browser is still running. To turn it on, logon to your mailbox […]

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Exchange Online – You can now add a personal calendar and refreshed UI for calendar management

This new feature is only available through Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web). When you use OWA to access your calendar (https://outlook.office.com/calendar/) you will have a refreshed ‘Add calendar’ which then will also gives you the ability to add a personal calendar from Outlook.com, Google or Team Snap. To access this

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Exchange Online – You can now have access to all the attachments you have sent/receive when using OWA

Exchange Online has been updated to introduce a new feature in Outlook on the Web (aka Outlook Web Access, aka OWA). When accessing your mailbox using OWA, you will now see a Files view, available in the module switcher at the bottom (which redirect you to https://outlook.office.com/files/) When you switch to the Files view you

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Outlook Web Access – A new look when accessing OWA using your mobile web browser

The following is not about the Outlook Mobile app but about Outlook Web Access (OWA), also known as Outlook on the Web, when accessed using your mobile web browser. A new look is available for OWA is now available and turned on by default, but you can opt-out at any time by switching the toggle.

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Exchange / Azure Information Protection – Sensitivity labels can now be applied when using OWA and/or Outlook Mobile

As you may know Azure Information Protection (AIP) provides the capability to define and apply sensitivity labels on documents and emails (when using Outlook client). Good new, the AIP sensitivity labelling capability is now available also on Outlook Web Access (OWA) – aka Outlook on the Web – and Outlook Mobile. When you write an

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Exchange Online – You can now RSVP instantly when using OWA

After becoming available on Outlook Mobile (see https://t.co/1LcJGaBI8j), you can now also instantly reply to an meeting request when you are using Outlook Web Access (aka Outlook on the Web). Just select the meeting invite and you will immediately get the options to reply (Yes, Maybe, No, Propose another time with the possibility to add

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Exchange Online – A new ‘Deleted’ folder appears in OWA in your Contacts

If you are using Outlook Web Access (aka OWA, aka Outlook on the Web) (https://outlook.office.com/), you will notice in your Contacts a new folder has appeared called Deleted The idea of this Deleted folder in your Contacts is to simplify the recovery of mistakenly deleted contacts; instead of going through all the deleted items in

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Exchange Online – You can now get additional information related to your meetings in Outlook Web Access

If you use Outlook Web Access (aka Outlook on the Web) with Exchange Online, you can now get more insights for your meetings. When you check your meeting in OWA, Outlook will find additional relevant information from emails from your mailbox and/or files saved in OneDrive (including shared ones) or SharePoint Online, helping you getting 

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Exchange – Outlook Web Access can now automatically translate incoming emails

This new feature is only available if you are using the new Outlook on the Web (aka Outlook Web Access) interface (see https://t.co/wmPtK7ntgM). When you receive an email which is not written in the language defined for your mailbox (see your regional settings), Exchange Online is now able to perform an inline translation. You can

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