My outlook.com email account in Telstra Bigpond is set up for IMAP access in Outlook 2016. I can send and receive mail ok.
But the synching of “subscribed folders” can take a minimum of 3 minutes and sometimes 30 minutes. I have many subfolders to Inbox, and Rules in Outlook.com to...
On my Windows 7 Machine, under Outlook 2016 Preview Address Book Tool/Options, I can select "When opening the address book, show this address list first: " , and I choose iCloud.
On my iMac running under Parallels 10.2.2, Outlook 2016 Preview Address Book , there doesn't appear to be any...
I believe I am synching directly with Outlook 2010. I currently don't see any Contacts nor Calendar nor synching in my current outlook.com account.
My email provider is about to switch email hosting to the new Office365 Enterprise E1, which as I understand it is similar to...
I enter and update my Calendar and Contacts on my iPad. These happily synch with my Outlook 2010 (with Outlook Connector)
How can I get these Calendar and Contacts entered into and synching with my online Office365 account?
Thank you for your reply. I got excited as you implied I could get the the functionality “When replying to a message that is not in the Inbox, save the reply in the same folder” when using IMAP access to Outlook.com from Outlook 2013. I tried this and it worked.
However I get some...
Do any of the imminent changes to Outlook.com allow the functionality “When replying to a message that is not in the Inbox, save the reply in the same folder” or is this still an Outlook issue. I am using Outlook 2010/Outlook Connector.
Do the changes allow the functionality on the...
Now that Microsoft are advising that Outlook.com now supports IMAP, is there now a way to implement “When replying to a message that is not in the Inbox, save the reply in the same folder”?
Microsoft advise it is fixed and I would agree it is finally. After 4 days of being off the air from email on my iPad, I hope it doesn't happen again.
I am now very conscious of the little rotating circle on the iPad when Mail is checking the server. Occurs often on EAS accounts.
Just to be clear, you mean in Office Outlook 2013 and on the iPad to remove and re-add the EAS access to the Outlook.com account, and not close the Outlook.com account (which says all data including messages, ID and password are lost.)
I have an Outlook.com account activated and set up, and accessed fine from Outlook 2013 via EAS.
I have the account set up as EAS account accessed via Hotmail settings in iPad mail. All was working fine till two days ago. Now it takes a ridiculous amount of time to open emails on...
It seems I can have the feature "“When replying to a message that is not in the Inbox, save the reply in the same folder” if I use Outlook 2010 with Outlook Connector, but not with Outlook 2013. Is this correct? Can I have Outlook Connector with Outlook 2013, or am I required to have EAS for...