Microsoft Launches New Outlook App for Apple Watch

Microsoft Launches New Outlook App for Apple Watch

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Microsoft has announced the launch of a new Outlook app for Apple Watch that does 'more than just check the time'.

Do you have a watch that lets you do way more than just check the time? Then we have something in store for you! Introducing our brand new Outlook App for Apple Watch.

Here are the 3 top things you’ll now be able to do straight from your wrist:
● Get a quick glance of what’s happening in your Outlook Inbox or what’s next in your calendar just by swiping up from the Watch face. Just try it, you’ll love it.
● Need more context? Catch up with unread emails during your busy day right from the Outlook Watch App. When it’s really urgent, just reply directly from your watch with the set of replies we’ve pre-written just for you. We also have emojis and voice dictation if you're more than kind of person.
● Never miss what’s really important to you. Get notified of important emails and take action immediately thanks to our custom notifications. Archive that. Schedule this for later. It’s easy as 1, 2, 3.

You can also still check the time from your watch, if you really want to. We wouldn’t want to get in the way.

PS: Psst, don’t have an Apple Watch? Don’t worry, we have plenty of cool new features coming your way very soon.

You can download Microsoft Outlook from the App Store for free.

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PaladinLV - August 7, 2015 at 6:36pm
SEVERAL problems. 1. Appears you cannot setup a POP3 account. However the desktop version allows this 2. Accounts from local ISPs, like COX communication are NOT recognized but are on the desktop version. 3. Program should use the setup in the iPhone Mail Accounts as a default. About 2 - IF you add the port number to the Incoming and Outgoing servers, you can FORCE Outlook to recognize. i.e. map.cox.net:993 Hopefully MS will address these minor shortcoming!
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