I often find myself constantly playing email 'catch-up' and responding to my large email backlog long after normal work hours. As many of my email contacts are extremely high level business executives and/or highly dedicated senior technical professionals, these after-hours email communications often become an unnecessary late night wake-up call. Other than the current Draft email solution (which implies that additional... more »
The ability to save signatures centrally (in the users mailbox) and not in the local profile. Saves a configuration step for users/admins and makes it possible for the user to use the exact same signatures in OWA, EAS, etc. etc..
When a user leaves the organization and their mailbox and AD account are removed the delegate information get's stuck in the Outlook client and creates errors for the users until it is removed. Is there anyway to make this a function of AD or Exchange so that this removed when a user leaves?
Just like the EMC (Exchange Management Console) in Exchange 2010. That had the ability to preview the Exchange Management Shell syntax or in other cases to review the used syntax after it was applied.
This ability is a great learning tool but also a valuable tool for documentation.
Add the Rollup & Cumulative update version to the Server Version name. Currently when you run Get-ExchangeServer | FT Name, AdminDisplayVersion it just shows the build number which we have to lookup or remember every build number. This would remove the need for extensive scripts that look at registry keys among other things.
Recover Deleted Items shows only the items deleted, but you loose the Folder Structure. To really help the Backup Team you should include this information.
Many organizations use shared mailboxes to get a people independent Mailbox for a team. In Outlook you have automapping of those mailboxes, but when you want to access it from your smartphone it is not possible as Activesync does not allow you to access shared mailboxes
Currently the default is conversation view for all folders in OWA. Very few of our staff use that view on a daily basis and we should be able to configure the default to be the normal view.
This is a very useful tool in the Outlook client to remove "chains of email" regarding a certain topic. It is much more useful than conversation view.
When you select multiple items you get the error that "You've tried to select too many rows. Select fewer rows and try again"
This would be very useful in moving or deleting multiple emails at a time.
There is currently no voting buttons option available in OWA
There is currently only one signature option available
You can create rules in OWA but the steps and windows are different than the client which confuses people.
We have many shared accounts and multiple users that need access to those accounts. They currently have to login to the other account by selecting the dropdown and change accounts.
They cannot access shared folders or shared address books because of this either
To delete an autofile from webmail you have to use the up and down arrow keys and the Delete key rather than being able to click on an X