This was available with Lync 2010/OWA integration, but Lync 2013 integration requires manually editing the web.config in Exchange.
An app like the OWA App for iPhone/iPad, but now for Android devices. No need for ActiveSync and all it's troubles that come with it (for instance: SD encryption sometimes formats the SD with loss of data) and no worries about a complete remote wipe (potentially wiping personal data).
Pre-filled FROM: dropdown listbox in mail composition form (also OWA), using info from delegated / shared mailboxes a.o. (Send-As) to populate. More end-user friendly than typing in the 'from' address (once) or picking entry from GAL (when shown).
An app like the OWA App for iPhone/iPad, but now for Windows Phone devices. No need for ActiveSync and no worries about a complete remote wipe (potentially wiping personal data).
It also allows for a more Premium experience on WP, compared to the native ActiveSync implementation.
Request to have public folders automatically displayed in OWA based on user's permission settings instead of manually having to add as favorites.
When a cloud user logs into the on-premise OWA URL in a hybrid deployment, the user is prompted with the "Use the following link to open this mailbox..." prompt and a link to the Office 365 OWA interface. In the interest of providing the most seamless integration for hybrid organizations, it would be nice for the option exist to make this a silent redirection so both on-premise and cloud users can utilize the same URL. ...more »
I doubt you'll find an organization that has intentionally chosen to force their users to go to "https://mail.company.com/owa"; nearly everyone wants the "simple URL" of "http://mail.company.com". Instead of publishing a lengthy process for simplifying the URL (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998359(v=exchg.150).aspx) or having consultants simplify it their own way through one of the many other methods, ...more »
We would like more of our users to be using OWA instead of the full Outlook client but there are a few things missing in OWA. Setting OWA as the default mail client is one of them so that when a user clicks on a mailto: link on a webpage it will allow them to sign in to their OWA account and send the email instead of giving them the "there is no default mail client configured".
When you do a name search in an address book you MUST press the enter key or click the magnifying glass icon. It doesn’t search “real time” like the client does
Notification of new messages on desktop when you are signed into OWA
The ability to recall messages (which doesn't always work but at least they could try).
these ideas were removed and are all posted separately so they can be voted on