Mail Access 2007
By Ollie Kett
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Mail Access allows you to use your iPhone or iPod touch to read and send emails via Outlook Web Access 2007, even if your mail administrator has disabled IMAP, POP3, and SMTP in Exchange.
With Mail Access you can:
✔ Remain in sync with Exchange
✔ Receive push notifications for new messages
✔ Access multiple email accounts
✔ Use offline mode - All emails saved to your device for offline viewing
✔ View HTML emails
✔ View all mail boxes
✔ Create new messages
✔ Reply to messages
✔ Forward messages
✔ Access native iPhone contacts
✔ Customise your signature
This application is for you if you read and send emails using a web browser connected to Outlook Web Access 2007.
Outlook® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. This application has been developed by a third-party developer and is not endorsed, tested, or associated with Microsoft Corporation.
What's New in Version 1.7
- Fixes Offline Issue
Does not work, crashes endlessly, and developer does not answer emails. AVOID all apps by this developer.
Does not work. Avoid!
Rip off. Does not work no support. No seeking legal advice. Might only be £5 but why should people get away with it?
It does work
If you read the instruction manual it tells you how to find the correct host address to input. I took about 3 goes to get it right but it does work. I first downloaded the "universal version" because I didn't know what exchange server my company was running but that didn't work whatever host name I tried. I think the lesson is you are best off making 100%sure you know the exchange version and the right host name. This app is pretty good once working but would be nice to read attachments, view calendar and accept appointments