The topical issue seems to be transition of Live@edu to Office 365.
What is the future of Outlook Live for Friends & Family?
Is it going to be maintained?
Is a migration to Exchange 15 planned in a near future?
I have defined a number of rules, that apply categories to my email. The rules are in Outlook Live, so that they are run on the server, regardless of where I read my mail from.
Unfortunately these are only run on mail that arrives in my inbox.
I would like to either use the same set of rules on outgoing mails or define new ones.
I have tried to define rules in Outlook 2010, which is my primary client, but each time I edit a rule on Outlook Live the rules in Outlook 2010 disappear.
I made an account with Outlook Live and I can go to my inbox but I'm trying to access Outlook Live from my college web site and it tells me my account doesn't have an Outlook Web App Mailbox. What is this and how do I set it up?
On my other email account, musiccreatesus@hotmail, I accidentally selected the wrong year not realizing that it would need permission. Now every time when I tried to change it by clicking "I am not an adult why am I seeing this", it says that Windows Live ID is facing technical difficulties. Apparently, they've been having technical difficulties for months since I have not been able to change it since then. What can I do?
Followed setup as described by Outlook for setting up on Android, I can receive emails but not send. Have tried so many combo's it's beyond a joke now...
In the server name field have tried the pod51003.outlook.com, m.outlook.com and hknprd0111.outlook.com
For each server have tried ports 587, 25 and 465
For each setting tried TSL and SSL
Have contacted my university IT who advised to enquire here as they don't do squat with it.
From reading a number of posts with similar issue, it would appear this is a common problem that Microsoft to date has no definitive resolution. Anyone else found a solution, or do we need to get a few hundred thousand complaints before Micro$oft decides to do anything about it?
Phone is Motorola Defy running Gingerbread 2.3.6
We have recently launched Live@edu for our students and are finding most users are unable to successfully configure their mobile device. Our troubleshooting suggests this is a server issue and not the mobile device. We have spent many hours trying everything we can find and no success.
An example from yesterday. A user has an iPad and she can logon to outlook.com and see her email. She cannot successfully configure the Exchange mail app. It appears to timeout or report a user password problem or server communication problem. This is using m.outlook.com or her specific pod51010.outlook.com. But I can take another user that we know has ben successful, and change the credentials to this user, and it connects right away. This user shows as on the same server (pod51010.outlook.com) as the user who cannot connect. I have replicated this result on several Androids, iPads, and iPhones - one user cannot connect but another can. The user accounts were all built the same way and all have the same permissions.
This is causing our students' to view Live@edu as a failure. Has anyone else experienced anything like this or found any way to resolve it?
I have transferred to a different university. How do I uninstall my Outlook Live email? Please send answer to this email. Will check later.
I can no longer log into Office365 with IE. It works fine in Chrome. When I go to the portal page to log in it redirects me to a Live login page which doesn't work for Office365.
Is there anyway to change the view in Outlook Live (365). I'm trying to switch from Windows Live Mail. But I hate the fact that all my e-mail in Office Live is double or triple spaced with "today", "yesterday", "last week" and so on. With all that spacing I can only see six or seven emails at a time (with the preview screen made fairly small). In Windows Live Mail the sender, subject, date and so on are all on the same line. I can see over 25 messages at once with a larger preview screen. It would be great to be able to tweak the view of your inbox to whatever view you like (like you do in Windows Live Mail) or if you can do that will someone tell me how.