is there any way to search Outlook calendar via Office 365 (web client) and get results like we see with the Outlook client?
I am using both Outlook 2010 and Office 365. I would like to connect my Outlook 2010 to my Office 365 (Outlook Web App) calendar so I can keep my calendars in sync. Is there a way to connect the web app to my desktop so I do not have to log into the website to use outlook?
After composing an email In Outlook Web Access (Office 365) I press the send button but there is no response. The email is never sent. I save it as a draft (that works) then in try and send again but still doesn't work. Works fine in Firefox. Previous answers to this question were to disable/remove the Skype add-on or reset the browser. I do not have Skype add-on and I have reset the browser and disabled all add-ons. My is Windows 8 on a desktop running IE10. I've tried both IE10 browsers (desktop and Metro) and both have the same problem. I also own a Surface running Windows RT and it doesn't work there either and cannot install any other browser so I can only use IE10.
A basic question but how do you add new contacts into outlook web app?
Thanks in advance for any help.
The business that I work for uses Office 365 for all our email and calendars. It works really well and we've all got our smart phones synchronised and we're really in to Office 365.
I currently work in a limited environment on my desktop PC such that I only have use of a browser (and no Microsoft Outlook installed) at certain times of day; this means that I can only use the web based Office 365 interfaces. Having used the web interface so much, I now use it exclusively across both my workstations and it's a great experience. I have a small issue, however, when creating events. Often, somebody else will change the time of the event and that will fire off to the event creator and that person will be able to update his/her calendar with the new time. This works as intended using Outlook; using the web client, I do not see any new time proposals but simply receive a declined message with no option to view the new time proposal.
I really enjoy using the web client and so I have checked out the FAQs and searched this forum but not found any mention of this issue so far. Does anyone have any knowledge about this situation? Is there something that I have missed that will help me stick to using the web client while at my desktop?
I have to use Outlook Web Access rather than the full version where I work. I have no other option at my remote office. Unfortunately, I really don't like the conversation view but I can't find a way to switch it off. Is there a way?
Is there any way to search the calendar from the Office 365 web interface?
my outlook web application help does not give an external POP exchange server name rather gives an internal POP exchange server name
I have been using Outlook Web App for the past number of years and have just been given a new e-mail account in my university, but I want to amalgamate the folders from the old e-mail with the new one. Is this possible? Any help would be appreciated.
How come my email account shows up as Outlook web app. I want to get the new Outlook live and i have tried looking up ways to change it from Outlook web app to Outlook Live and it doesn't let me. I cant make a new account since its my University email address but i have seen other students with the new outlook live and mine hasn't changed. I appreciate all the help i can get. Thank You