I’m on a long flight right now traveling from the USA to Australia doing emails. It would be great to have a feature that made you need to use Microsoft’s iOS app over the build it Apple mail app. I have one that would make me always use it!
I’m forgetful so when I get an email and think “I’ll call them back” or “I’ll add the to the VSTS backlog later” or “Speak to my girls at home” etc
I find I too often forget.
I’d love tags “To call”… “Add to backlog”… “My girls” etc.
Any +1’s on this? Or do you have a better system than your memory?
Figure: Microsoft’s iOS mail app needs custom Tags
Figure: Apple’s iOS mail app does not have custom Tags
Outlook currenly uses 12 AM to 12 PM for All Day Events. This creates problem when it is for different time zone. A full-day event is a full-day event, no matter what time zone your are in.
It would be useful to use additional time zone feature in outlook to display local time zone without changing time of operating system. Either you can change all day event to local time zone setting.
One best option to handle with this problem is storing all time zone using UTC(Universal Cordinated Time) so that there is no need for any other time settings and appointment can be rendered using local time zone.
I know I can run ‘Compact Now’ manually. I just did some archiving and ran it now and it took about 12 hours (overnight)… however I should know that I don’t have to.
The UI should explain that this compacting happens in the background. (in the PST’s background idle task).
The UI should so that it is currently running.
That way you know if the performance problems that you are experiencing are related to compaction.
Gee Whizzzz?I should not have to ask to show what is going on with my PC?.
I am just asking for a ‘Polite UI’
The UI should show that this is primarily about space savings, not improving performance.
After I delete a lot of emails, I should see something different that indicates space can be saved.
And if the UI is good, after I install Outlook 2007 SP2, and since things changed, (where you allowed the internal free space to grow – for a trade-off to allow for better locality of writes), I would see this in the UI.