Available since June last year, the Android build has always been pretty handy at helping users deal with their inbox, but the omission of Exchange support on mobile devices would have ruled it out for people that wanted to manage work and personal accounts. Now, that’s not a problem any more.
The company said the app will support customizable gestures and features like snooze, send later and response tracking. Users can also search Microsoft Exchange accounts, and there’s support for conversation view, flagging emails, folders, notifications and more.
Baydin said that as it uses Exchange Web Services to communicate with Exchange servers “the experience is much more feature rich than other third-party clients that connect via IMAP or WebDAV”, which could be music to the ears of mobile Exchange users.
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