Redundant app - get rid if it
You have an OWA AND an Outlook app for the iPad, what's the point? There's so much redundancy, confusion & convolution in your product line, it's very annoying
Agreed with both the previous comments. Do not get rid of OWA.
Agree with previous comment; my company does not allow access to corporate Exchange by the native iOS email client from a personal device. Since I don't wish to carry both a corporate and personal device on me, OWA fills that need. During the past 5 years, I've used 3rd party OWA apps as well as Good for Enterprise. My experience with them has been iffy, but Good for Enterprise was the worst. Microsoft's OWA client has been superior. Good work MSFT.
Some companies (like mine) will block access to the mobile outlook (desktop outlook works just fine), so with this OWA app, it's the only way I can access my mails on the mobile.... Even if its ****...