Email notifications still don't work
Can get email and calendar just fine but notifications still don't work. No sound...no popup...no blinking light...anything. ETA on new version this works on. Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Carrie Small commented
no longer getting notifications
Colin Stennett commented
Same issue here in my One plus 5... Receiving calendar notifications just fine but nothing for emails... Tried disabling/re-enabling email notifications in the app and via the android app manager, but still no dice. Are Microsoft looking into this?
I never expected that from Microsoft, notifications are must, how can Microsoft miss it. If someone from Microsoft seeing this, at least please let us know by when will it be fixed
Any solution for email notification? It only gives calendar notifications but no email notification.
Any solution for email notification sound for iPhone 7. Facing the same problem as it only gives calendar notifications but no email notification. Tried bunch of soultions e.g: reboot phone, reinstall app.
Same situation here.
I am using Samsung E7 with Android 4.4.4.
The Email notification works before.
But suddenly stop one day
André Silva commented
I can't receive notifications from calendar or e-mail.
No Happy commented
WTF, I pay for a service that is only half effective. When will Microsoft decide to get serious and put out a proper app for android, not this Pre-Release BS? They are finally giving up on phone Hardware, now release the beast.
Same thing on my new note 5. Worked fine on my HTC OneMax. I don't understand how a company like Microsoft could allow this to continue for so long.
I used to get notifications for new emails, but for the past few weeks, I only get calendar notifications.
Without email notifications, the app is completely useless.
Also, before, when I would get notifications, it would only say "One new email" - it wouldn't give a preview of the sender or subject.
Finally, If I was on a computer and got a new email, I'd check it right away - I'd still get a notification several minutes later on my phone for the email I had already checked.
Using HTC One M9 with Android 5.1
Same problem on Motorola Droid Maxx. Android 4.4.4. No alerts and no updating email until it is opened. Also could use a widget like Outlook has for the calendar and email but when you tap on the widget, it should open the email or calendar which mine won't do in Outlook at the moment. Another thing that may be good is if there was a month view for the calendar.
Echo Rich's comment on notifications: calendar notifications work, but I'll only get intermittent email notifications. This is particularly odd to me since I've had this app for a while and they used to work fine. Don't remember exactly when they stopped, but I think it was after an app update, not a system update. I generally like how OWA works, but I can't afford to miss work emails and having to regularly check while not in the office is getting old fast. Samsung Galaxy S5 from TMobile, Android 5.1.1
Please advise solution for visual/audio issue soonest possible
Same here, only it doesn't stay connected, nor does it update the emails automatically (while not open). It will update the emails only once I open the App. It has worked intermittently the last couple of weeks, maybe once every 3-4 days it might notify me of an incoming email, otherwise nothing but calendar notifications. Still on a Samsung S4, but with the latest Lollipop OS for it.
Shouldn't the OWA app offer some sort of alert (visual/ audio) when new emails arrive? I don't understand how this app is useful to Office 365 clients without an email alert feature.
Phill Danks commented
Same issue on Nexus 5. No new mail notification. Annoying. Android 6.0.1
Same problem here!
My notifications quit working the other day for email as well...uninstall...reinstall...still nada. The outlook app notifications work, but not OWA. HHmmmm
Luis Duarte commented
The sincronization is working fine but I do not get the notifications for new mails arriving on the inbox. Strangely it works for the calendar events. Why?