"Outlook" for iPad

Posted on 2012-08-27
Last Modified: 2012-09-11
Hello Experts,

Does any one know a good "Outlook" for iPad that will synch with Exchange?

I'm mainly interested in:

Entering Rich text for e-mails, calendar reminders, tasks.  As well, setting High/Low/Normal priorities and adding attachments.

In my regular Outlook, I also have adde added custom columns in my Tasks, grouped them by Categories, and sort them by a custom column.

It would aolso be nice, if I can search my e-mails for certain text, and sometimes only view un-opened e-mails.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Many thanks
Question by:APD_Toronto
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    Accepted Solution

    Your iPad is able to sync email with Exchange via ActiveSync.  But as far as other third-party apps I can't give you more info.
    LVL 47

    Assisted Solution

    There is no application per say
    There are no official installs of microsoft outlook for Phone or Ipad

    What you will be looking for is onlie services such as


    If you are using Exchange you should have access to Outlook Web Mail, if enabled/setup

    Once setup you can access your web mail via

    Once here you can log in and get everything you are looking for above
    LVL 47

    Assisted Solution

    Looking back at this you could also try using the Iphone/Ipda App in the AppStore
    Called Outlook Email by iKonic
    LVL 3

    Assisted Solution

    Do you have a Citrix environment? If so, you can get the Citrix client for your iPad, then run a full version of Outlook on it. (I believe)

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