Mail Access 2007
Developer: OKD Limited
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 567.9 KB - Download
Mail Access allows you to use your Mac to read and send emails via Outlook Web Access 2007, even if your mail administrator has disabled IMAP, POP3, and SMTP in Exchange.
With Mail Access you can:
✔ Remain in sync with Exchange
✔ Use offline mode - All emails saved to your Mac for offline viewing
✔ View HTML emails
✔ View all mail boxes
✔ Create new messages
✔ Reply to messages
✔ Forward messages
✔ Customise your signature
✔ Password protect
✔ Lock down - Password protect settings panel and lock host to put on company Mac's
This application is for you if you read and send emails using a web browser connected to Outlook Web Access 2007.
Outlook® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. This application has been developed by a third-party developer and is not endorsed, tested, or associated with Microsoft Corporation.
Most Helpful Reviews
Could not connect to OWA - I was not able to connect to my work OWA through this app, it kept giving me a "Invalid Login Details" error message even though I used the same login credentials in my web browser and was able to successfully login....wasted $8.00 on an app I cannot use.
More Reviews for Current Version
Not a replacement for OWA just yet - I had high hopes for this app since I have two different accounts that use Outlook Web Access and it's a pain logging in and using a web browser to email. The interface on this program is very spartan, which is OK, except that imagine my confusion when I opened one of my messages (only the subject line and sender's name is displayed) and tried to figure out how to respond. There is a left pointing arrow, a right pointing arrow and an X. I figured the X was delete so I didn't try that. Clicking the right arrow opens and new window ready to forward the message, EXCEPT, the To field is blank and since the app doesn't connect with either my company's global address book or my contact list I guess I have to go looking for the person's email address. Same with the left arrow, except that is the respond button. There's also no way to customize the view to see part of the message in a preview pane so you just have to open each message. Hey, it says Version 1 and it's only $7, but I think I'll have to wait until there are a few more robust features, like filling in the address for respond and giving me access to my address book before I'll be able to use it in place of logging into a web site. It does offer to append a signature in the settings dialog so that's nice. I rated it a 3 because I like the idea and hope that the developer will be encouraged to continue work on it. The less I have to touch Microsoft products the better.
Save Your Money & Time - Absolute waste..! Just spent well over an hour trying to make this app work...no such luck! I've use the same credentials in the browser for the last eight years without issue. Support via them developers Web Site is wosre than awful. I'm definitely going to persue a refund.
If Desperate, Do Not Waste Your Money - All this does is connect to server and display a list of your emails. It does not display folders. It is a waste. Just accept the fact that you have to use OWA access for your email which is not really that bad. Wish I could get my money back. If the developer is reading this, please refund my money.
Does not work - I have purchased every product for outlook this company makes. I know, I desperate. None of these apps work. I reached out for support, no response. I got our IT department involved, they cannot figure it out looking at the back end of error messages exchange is generating. Total waste of time.
Take the other review's advice - not worth the money - I was actually able to connect to my OWA but the application is soooo limited that you might as well deal with issues with OWA. 1) sorts don't work - got mine in size order and can't get back to date 2) opening an email takes an unbelievable amount of time 3) no email preview 4) can't file email, can only delete. 5) can't really do any actions to the email other than reply all 6) buttons that are there are very unintuitive 7) etc It's really a proof of concept application. I think it meets the developers goal if it can just connect to the server. Don't expect anything beyond viewing a list of email if you are successful connecting which most reviewers appear not to fall into that category.