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Meet the newest Outlook features for iOS and Android

Microsoft continued to improve its mobile mail client for both Apple iOS and Google Android with new features and visuals.
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By Kevin Tofel on
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Three-day calendar view

Tablets and large phones will benefit from this new calendar view.

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Searching the enterprise

You can now search the Global Address List (GAL) through Outlook on a phone or tablet.

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People section in Outlook

Contact views are beefed up with the new People section, complete with one-touch communication buttons.

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Empty the trash

Permanent message deletion is just a tap away.

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Contact data from local storage

Android users will have locally stored contact data pulled into Outlook for a more universal address book.

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Search highlighting

Visual cues make it easier to find your search terms in messages.

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