Deploying Outlook for iOS and Android app configuration settings

Summary: How to customize the behavior of Outlook for iOS and Android in your Exchange organization.

Outlook for iOS and Android supports app settings that allow Office 365 and mobile device management (MDM), like Intune, administrators to customize the behavior of the app.

Outlook for iOS and Android supports the following configuration scenarios:

  • Account setup configuration
  • Organization allowed accounts mode
  • General app configuration settings
  • Data protection settings

Each configuration scenario highlights its specific requirements. For example, whether the configuration scenario requires device enrollment, and thus works with any MDM provider, or requires Intune App Protection Policies.

Important

For configuration settings that require device enrollment, with Android the devices must be enrolled via an Android Enterprise work profile and Outlook for Android must be deployed via the managed Google Play store. For more information, please see Set up enrollment of Android work profile devices and Add app configuration policies for managed Android devices.

Account configuration scenarios

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the following app configuration scenarios with enrolled devices:

  • Account setup configuration
  • Organization allowed accounts mode

These configuration scenarios only work with enrolled devices. However, any MDM provider is supported. If you are not using Intune, you need to consult with your MDM documentation on how to deploy these settings. For more information on the configuration keys, see Configuration keys.

Account setup configuration settings

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the ability to "push" account configurations to their Office 365 and on-premises users leveraging hybrid Modern Authentication users. For more information on account setup configuration, see Account setup with modern authentication in Exchange Online.

Organization allowed accounts mode settings

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the ability to restrict email and storage provider accounts to only corporate accounts. For more information on organization allowed accounts mode, please see Account setup with modern authentication in Exchange Online.

General app configuration scenarios

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the ability to customize the default configuration for several in-app settings. This capability is offered for both enrolled devices via any MDM provider and for devices that are not enrolled when Outlook for iOS and Android has an Intune App Protection Policy applied.

Note

If an App Protection Policy is targeted to the users, the recommendation is to deploy the general app configuration settings in a Managed Apps device enrollment model. This ensures the App Configuration Policy is deployed to both enrolled devices and unenrolled devices.

Outlook supports the following settings for configuration:

Setting Default app behavior Notes Recommended configuration
Focused Inbox On Focused Inbox separates your inbox into two tabs, Focused and Other. Your most important emails are on the Focused tab while the rest remains easily accessible (but out of the way) on the Other tab. App default
Require Biometrics to access the app Off

Biometrics, such as TouchID or FaceID, can be required for users to access the app on their device. When required, biometrics is used in addition to the authentication method selected in this profile.

This setting is only available for Outlook for iOS.

If using App Protection Policies, Microsoft recommends disabling this setting to prevent dual access prompts.

Disable
Save Contacts Off

Saving contacts to the mobile device's native address book allows new calls and text messages to be linked with the user's existing Outlook contacts.

The user must grant access to the native Contacts app for contact synchronization to occur.

Enable
External Recipients MailTip On If the sender adds a recipient that's external or adds a distribution group that contains external recipients, the External Recipients MailTip is displayed. This MailTip informs senders if a message they're composing will leave the organization, helping them make the correct decisions about wording, tone, and content. App default
Block external images Off When block external images is enabled, the app prevents the download of images hosted on the Internet that are embedded in the message body by default (the user can still choose to download the images). Enable
Default app signature On Indicates whether the app uses its default signature, "Get Outlook for [OS]", during message composition. Users can add their own signature even when the default signature is disabled. App default
Suggested replies On

By default, Outlook for Android suggests replies in the quick reply compose window. If you select a suggested reply, you can edit the reply before sending it.

This setting is only available for Outlook for Android.

App default
Office Feed On

The Discover capability, powered by Microsoft Graph, provides a feed of your company’s Office files connected to the people in your organization. This feature can be found in the Search experience and only shows documents for which the user has access. This functionality is disabled if Delve is disabled for the user.

This setting is only available for Outlook for iOS.

App default

Settings that are security-related in nature have an additional option, Allow user to change setting. For these settings (Save Contacts, Block external images, and Require Biometrics to access the app), administrators can prevent the user from changing the app's configuration. The administrator's configuration cannot be overridden.

Allow user to change setting does not change the app's behavior. For example, if the admin enables Block external images and prevents user change, then by default external images are not downloaded in messages; however, the user can manually download the images for that message body.

Note

The Allow user to change setting for Require Biometrics to access the app is currently only available as a configuration key. This will be addressed in a future Intune portal update. For more information regarding the configuration key, see Configuration keys.

The following conditions describe Outlook's behavior when implementing various app configurations:

  • If the admin configures a setting with its default value, and the app is configured with the default, then the admin's configuration doesn't have any effect. For example, if the admin sets External recipients MailTip=on, the default value is also on, so Outlook's configuration doesn't change.

  • If the admin configures a setting with the non-default value and the app is configured with the default, then the admin's configuration is applied. For example, the admin sets Focused Inbox=off, but app default is on, so Outlook's configuration for Focused Inbox is off.

  • If the user has configured a non-default value, but the admin has configured a default value and allows user choice, then Outlook retains the user's configured value. For example, the user has enabled contact synchronization, but the admin sets Save Contacts=off and allows user choice, so Outlook keeps contact synchronization on and does not break caller-ID for user.

  • If the admin disables user choice, Outlook always enforces the admin-defined configuration, regardless of the user's configuration or default app configuration. For example, the user has enabled contact synchronization, but the admin sets Save Contacts=off and disables user choice, so contact synchronization gets disabled and the user is prevented from enabling it.

  • If after the MDM configuration is applied, if the user changes the setting value to not match the admin desired value (and user choice is allowed), then the user's configuration is retained. For example, block external images is off by default, admin set Block external images=on, but afterwards, user changes block external images back to off. In this scenario, block external images remains off the next time the policy is applied.

Users are alerted to configuration changes via a notification toast in the app:

notification toast in the app

This notification toast will automatically dismiss after 10 seconds. There are two scenarios where this notification toast will not appear:

  • If the app has previously shown the notification in the last hour.

  • If the app has been installed in less than 24 hours.

Save Contacts

The Save Contacts setting is a special case scenario because unlike the other settings, this setting requires user interaction: the user needs to grant Outlook permissions to access the native Contacts app and the data stored within. If the user does not grant access, then contact synchronization cannot be enabled.

Note

With Android Enterprise, administrators can configure the default permissions assigned to the managed app. Within the policy, you can define that Outlook for Android is granted READ_CONTACTS and WRITE_CONTACTS within the work profile; for more information on how to assign permissions, please see Add app configuration policies for managed Android devices. When assigning default permissions it is important to understand which Android Enterprise deployment models are in use, as the permissions may grant access to personal data.

When enabling Outlook for Android's Save Contacts within Android Enterprise's work profile, Outlook for Android is limited in only being able to access the native Contacts app within the work profile context; this provides a clear separation between work and personal profile data. However, Android Enterprise allows for the dialer and messaging apps within the personal profile to access the local contacts within the work profile. This behavior is enabled by default, but can be controlled via device restrictions; for more information, see Android Enterprise device settings to allow or restrict features using Intune. It's possible that some dialer or messaging apps, whether pre-installed by the device manufacturer or installed from the Play Store, do not properly support this capability.

The workflow for enabling Save Contacts is the same for new accounts and existing accounts.

  1. The user is notified that the administrator has enabled contact synchronization. In Outlook for iOS, the notification occurs within the app, whereas in Outlook for Android, a persistent notification is delivered via the Android notification center.

    Contact sync notification

  2. If the user taps on the notification, the user is prompted to grant access:

    user is prompted for access to contacts

  3. If the user allows Outlook to access the native Contacts app, access is granted and contact synchronization is enabled. If the user denies Outlook access to the native Contacts app, then the user is prompted to go into the OS settings and enable contact synchronization:

    user is prompted to allow Outlook to access the native Contacts app

  4. In the event the user denies Outlook access to the native Contacts app and dismisses the previous prompt, the user may later enable access by navigating to the account configuration within Outlook and tapping Open Settings:

    Outlook account settings

Data protection scenarios

Outlook for iOS and Android supports app configuration policies for the following data protection settings when the app is managed by Intune with an Intune App Protection Policy applied:

  • Managing the use of wearable technology

  • Managing mail and calendar reminder notifications on iOS

  • Managing the contact fields synchronized to the native contacts app

These settings can be deployed to the app regardless of device enrollment status. For more information on the configuration keys, see Configuration keys.

Configure Wearables for Outlook for iOS and Android

By default, Outlook for iOS and Android supports wearable technology, allowing the user to receive message notifications and event reminders, and the ability to interact with messages and view daily calendars. Organizations that want to disable the ability to access corporate data on wearables can block wearables with an App Configuration Policy.

Configure Notifications for Outlook for iOS

The Apple notification architecture ensures that notifications are mirrored on iOS devices and WatchOS. Which device shows the notification depends on the device state: if the Apple Watch is unlocked and on a wrist, while the iOS device is locked, then WatchOS alerts the user with the notification. Apple does not provide a mechanism where you can administratively control and prevent notifications on WatchOS while still allowing them to be delivered on iOS devices.

Organizations that want to disable notifications completely on iOS and WatchOS can do so with an App Configuration Policy. The disadvantage is that the end user will never see new mail notifications or calendar reminders on iOS devices. The user has to launch the Outlook for iOS to discover new mail or see calendar appointments.

Configure Contact Field Sync to native Contacts for Outlook for iOS and Android

The settings allow you to control the contact fields that synchronize between Outlook on iOS and Android and the native Contacts applications.

Note

Outlook for Android supports bi-directional contact synchronization. However, if a user edits a field in the native contacts app that is restricted (such as the Notes field), then that data will not synchronize back into Outlook for Android.

Deploying configuration scenarios with Intune for enrolled devices

The Intune portal enables administrators to easily deploy these settings to Outlook for iOS and Android via App Configuration Policies.

The following steps allow you to create an app configuration policy. After the configuration policy is created, you can assign its settings to groups of users.

Note

Intune notifies the enrolled device to check in with the Intune service for policy changes. The notification times vary, including immediately up to a few hours. For more information, please see Common questions, issues, and resolutions with device policies and profiles in Microsoft Intune.

configuration policy settings

Important

When deploying app configuration policies to managed devices, issues can occur when multiple policies have different values for the same configuration key and are targeted for the same app and user. This is due to the lack of a conflict resolution mechanism for resolving the differing values. You can prevent this by ensuring that only a single app configuration policy for managed devices is defined and targeted for the same app and user.

Create an app configuration policy for Outlook for iOS and Android

  1. Sign into the Azure portal.

  2. Select More Services > Monitoring + Management > Intune.

  3. On the Client apps blade of the Manage list, select App configuration policies.

  4. On the App Configuration policies blade, choose Add.

  5. On the Add app configuration blade, enter a Name, and optional Description for the app configuration settings.

  6. For Device enrollment type, choose Managed devices.

  7. For Platform, choose either iOS or Android.

  8. For Associated app, choose Select the required app, and then, on the Targeted apps blade, choose Outlook.

    Note

    If Outlook is not listed as an available app, then you must add it by following the instructions in Assign apps to Android work profile devices with Intune and Add iOS store apps to Microsoft Intune.

  9. Click OK to return to the Add app configuration blade.

  10. Choose Configuration Settings. On the Configuration blade, select Use configuration designer for the Configuration settings format.

  11. If you want to deploy account setup configuration, select Yes for Configure email account settings and configure appropriately:

    Note

    If an App Protection Policy is targeted to the users, the recommendation is to deploy the general app configuration settings in a Managed Apps device enrollment model instead of using Managed devices. This ensures the App Configuration Policy is deployed to both enrolled devices and unenrolled devices.

    • For Authentication type, select Modern authentication. This is required for Office 365 accounts or on-premises accounts leveraging hybrid modern authentication.

    • For Username attribute from AAD, select User Principal Name.

    • For Email address attribute from AAD, select Primary SMTP Address.

    • If you want to configure Outlook for iOS and Android such that only the work or school account can be used, select Require for Allow only work or school accounts.

  12. If you want to deploy general app configuration settings, configure the desired settings accordingly:

    • For Focused Inbox, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off.

    • For Require Biometrics to access the app, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On, Off (app default). When selecting On or Off, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value. This setting is only available in Outlook for iOS.

      Important

      If the account is protected by an Intune App Protection Policy that requires a PIN to access the protected account, then the Require Biometrics to access the app setting should be disabled, otherwise the user is prompted with multiple authentication prompts when accessing the app.

    • For Save Contacts, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On, Off (app default). When selecting On or Off, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value.

    • For Suggested Replies, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off. This setting is only available in Outlook for Android.

    • For Office Feed, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off. This setting is only available in Outlook for iOS.

    • For External recipients MailTip, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off.

    • For Default app signature, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off.

    • For Block external images, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On, Off (app default). When selecting On or Off, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value.

  13. When you are done, choose OK.

  14. On the Add app configuration blade, choose Add.

The newly created configuration policy is displayed on the App configuration blade.

Note

For Managed devices you will need to create a separate app configuration policy for each platform. Also, Outlook will need to be installed from the Company Portal for the configuration settings to take effect.

Assign the configuration policy settings that you created

You assign the settings to groups of users in Azure Active Directory. When a user has the Microsoft Outlook app installed, the app is managed by the settings you have specified. To do this:

  1. From the Intune blade, on the Mobile apps blade of the Manage list, select App configuration policies.

  2. From the list of app configuration policies, select the one you want to assign.

  3. On the next blade, choose Assignments.

  4. On the Assignments blade, select the Azure AD group to which you want to assign the app configuration, and then choose OK.

Deploying configuration scenarios with Intune for unenrolled devices

If you are using Microsoft Intune as your mobile app management provider, the following steps allow you to create an app configuration policy. After the configuration is created, you can assign its settings to groups of users.

Note

Intune managed apps will check-in with an interval of 30 minutes for Intune App Configuration Policy status, when deployed in conjunction with an Intune App Protection Policy. If an Intune App Protection Policy isn't assigned to the user, then the Intune App Configuration Policy check-in interval is set to 720 minutes.

Create an app configuration policy for Outlook for iOS and Android

  1. Sign in to the Azure portal.

  2. Select More Services > Monitoring + Management > Intune.

  3. On the Client apps blade of the Manage list, select App configuration policies.

  4. On the App Configuration policies blade, choose Add.

  5. On the Add app configuration blade, enter a Name, and optional Description for the app configuration settings.

  6. For Device enrollment type, choose Managed apps.

  7. For Associated app, choose Select the required app, and then, on the Targeted apps blade, choose Outlook by selecting both the iOS and Android platform Outlook apps.

  8. Click OK to return to the Add app configuration blade.

  9. Choose Configuration Settings. On the Configuration blade, click the Outlook tab.

  10. If you want to deploy general app configuration settings, configure the desired settings accordingly:

    • For Focused Inbox, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No.

    • For Require Biometrics to access the app, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes, No (app default). When selecting Yes or No, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value. This setting is only available in Outlook for iOS.

      Important

      If the account is protected by an Intune App Protection Policy that requires a PIN to access the protected account, then the Require Biometrics to access the app setting should be disabled, otherwise the user is prompted with multiple authentication prompts when accessing the app.

    • For Save Contacts, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes, No (app default). When selecting Yes or No, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value.

    • For Suggested Replies, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No. This setting is only available in Outlook for Android.

    • For Office Feed, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No. This setting is only available in Outlook for iOS.

    • For External recipients MailTip, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No.

    • For Default app signature, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No.

    • For Block external images, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes, No (app default). When selecting Yes or No, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value.

  11. If you want to manage the data protection settings, configure the desired settings accordingly:

    • For Org data on wearables, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No.

    • For Mail Notifications, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No. When selecting Yes or No, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value. This setting is only available on Outlook for iOS.

    • For Calendar Notifications, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No. When selecting Yes or No, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value. This setting is only available on Outlook for iOS.

  12. If you want to manage which contact fields sync to the native contacts apps, configure the desired settings accordingly:

    • For each contact field setting, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), Yes (app default), No.
  13. When you are done, choose OK.

  14. On the Add app configuration blade, choose Add.

The newly created configuration policy is displayed on the App configuration blade.

Assign the configuration settings that you created

You assign the settings to groups of users in Azure Active Directory. When a user has the Microsoft Outlook app installed, the app is managed by the settings you have specified. To do this:

  1. From the Intune blade, on the Mobile apps blade of the Manage list, select App configuration policies.

  2. From the list of app configuration policies, select the one you want to assign.

  3. On the next blade, choose Assignments.

  4. On the Assignments blade, select the Azure AD group to which you want to assign the app configuration, and then choose OK.

Configuration keys

Account setup configuration

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the ability to "push" account configurations to their Office 365 users. For more information on account setup configuration, see Account setup with modern authentication in Exchange Online.

Key Value Device Enrollment Type
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.EmailAddress This key specifies the email address to be used for sending and receiving mail.

Value type: String

Accepted values: Email address

Default if not specified: <blank>

Required: Yes

Example: user@companyname.com
Managed devices
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.EmailUPN This key specifies the User Principal Name or username for the email profile that is used to authenticate the account.

Value type: String

Accepted values: UPN Address or username

Default if not specified: <blank>

Required: Yes

Example: userupn@companyname.com
Managed devices
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.AccountType This key specifies the account type being configured based on the authentication model.

Value type: String

Accepted values: ModernAuth

Required: Yes

Example: ModernAuth
Managed devices

Organization allowed accounts mode settings

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the ability to restrict email and storage provider accounts to only corporate accounts. For more information on organization allowed accounts mode, please see Account setup with modern authentication in Exchange Online.

Key Value Platform Device Enrollment Type
IntuneMAMAllowedAccountsOnly This key specifies whether organization allowed account mode is active.

Value type: String

Accepted values: Enabled, Disabled

Required: Yes

Value: Enabled
iOS Managed devices
IntuneMAMUPN This key specifies the User Principal Name for the account.

Value type: String

Accepted values: UPN Address

Required: Yes

Example: userupn@companyname.com
iOS Managed devices
com.microsoft.intune.mam.AllowedAccountUPNs This key specifies the UPNs allowed for organization allowed account mode.

Accepted values: UPN Address

Required: Yes

Example: userupn@companyname.com
Android Managed devices

General app configuration settings

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators the ability to customize the default configuration for several in-app settings.

Key Value Device Enrollment Type
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.FocusedInbox This key specifies whether Focused Inbox is enabled. Setting the value to false will disable Focused Inbox.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Auth.Biometric This key specifies whether FaceID or TouchID is required to access the app. Setting the value to true will enable biometric access. This key is only supported with Outlook for iOS.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: false

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Auth.Biometric.UserChangeAllowed This key specifies whether the biometric setting can be changed by the end user. This key is only supported with Outlook for iOS.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values:

true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Contacts.LocalSyncEnabled This key specifies whether the app should sync Outlook contacts to the native Contacts app. Setting the value to true will enable contact sync.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: false

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Contacts.LocalSyncEnabled.UserChangeAllowed This key specifies whether the contact sync setting can be changed by the end user.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.ExternalRecipientsToolTipEnabled This key specifies whether the External Recipients MailTip is enabled. Setting the value to false will disable the MailTip.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.BlockExternalImagesEnabled This key specifies whether external images are blocked by default. Setting the value to true will enable blocking external images.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: false

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.BlockExternalImagesEnabled.UserChangeAllowed This key specifies whether the Block External Images setting can be changed by the end user.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.DefaultSignatureEnabled This key specifies whether the app uses its default signature. Setting the value to false will disable the app's default signature.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.SuggestedRepliesEnabled This key specifies whether the app enables Suggested Replies. Setting the value to false will disable the app's ability to suggest replies. This key is only supported with Outlook for Android.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.SuggestedRepliesEnabled.UserChangeAllowed This key specifies whether the Suggested Replies setting can be changed by the end user. This key is only supported with Outlook for Android.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.officeFeedEnabled This key specifies whether the app enables the Office Feed which shows the user's and the user's coworkers Office files. Setting the value to false will disable the Office Feed. This key is only supported with Outlook for iOS.

Value type: Boolean

Accepted values: true, false

Default if not specified: true

Required: No

Example: false
Managed Devices, Managed Apps

Data protection settings

Outlook for iOS and Android offers administrators additional data protection capabilities when Outlook is managed by Intune and has an Intune App Protection Policy.

Key Value Device Enrollment Type
com.microsoft.intune.mam.areWearablesAllowed This key specifies if Outlook data can be synchronized to a wearable device. Setting the value to false disables wearable synchronization.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: false
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.NotificationsEnabled This key specifies if Outlook allows mail notifications. Setting the value to false disables mail notifications.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: false
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Mail.NotificationsEnabled.UserChangeAllowed This key specifies if the user can adjust the mail notification setting within the app. Setting the value to false prevents the user from adjusting the mail notification setting.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: false
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Calendar.NotificationsEnabled This key specifies if Outlook allows calendar reminder notifications. Setting the value to false disables calendar reminder notifications.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: false
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.Calendar.NotificationsEnabled.UserChangeAllowed This key specifies if the user can adjust the calendar reminder notification setting within the app. Setting the value to false prevents the user from adjusting the calendar reminder notification setting.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: false
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.AddressAllowed This key specifies if the contact's address should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.BirthdayAllowed This value specifies if the contact's birthday should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.CompanyAllowed This key specifies if the contact's company name should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.DepartmentAllowed This key specifies if the contact's department should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.EmailAllowed This key specifies if the contact's email address should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.InstantMessageAllowed This key specifies if the contact's instant messaging address should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.JobTitleAllowed This key specifies if the contact's job title should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.NicknameAllowed This key specifies if the contact's nickname should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.NotesAllowed This key specifies if the contact's notes should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhoneHomeAllowed This key specifies if the contact's home phone number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhoneHomeFaxAllowed This key specifies if the contact's home fax number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhoneMobileAllowed This key specifies if the contact's mobile phone number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhoneOtherAllowed This key specifies if the contact's other phone number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhonePagerAllowed This key specifies if the contact's pager phone number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhoneWorkAllowed This value specifies if the work phone number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PhoneWorkFaxAllowed This key specifies if the contact's work fax number should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.PrefixAllowed This key specifies if the contact's name prefix should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps
com.microsoft.outlook.ContactSync.SuffixAllowed This key specifies if the contact's name suffix should be synchronized to native contacts.
Accepted values: true, false
Default if not specified: true
Example: true
Managed apps