Multi-identity in the managed Outlook app – Part 2

This blog post will show the behavior of the multi identities in the Microsoft Outlook app, as described in my posts about multi-identity in the managed Outlook app – part 1 and the Microsoft Intune Managed Browser. I’ve made four small movies that will show the behavior of the Microsoft Outlook app. A general note with these movies is that they’ll start to blink and act all funny at the moments that a managed app is opened, or a when a PIN is required.

Part I – Install and configure the Microsoft Outlook app

In this first part I’ll show how the Microsoft Outlook app behaves during the installation and initial configuration. During this movie I’ll go through the following actions:

  • Open the Company Portal app;
  • Install the Microsoft Outlook app;
  • Open the Microsoft Outlook app;
  • Configure the PIN.

Part II – Open URLs in the Microsoft Outlook app

In this second part I’ll show how the Microsoft Outlook app behaves with opening URLs. During this movie I’ll go through the following actions:

  • Open the Microsoft Outlook app;
  • Open a blocked URL from company email;
  • Open an allowed URL from company email;
  • Open an URL from personal email.

Part III – Copy and paste content in the Microsoft Outlook app

In this third part I’ll show how the Microsoft Outlook app behaves with copying and pasting content to different apps. During this movie I’ll go through the following actions:

  • Open the Microsoft Outlook app;
  • Copy content from company email;
  • Paste the content in an unmanaged app;
  • Paste the content in a managed app;
  • Copy content from personal email;
  • Paste the content in any app.

Part IV – Open and save attachments in the Microsoft Outlook app

In this fourth part I’ll show how the Microsoft Outlook app behaves with saving attachments. During this movie I’ll go through the following actions:

  • Open the Microsoft Outlook app;
  • Open an attachment from company email;
  • Save the attachment;
  • Open an attachment from personal email;
  • Save the attachment.

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