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lorcro2000(10:38 AM CEST - Apr,27 2015 )
Outlook for Android does send your user credentials to another server and has that server log into your corporate Excahnge Activesync. That's a pretty glaring security issue right there, as the EAS account is often also the domain login account. That's why the app is blacklisted on the corporate EAS server...

heretic(10:47 AM CEST - Apr,27 2015 )
lorcro2000> Outlook for Android does send your user credentials to another server and has that server log into your corporate Excahnge Activesync. That's a pretty glaring security issue right there, as the EAS account is often also the domain login account. That's why the app is blacklisted on the corporate EAS server...

Are You Kidding Me? :roll:

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