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App has not been updated to play nice with revamped notifications on Android Oreo, I don't get any notification of new email whatsoever. This is a huge problem for a business-oriented email client. App also constantly crashes on Android Oreo. **"Update in reply to dev response: Battery optimization is already disabled for all Sophos apps on my phone. Notifications are broken in this app. Nothing shows in the notifications shade, no sound plays (although I've set a custom notification sound for email from this app), and no vibration. If my work allowed I would use another mail client. Please update this app to support Android Oreo's new notification system. Email without notification is nearly useless.
Liked but it's not having view unread mail option as well as no notification apart from the inbox if I have multiple subfolder and mails are moving from inbox to that folder. No notification. No option to select multiple emails at a time. Please add these features.
very nice features with some major issues. 1. Crashes several times per day on Pixel 2 XL 2. Notifications only on inbox 3. Huge battery drain with push enabled. 25% of battery use in 19 hours Was hoping to roll out to corp users but not with those three issues. Too bad.
This worked reasonably but now notifications have stopped sounding. The only setting that uses the assigned notification ringtone is 'Real Push Notification' which doesn't give any sender or subject details in the notification - all other options are now silent, which is not fantastically useful. Please look into this - I reported this to appsupport but have had no reply after 5 days... (have tried uninstalling, re-registering etc)
After 2 updates, the following is still an issue: Won't save email ringtone. After I set it, once I back out to the "Email settings" screen, it forgets what I set it to and goes back to using the default system ringtone. Setting a calendar ringtone works fine.
Constantly pops up the secure email screen even when other apps are running in the foreground. Doesn't obey silent notification setting when phone is in vibrate mode. Must have ringer turned on to not get notified for ever my email. Sadly, this is the best version released for android so far.
Great start. App is a little unstable, but getting better with each update. I don't see how the device mailbox sync will scale with larger inboxes on newly added devices, but time will tell. Would really love to see more features: alias/secondary email addresses, encrypted cloud backup (Gdrive/Dropbox), contact sync, custom/personal domains, calendar... all things in good time. Lots of potential.
I've switched to this from Google Authenticator. I really like the facts that it requires no Internet connection authority nor does it access the local accounts on my phone. However, it definitely has a problem scanning QR codes; it often times takes *minutes* to scan a code. (At times, I've given up on scanning after several minutes and hand-entered the code.)
I'm using this app for quite some time now, and so far it was very reliable, does not require any permission to access the Internet, and I'm able to manage many 2FA services with ease. Things I miss: a way to backup my services and perhaps a pin protection
My email provider sent me to this app to enable two-step identifications so I gave it a try (am still trying to get into the email other than sms to my phone) App use instructions are ridiculous - the app screen says add your account: what account? what password? there is no setting to create one so... do I need to create a new account each time I use the app? I tried my email account and password (which would have been dumb) and fortunately that didn't work but apparently only because of restrictions on pw but.... there is no information about length of pw needed nor character restrictions so it's completely trial and error, which is frustrating at best. For example, when trying to create a password, the app will not accept the number 8 nor special characters such as ! ... really? Using the QR code seemed simpler so I tried using the QR code that my email provider created and the app cannot read/interpret it though it generates a code anyway (not accepted by my email provider) Another useless attempt at sw. I have a Nexus 6P made by Huawei....