Clearly I have nothing better to do than setup a VM domain @ home this evening and install exchange 2013 :P
Below are a *ton* of screenshots from the new OWA. Ask me if you want anything I'm missing.
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eejit (18th July 2012)
If I'm honest - it looks hideous!
I personally think the OWA in exchange 2010 is spot on.
It's not so bad if you pick one of the themes.
It also now loads photos from Active directory (If you have them) Previously only Outlook 2010 did this.
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AngryTechnician (18th July 2012)
Themes make it look better - personally i don't like the metro style look (not liking metro doesn't help!). I prefer having the sections defined by lines rather then just looking too plain.
I like it.
Metro on iPhone
The whitespace on the full OWA makes some things confusing, i.e creating a new calender entry doesn't explicitly show where you start entering the body of the entry (where I wrote "Hello!" on this screenshot http://www.edugeek.net/attachments/f...7-21-44-22.png )
My god, it's full of Windows Phone... apologies to Kubric.
I like it apart from the random YELLING. You need to medicate your developers properly otherwise their rage leaks out.
I like some bits and not others, I like how its very Windows Phone but I have a Windows Phone so guess that is why I like that, the blandness isn't attractive, but I am sure a quick command can force a common theme across an organisation as the yellow in EX 2010 looks nice and simple to start with
Will have to see how it matures.
Can j post some shots of EAC Pleaae
EAC is gone, It's been replaced with the online only ECP (See the last few screenshots in the first post)
I'm undecided if this is a good thing or not.
I really like it
Someone in the design team must be a real fan of Windows 1.0 \ 2.0... the Windows 8 default cyan \ blue theme looks like we've landed in the 80's again
Not a fan of the vast amounts of of white space, too bright for my liking and no distinction between areas of the screen, same with a lot of the Windows 8 default Metro apps
Can't wait for this to come out, this is looking decent!
hmmm, yeah i can't say I'm a fan although it looks a lot like the replacement to Hotmail in Outlook.com!! Funny how that happened!
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