The following is a look at of some of the Outlook App for iPhone features and how DejaOffice Compares.
|No Category Support||Color Categories|
|No Tasks. No Notes||Integrated Tasks and Notes|
|No Sync to Native||Sync to Native Contacts and Calendar|
|No Sort or Search||Advanced Sort and Search|
|Basic Widget||Advanced Widgets|
|No Sync Options||Full Control of Sync Direction|
|No support for IMAP/POP||Fully supports Contact and Calendar
Sync for IMAP/POP Accounts
Even with a quick glance the amount of information displayed by DejaOffice
over the Outlook App is apparent. The DejaContacts give detailed
information about your contacts without even opening the individual
Outlook App only offers a single list view and no sorting or grouping options, the DejaContacts can be sorted by First Name, Last Name, Company, Nickname, File As, or even a Custom Field. Grouping options include, Company, Category, City, City and Zip, Country, Country and Zip, and a Custom Field.
Outlook App does not have Search, or Map functions.
The Outlook Android supports two views: Agenda and Day view.
With the DejaOffice app you get six views: Day, Week, Work-Week, Month, Year, and Agenda (List).
DejaCalendar supports advanced recurrence patterns, categorization and quick editing of events. Further options for filtering and view settings can be found in the DejaCalendar Settings to display your data just the way you like it.
Outlook App does not support tasks.
DejaOffice offers full support for your Outlook Tasks, including Priorities, Status, Completion Percentage, and more. As with all other data synced to DejaOffice, Tasks can be sorted and grouped by several fields. DejaTasks support multiple Priority Styles including the Franklin style.
Outlook App does not support notes.
DejaOffice app supports the standalone notes portion of Outlook as well. Contact and Calendar notes will sync within the associated Contact or Event. As with all other data in DejaOffice, there are several Sorting and Grouping options for your Notes. Most Android’s do come with a Notes App. Typically these notes are local only to the device.
Outlook App synchronizes through Microsoft Exchange (Office 365). So you must have
a subscription to this service. The sync is relatively slow, taking as long as 15 minutes
to update information to your PC. Data is stored in Microsoft Servers, and is subject to their
privacy terms, which allows them to provide "enhanced features" based on your data.
DejaOffice supports secure USB, Wi-Fi and DejaCloud Sync. DejaCloud will synchronize all your changes in seconds.