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I have the same question Previous Next. Hi, Which type of email account is configured in Outlook? Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Ofer Replied on June 12, My email account is Office for business.
Will notify only selected sub-folder
Volunteer Moderator. In reply to Ofer's post on June 12, What account type did you choose when you created the account on the device? Ofer Replied on June 13, Actually when I added the email account on my outlook for android it never asked me for the type of the account. I was just asked to enter my email address and then the password and it is done. Do we have the same outlook application for android?
In reply to Ofer's post on June 13, I use the built-in Android Email app. I didn't like the Outlook for Android app. I don't use subfolders for my account, but I'll create some and populate them with some messages to see how they work or don't work for me, then get back to you if I see something you don't. I'll give it a shot in both the built-in E-mail app and Outlook for Android.
Ofer Replied on June 14, Hope to hear from you soon.cesbfooneco.tk
Outlook app mail sub-folders do not sync and do not seen on android phone home screen
If your email app isn't present on the above list, feel free to Zuul me and I'll be glad to add it to the list. There is no option to set notifications on sub folders using the stock email app.
You can set each folder to sync but only the inbox will throw a notification. There are some email apps that will do it though.
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K9 is another popular email app but I have not tested for this functionality. Since Google didn't seem to work on this feature, I've implemented it myself. You can download my app and my code changes in this XDA thread. I was able to achieve this on my Droid running version 4. I now receive email notifications on my phone using the stock app , even though the messages are going to a folder outside of the Inbox.
In the Email app in my Android 4. By setting a particular folder to Push instead of Manual sync, I receive notifications when e-mails arrive in a sub-folder as well. In fact, you can specify that certain folders can show up in your primary list, only certain folders receive notifications when messages received, or only certain folders participate in push. Furthermore, you can specify these settings on an individual basis based on the concepts of tiers classes. This is kind of like first and second class favorite folders; you can force subfolders to be displayed above your main Inbox, for instance.
For example, you can specify that a folder is a first-tier notification folder, but a second-tier visibility folder.
All of these settings are independent and very controllable, but they are just a click away in each folder's settings. To go further, you can set certain folders to notify based on their notification tier level first, second, or none. See the documentation for K-9 folders here: This documentation is OLD!
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In current versions of K-9, there is now support for Folder Notification classes as well, so you can specify that some folders notify and some do not. One thing to be aware of: That's not what you want.
A few of the best Exchange Email Applications for Android.
Ask Question. The stock Email or Gmail or something else? Does the ICS Email app allow you to get notifications on folders other than inbox? This list covers the most popular ones: Email Allows you to have a notification on the status bar, when activated within the application: Access the application; Tap your device "home" button; Tap "Account Settings"; Scroll your way to "Notification settings"; Tick the checkbox for "Email notifications".
Gmail Allows you to have a notification on the status bar for each one of the configured accounts. Can be activated within the application: Access the application; Tap your device "home" button; Tap "more"; Tap "Settings"; Tap over the desired account; Scroll your way to "Notification settings"; Tick the checkbox for "Email notifications". K-9 Mail Allows you to have a notification on the status bar for each one of the configured accounts.
Access the application; Tap your device "home" button; Tap "more"; Tap "Accounts"; Long Tap over the desired account; From the popup, tap "Account settings"; Scroll your way to "Notifications" and tap it; Tick the checkbox for "New mail notifications". MailDroid Allows you to have a notification on the status bar, when activated within the application: Access the application; Tap your device "home" button; Tap "Preferences"; Scroll your way to "Notifications" and tap it; Select the icon for the status bar from the dropdown; Tick the checkbox for "Show separate notification", aditionally you can tick the checkbox for "show once"; Yahoo!