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    John Nickell commented  · 

    It is incredibly frustrating trying to assist /or promote this security feature when it fails so poorly. It does work most of the time, but when it fails, it fails tremendously with no real recourse for the end user or admin.

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    John Nickell commented  · 

    I can't stress too much how much I want this feature. I'm trying out the Outlook app as part of experimenting with O365's built in MDM for our company. I've been using Touchdown for many years and it supports this function. I think most built in native email clients have it as well.

    At a minimum being able to set it to a sync interval for something other than PUSH would be a positive step.
    Scenario 1: I'm at work, in front of my computer. I don't need my phone buzzing every time I get an email. I have Outlook open on my computer. It just adds to the stress level by over-notification. Because I'm occasionally away from my desk, I don't want turn the notifications off totally. I had Touchdown set to sync every 2 hours. That would give me the ability to reasonably stay ahead of any notification spam on my phone.
    Scenario 2: On Vacation where I still want to be 'somewhat' in touch. I could turn the polling frequency down to 4 hours.
    Scenario 3: On vacation, and I don't want to be bothered unless I have the time. I could then turn the polling to manual.
    Scenario 4: I am at work, away from my computer for a consistent period of time. Then I could turn it on PUSH.

    Stress relieved... I'm not so much looking for battery preservation, just sanity preservation.

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