These are some of the standard features available in OWA:
Shared Mailbox Access Just right-click on your name in the left folder navigation, click Add shared folder, enter the email address or name of the user you have access to, then click Add. It'll show up under your mailbox along the left.
Click and Drag Support Easily move messages to folders or change the date and/or time of an appointment on your calendar by just clicking and dragging it.
Rules Right-click on a message to quickly create a rule. Customize it to meet your needs, then click OK. Edit your existing rules, or create additional ones by clicking on the gear icon at the top right of the page, clicking Options, then Inbox rules under Mail > Automatic processing on the left.
Notifications Sounds and Alerts If you keep OWA in a tab while you work or surf elsewhere on the web, you'll hear the same notification sound that the desktop client uses for new messages. If you are using any of the OWA components, you'll receive a pop-up notification message similar to the one below.
Recover Deleted Items If you delete an item, it goes to your Deleted Items folder which is easily recoverable by just clicking and dragging it back to its original location. If you delete it from your Deleted Items folder, it goes to something called the "dumpster." By default in Office 365, items in the dumpster are recoverable for up to 14 days. To recover an item, right-click on your Deleted Items folder then click on Recover deleted items. You'll get a pop-up window that will allow you to search for and select messages to recover.
Shared Calendar Access Open calendars you have access to and see them side-by-side with your own calendar. You'll also be able to modify those calendars if you have the appropriate permissions.
Again, OWA is a web app version of the Outlook desktop client and only has the most essential features available. Here are some things that are missing or not fully supported, in which case you'll need to fire up your desktop client or try a workaround.
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