You can give this a try: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...reflex.screens
I suspect I know the answer to this and it will probably be a negative one, but here goes anyway!!
I use Outlook 2007 on my Desktop PC. I do not use Exchange or any other webmail. Away from home I used to simply transfer the whole of my email information, including my archive, onto a netbook via the backup facility provided by Outlook. This allowed me to access new mail and old folders. I have now replaced my netbook with the Asus TF101. Under my current tablet setup I use the stock app, which allows to access new mail very successfully. The problem is I have no access to my "archive".
Is there any app that will allow me to copy my "archive" onto the tablet without resorting to the cloud option e.g. download the "archive" onto USB and copy back to the tablet. For the time being I simply want to retain my personal information on my devices.
I am sure there are other with a similar ambition to me, but has anyone cracked it?
Apologies for late reply!
I have downloaded and tested the app and it seems to work in terms of what I want to achieve. It does not get great reviews, but I think it will do the job for me. There are some issues which I will email them about, notably the Personal Folders layout. In Outlook I have created main folders and subfolders, but this app seems to simply list all folders, main or subfolders, into one A-Z list. That is fine for me, as I only intend to use the app to carry the archive and not as a replacement for my "active" email app. To do that you have to either setup a cloud account (which is what I am trying to avoid) or attach the tablet to the PC via cable.
Many thanks for bringing the app to my attention.
Having used the app for a few weeks I found it does not do what I hoped - my fault not the app. It does not carry a copy of my email archive on a permanent basis "away from home". The tablet has to be within wireless reach of the PC carrying the Outlook information. If not it cannot retrieve the data. It will work via the cloud, but I had hoped to avoid that solution.