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Q: Can I have my Office356 email read out loud?
A: You can now have your Office365 email read out loud (spoken to you) using your phone's text-to-speech capability and Speaking Email's secure connection to Office365.
Speaking Email is a cut down email client with simple to use voice commands designed to be safe to use while driving. Speaking Email supports Microsoft Office365 on our iPhone and Android apps.
Action emails with your voice, just by speaking commands such as “mark as read”, “archive”, “next“, “forward” or “reply”. All actions are synced to your Office 365 exchange online mailbox (using our built in ActiveSync or Microsoft Graph API for Office 365 Mail connectors).
Dictate reply and forward email messages using speech-to-text dictation.
Speaking Email is the only app that lets you listen to your Office 365 email using speech to text, intelligently extracting speakable content from each email to read out loud to you. As well as interact by voice command with your Office365 email keeping your Outlook inbox in sync. And enable dictation of replies through text to speech, with your replies and forwarded messages visible in your Sent Items folder of Outlook Online / Office 365.
Speaking Email makes Office 365 mail not only available anywhere but actionable through the modality of speech, so you can do email without even looking, opening up other places and times for email, such as while commuting or doing the dishes.
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What is Speaking Email?
An app for iPhone and Android that reads your email out loud to you. It intelligently extracts content from emails (minus the signatures, disclaimers and threads). And it lets you action your email - archive, mark-as-read, trash, flag, reply, or forward. It can be completely by voice command, or use the large on-screen buttons or full screen touch gestures.
Who is it for?
People with blindness or visual impairment. People who are busy and run out of time to get through their inbox. People who want to make productive use of time when driving between appointments.