The Worx mobile apps include WorxMail and WorxWeb. These two mobile apps let users easily access their email, calendar, and contacts, as well as intranet web sites. Citrix provides these apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets.
Users can start WorxWeb on their mobile device to access intranet web sites. You can limit access to certain web sites to comply with your organization's compliance rules. When users click an intranet link in an email message, WorxWeb starts and goes to the intranet site without any further authentication check. If users connect to your intranet from a remote location, the connection goes through NetScaler Gateway automatically. MDX Interapp technology ensures that SSO and app communications happen in a transparent manner to the user. If users click a mailto link on the page they are browsing in WorxWeb, an email compose form from WorxMail opens. Users can upload data to ShareFile that users download from the web by using WorxWeb.
WorxMail gives users access to their email, calendar, and contacts. It works with Microsoft Exchange and ActiveSync messaging protocol. Users can also access documents in ShareFile from their email account. When users open a document in WorxMail, they can only download documents to their ShareFile space on the device. When you manage the ShareFile space on the user device, documents are secure and you can enforce compliance rules.
Citrix provides WorxWeb and WorxMail as wrapped mobile apps for iOS and Android. You upload the apps to App Controller in the same way you upload other wrapped iOS and Android mobile apps. Users subscribe to WorxWeb and WorxMail in Citrix Receiver.
WorxMail is the XenMobile enterprise email, calendar, and contacts application that provides secure access to corporate email and attachments.
Android users: Tap General and then tap Organize by Thread.
In the WorxMail Calendar, meetings in blue have been accepted and meetings in grey have yet to be accepted or rejected.
|Accept the invitation.|
|Tentatively accept the invitation.|
|Decline the invitation.|
Frequently, after sending a meeting invitation, you may need to reschedule the meeting, change the invite list, change the location, or make other revisions.
One of the great new features in WorxMail is the ability to 'Fast Join' a GoToMeeting from a calendar invite inside of WorxMail. So now, even on the go from your device, all you need to do is click once and GoToMeeting is automatically launched. Or, you can dial directly into a meeting from the same calendar invite.
You can send feedback to Citrix regarding WorxMail to ask questions, send us ideas for app improvement, or if you are running into any issues.
With the release of XenMobile 8.6.1, users can now open .wav and .mp3 audio attachments in WorxMail on iOS devices. The .wav format is the most common format used by service providers to convert voicemail messages to email attachments.
The Microsoft-defined interface standard for .wav is followed widely. Other details to note about the .wav format are as follows:
The following table shows the complete list of file formats and indicates which formats are supported in WorxMail 8.6.1.
|File format||Supported in WorxMail 8.6.1|
You can send a secure text message to anyone in your WorxMail Contacts list on your iOS device. You can also send FaceTime messages to people in your Contacts list.
WorxWeb is a consumer-like, locally installed, mobile browser for iOS and Android devices that enables secure access to internal web, external SaaS, and HTML5 web applications. WorxWeb leverages MDX technologies to create a dedicated VPN tunnel for accessing your organization’s internal network and the other MDX security features to ensure that your users can access all of their websites, including those with sensitive information. WorxWeb offers a seamless user experience in its integration with WorxMail to allow your users to click links, such as "mailto," and have the native apps open inside the secure container on the mobile device.