How to access all your email accounts on Outlook.com
Your guide Mark Wyciślik-Wilson says… “Many of us manage to amass several email addresses over the years – here’s how to use Outlook.com to access them all in one place”
Just about everyone has an email address nowadays, and many of us have several. If you’ve been using the Internet for a number of years, have moved between ISPs or just fancied trying out different services, the chances are you have two or more addresses. Using a desktop email client makes it easy to check several email addresses in the same place, but if you want to do the same online you’ll have to get things set up correctly.
Outlook.com is a great web-based email service that you can access from any computer with an Internet connection, and we’re going to show you how to configure it to pull in email from other accounts, so if you have email accounts with Yahoo, Gmail or others, you’ll be able to access all them in Outlook.
If you already have an Outlook.com email address, you can skip the first step and add your other accounts.
Mark’s best tip! Make the inboxes of your secondary email accounts easier to access by adding them to your Favourites.