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”

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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.

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