Consolidating email addresses outlook

25-Oct-2019 02:07

A- It all depends on your preferences, but using an online master email account means that all your email is available in one place and from anywhere in the world using a web mail client.Q- If I consolidate the email in a master online mailbox e.g.2 Gmail accounts then you cannot open two accounts at the same time in the same browser. Chrome to access one account, and Firefox to access the other account.If you use the Google Chrome browser then you could create two chrome accounts and use one account for one mailbox and the other chrome account for the other.Because we use email for many different purposes we often have to deal with multiple email accounts, addresses and devices e,g laptops,smart phones etc.For example, you may have a work email account, and also a private email account that you need to access.

Although certain methods will keep the email separate there are privacy issues that you need to consider when you consolidate email accounts. Desktop email clients like outlook,outlook express and Apps (tablets and phones) can be configured to access multiple email accounts at the same time. Some clients keep the emails separate while others use a single universal inbox.

To do this he could simply access each mailbox separately by using Web mail to login to each account.

The accounts would all need to support Webmail access.

He then configures his account to read email from the other two email accounts and place it into his inbox.

See Note: -It is important that you only use the main account to send emails if you want all of your sent emails to be available in the one account.

Although certain methods will keep the email separate there are privacy issues that you need to consider when you consolidate email accounts. Desktop email clients like outlook,outlook express and Apps (tablets and phones) can be configured to access multiple email accounts at the same time. Some clients keep the emails separate while others use a single universal inbox.To do this he could simply access each mailbox separately by using Web mail to login to each account.The accounts would all need to support Webmail access.He then configures his account to read email from the other two email accounts and place it into his inbox.See Note: -It is important that you only use the main account to send emails if you want all of your sent emails to be available in the one account.If you consolidate email accounts using a master mailbox then the master account contains all of your emails, and would allow an hacker easy access to all email accounts if it were compromised.