Did you know that Outlook 2010 can handle all of your email accounts? It can and when you set it up, it provides a single interface for all mails. If you have many accounts, this can be a huge time and energy saving.
You need two tasks to handle emails in Outlook. The first contains Outlook Outlook or Comcast settings, or the email services you use.
I can not cover this part of the project here because this title will use many articles to address all common email services. That is why I gave you the link at the end of the article. This will lead you to a site that contains detailed instructions for setting up the most common email services.
The second part of this is to know how to work with different accounts after creating them. The rest of the article deals with this topic.
What to Do When You Receive Messages
If you have everything in the first part of the process, Outlook will automatically check your email account based on the Send / Receive Group settings.
When you are in Outlook 2010, messages are stored in different places depending on the messaging protocol used by the service. For example, Gmail or Hotmail accounts usually end in their own folders, while most other services come from normal Outlook Inbox.
This questions the question of which messages are related to which accounts? Messages that end in your own special folders can be easily invented. For other service messages, always check the To: field of the message. The e-mail address for which I was sent is displayed.
What to do when sending messages
When sending a message, you can always check the account that Outlook 2010 is using. Outlook always has a default account for sending messages, but you can use an account like Outlook:
* When you create a new message, Outlook 2010 assumes that you want to send the message from the email you are sending. This is a major change. In earlier versions, Outlook assumed that you would like to send a message using the default account.
* When responding to a message, Outlook assumes that you want to use the same account that the message was sent to. This can be overwritten if necessary.
* When you forward the message, Outlook again assumes that you want to use the same account for the message. This can be overwritten if necessary.
Exactly wondering how to tell Outlook 2010 to use another account? It is easy to open the message in your own window. Find the "From" button. Clicking the "Send" button will appear and will only appear if Outlook is set to work with multiple accounts. Click Sender and select the account you want to use.
Setting up the default account
You can easily change your Outlook account's default account if this makes things easier. Follow these steps:
1. Click the File tab in the ribbon file. This will get you to the new Outlook Wallpaper area.
2nd Click the Info button in the menu on the left side of the Backstage window. This opens the "Account Info" screen.
3rd Click Account settings, then click Account settings … in the menu that appears. This opens the "Account Settings" dialog box on the "Email" tab. An account appears containing a list of accounts currently used by Outlook.
4th Select the account you want to use as the default account (it checks the current default account). This activates the "Set as Default" setting.
5th Click the Default Setting button to change the default account.
6th Click Close to return to Outlook.
All you need to know is how you handle multiple email accounts in Outlook 2010.