Can have more than one e-mail account on Outlook 2000?


I've been using AOL for years, thus have several e-mail accounts/screen names. It looked to me when I was setting up Outlook that more than one account might be allowed. Is this correct? If so, do I install them the same way I did the first one?

After many years, I'm desperate to finally get out of the mess called AOL, but don't want to risk losing my e-mails, so am hoping to download everything into Outlook before getting rid of AOL and switching to another server.~Fuchsia


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I've been using AOL for years, thus have several e-mail accounts/screen names. It looked to me when I was setting up Outlook that more than one account might be allowed. Is this correct? If so, do I install them the same way I did the first one?

After many years, I'm desperate to finally get out of the mess called AOL, but don't want to risk losing my e-mails, so am hoping to download everything into Outlook before getting rid of AOL and switching to another server.~Fuchsia
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I've been using AOL for years, thus have several e-mail accounts/screen names. It looked to me when I was setting up Outlook that more than one account might be allowed. Is this correct? If so, do I install them the same way I did the first one?

After many years, I'm desperate to finally get out of the mess called AOL, but don't want to risk losing my e-mails, so am hoping to download everything into Outlook before getting rid of AOL and switching to another server.~Fuchsia
--
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."~Eleanor Roosevelt

Every time I say the dirty word "exercise,"
I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

Wait; you mean to tell me chocolate's not a vegetable?!

Life's short. Eat dessert first!.
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Some of my contacts have more than 3 e-mail addresses. How can I add more
than 3 e-mail's to my contacts?




In my outlook contact, I have the option for 3 e-mail addresses per contact.
Some of my contacts have more than 3 e-mail addresses. How can I add more?




Hi. Is there a way I can put more than 3 e-mail accounts to a contact? I use
XP professional. Thanks.




Hi again.

MS Outlook 2003 (11.8118.8107) SP2

I have more than one e-mail account. I want incoming e-mails to these
accounts each to go to it's own folder. How do I do this? From what I can
remember, this was possible with OE. I then have 2 seperate ID's each with
its own inbox, sent, outbox, etc.

The other question ...
How can I view sent images directly in my incoming mails?

Thank you for your time & help.

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Regards,

Deon H




Hi again.

MS Outlook 2003 (11.8118.8107) SP2

I have more than one e-mail account. I want incoming e-mails to these
accounts each to go to it's own folder. How do I do this? From what I can
remember, this was possible with OE. I then have 2 seperate ID's each with
its own inbox, sent, outbox, etc.

The other question ...
How can I view sent images directly in my incoming mails?

Thank you for your time & help.

--
Regards,

Deon H




I have set up more than one e-mail account along with adding additional
Outlook Data Files for each e-mail account, but all incoming mail is
delivered to just one "inbox". Is there a way to have each account receive
mail to its' own "inbox"? It seems that I can change the "inbox" that the
incoming mail is delivered to, but all accounts are delivered to the same
box, regardless of which one is specified?
Thanks.




I would like someone to explain to me how to set up Outlook 2003 to access
more than one e-mail accounts (perhaps as many as 5) and store the e-mails in
different pst files. These e-mail accounts all belong to one person (me), so
strict separation is not required.
I would like to know what this would look like in the "Mail Folders" pane
(pain??), in particular, would there be one primary (default) account / set
of folders into which all of the e-mail would be down loaded and then have to
be either filter-sorted or manually moved from that Inbox to the other sets
of folders under the primary folder or can they be "coequal"?? I know the
items in the inbox can be displayer (sorted) by the e-mail account from which
they were sent.
I was not able to find anything on this in HowTo-Outlook.com or in MSC's
site. If there is a better site, please let me know. Thanks. njmeatball
20061219




Hi,

I use Outlook 2003 and have more than one e-mail account from various
servers all around the world. I can receive mails from all these servers
whereever I am but most servers do not allow "relay sending". Currently when
I reply on a mail received from a non-default address, outlook tries to sent
the mail using that non-default address as the sender and it results in a
failured delivery. Therefore I prefer that all replies and forward messages
are sent from my default amail ddress. How do I set that up?




My wife and I have separate e-mail accounts in Outlook but the Personal
Folders backup tool will only show up in my account. How do I get the backup
tool to show up in her Outlook?





I need help.  I upgraded from 2003 to 2007 (Office) and am running on an exchange account for work.  I had a Google account on Outlook prior to the upgrade and when I upgraded it seemed to disappear.  I have no idea where it went and have had no luck locating it. 

However, that is not my question (though if you could answer that question I would be so very happy).  My question is this; I am trying to add a POP account for a client and went through setting it up and sent a test e-mail to my personal e-mail as well as my co-worker's and we both received them.  She replied to me but I have not received it.  I know that when I had more than one e-mail account on my 2003 Outlook I could see all the e-mails (from both accounts) and the e-mails would all come in.  It was set up with out a headache or worry.  This however, has been a headache.  I went on the help page of Outlook 2007 and it was not helpful.  If someone could please help me find my e-mails I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!





Microsoftelearning Outlook 2007 Course #5437 step-by-step instructions not working for me. Requested assistance to follow step-by-step "demonstration" instructions. MS Elearning "Technicians" at 1-800-636-7544 don't have Office 2007 on their computers and are not familiar with Office 2007 programs. They can only refer problems with course itself to their developers. Following step-by-step instructions that don't work "is not their problem." Here is my issue:

I am attempting to follow Course #5437 instructions under the heading "Creating Additional Email Profiles." I would copy the instructions here, but it is too long. I will see if there is a way to add an attachment to this request for assistance. If I can't, I will post another thread....Crapola! No way to attach file...Here are the instructions 3pp. long. If this works, will attempt to explain what happens when I follow these instructions. If I don't have enough space here, will continue issue in another thread...Beam me up, Scottie!...MS Course#5437 instructions:

Transcript

In the same way that multiple users of a computer can have individual user profiles, you can have more than one e-mail profile on a computer. Because e-mail profiles are stored in the Windows registry, you can create profiles from Windows instead of Outlook 2007, by using Control Panel.

By default, Control Panel displays its contents in the Control Panel Home view.

To access the Mail icon, you need to switch to the Classic View.

Apart from setting up profiles, the Mail Setup dialog box also provides you the option to set up e-mail accounts and data files.

The Mail dialog box lists the e-mail profiles created on your computer under your Windows user account. The Outlook 2007 profile listed here was created when you configured Outlook 2007 for the first time.

Remember that you cannot rename an Outlook profile. To work with a different profile name, you must create a new profile. The Add New E-mail Account wizard is launched when you click OK in the New Profile dialog box.

You will have to manually configure the server settings for the wizard to connect to an Exchange Server account that is associated with the profile.

On the Choose E-mail Service page you can specify the type of e-mail account you want to connect to. In this exercise, you are connecting to an Exchange Server account.

The address of the server running Exchange Server is provided to you by your System Administrator. You need to enter this information in the wizard.

You also need to specify the name of the mailbox that has been set up by the Administrator.

When you click Check Name, the wizard attempts to establish a connection with the domain and check whether the name is valid. To enable the wizard to connect to the domain, you will need to provide an appropriate user name and password.

After the wizard validates the user name you have provided, it provides the display name of the mailbox in the User Name box.

After you exit the wizard, the new profile appears in the Mail dialog box.

You can either configure Outlook 2007 to prompt you for a profile each time you launch the program, or you can set a default profile from Control Panel.

With the current settings, when you start Outlook 2007, you will be prompted to select a profile to log on with. You must exit Outlook 2007 to access another profile.

To prevent the Choose Profile dialog box from appearing in the future, open the Mail dialog box from Control Panel, select a profile from the list, and then click Always use this profile. To use a different profile, you will need to return to Control Panel, and then select the appropriate profile in the Mail dialog box.

If you select the Personal profile, the Connect to denver.cohovineyard.com dialog box appears. You will need to specify the user name and password with which Outlook will connect to the server hosting your e-mail account.

Demonstrated procedure

Creating Additional Outlook 2007 ProfilesTo open Control Panel, on the taskbar, click theStart button, and then click Control Panel.To view Control Panel icons, in the left pane, clickClassic View. To open theMail Setup – Outlook dialog box, in Control Panel, double-click theMail icon. To open theMail dialog box, in the Mail Setup - Outlook dialog box, click theShow Profiles button. To open theNew Profile dialog box, in the Mail dialog box, click theAdd button. In theNew Profile dialog box, type a name for the profile and then clickOK. To manually configure the server settings of the e-mail account that the profile will connect to, on theAuto Account Setup page, select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then clickNext. To specify the type of e-mail account, on theChoose E-mail Service page, click Microsoft Exchange and then clickNext. To specify the address of the server running Exchange Server, on theMicrosoft Exchange settings page, in the Microsoft Exchange server box, typedenver.cohovineyard.com. To specify a user name and open theConnect to denver.cohovineyard.com dialog box, in the Microsoft Exchange Settings page, in theUser Name box, type Christian and click Check Name. To log on to the server running Exchange Server, in theConnect to Denver.cohovineyard.com dialog box, in the User Name box, typeDenverChristian, in the Password box, type Pa$$w0rd and then click OK. After the user name in theUser Name box in the Microsoft Exchange Settings page is replaced by the display name that is underlined, clickNext. On theCongratulations page, click Finish. In theMail dialog box, ensure that Prompt for a profile to be used is selected, and then clickOK. To start Outlook 2007, on the taskbar, click theStart button and point to All Programs. Click Microsoft Office, and then click Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.In theChoose Profile dialog box, in the Profile Name list, select the profile of your choice, and then clickOK. To log on to the server running Exchange Server, in theConnect to Denver.cohovineyard.com dialog box, in the User Name box, typeDenverchristian, in the Password box, type Pa$$w0rd and then click OK.

 Holy lizards! It worked! Here's my issue andquestions:

Got my Outlook 2007 to work with Earthlink DSL. I also have "hotmail" email account which I like better because it is easier to use and comes with all kinds of features and options. I have been told that "hotmail" uses Microsoft Exchange server.

This may be thefirst issue: I call it the "Me, Jane, computer primative" issue. I am using my primitive computer logic, but please bear with me:

After setting up my first Outlook 2007 email account, I attempted to "add an additional email account" in Outlook 2007 using the following Elearning Course #5437 instructions entitled "Creating an Additional Email Account":

You can manage your business and personal e-mail by adding multiple e-mail accounts to a single e-mail profile. Outlook 2007 supports the following e-mail accounts:

Exchange Server: In an organization that uses Microsoft Exchange Server, messages are usually stored on the e-mail server. By default, Outlook 2007 creates a copy of your mailbox on your local computer. When Outlook 2007 connects to the network, it synchronizes this copy with the mailbox on the server.

Note

An e-mail profile cannot include more than one Microsoft Exchange Server e-mail account. However, if necessary, you can create an additional profile to connect to multiple Exchange Server accounts from a single computer.

Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3): When Outlook 2007 connects to a POP3 account, it downloads the e-mail messages from the e-mail server to your computer. You can configure the POP3 account to instantly delete messages from the e-mail server after they are copied to your computer. You can also configure Outlook to delete messages after a specified period of time. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP): When Outlook 2007 connects to an IMAP account, it copies e-mail messages from the e-mail server to your computer. You can then read and manage the local copies of these messages. Subsequently, when Outlook 2007 connects to the network, these copies are synchronized with the corresponding e-mail messages on the e-mail server. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP): When Outlook 2007 connects to an HTTP account, it sends and receives e-mail messages as Web pages.

Different Types of E-mail Accounts

Adding an additional e-mail account to an Outlook 2007 profile

Perform the following steps to add an additional e-mail account to an Outlook 2007 profile:

On the taskbar, click theStart button, and point to All Programs.ClickMicrosoft Office, and then click Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.To open theAccount Settings dialog box, on the Tools menu, clickAccount Settings. On theE-mail tab, in the Account Settings dialog box, clickNew. In theAdd New E-mail Account wizard, on the Choose E-mail Service page, ensure thatMicrosoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP is selected, and then clickNext.

Note

Before selecting this option, ensure that your e-mail service provider allows you to use the POP3 protocol.

On theAuto Account Setup page, in the Your Name box, type a name; in theE-mail Address box, type the e-mail address; in the Password box, type the password; and in theRetype Password box, type the password again. Then, click Next.

Note

After you perform this step, Outlook 2007 establishes a network connection and searches for the server settings. After Outlook 2007 locates the server and validates your user name and password, a confirmation message is displayed on the screen.

To complete the account setup, clickFinish. To close theAccount Settings dialog box, click Close.

Note

The new account appears on the E-mail tab, in theAccount Settings dialog box, and in the All Mail Folders list.

 Got as far as step 4. above and decided to use my "hotmail" email account (as an additional email account) to my Outlook 2007. Since "hotmail" uses Microsoft Exchange I selected "Microsoft Exchange" when prompted to identify the type of email account I was adding. The instructions advise that only one Microsoft Exchange Server e-mail account per e-mail profile is allowed. I was unable to configure my "additional email account" as a Microsoft Exchange Server type of account. Why not? As far as I know, my Outlook 2007 email is not an Exchange Server account, so I am not setting up more than one Microsoft Exchange Server type of account. Why didn't it work?

 

5. In theAdd New E-mail Account wizard, on the Choose E-mail Service page, ensure thatMicrosoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP is selected, and then clickNext.

I followed this step by selecting "Microsoft Exchange" as my new email account type and clicked "Next."

 

In this step, I added the name of my "hotmail" account and its password, then clicked "Next." Question: Was it okay to use the first part of my "hotmail" email name in the "Your Name" box? This did not work for me. Putting my actual name in the box did not work either. Question: Should I have put in a new password? I entered the password used with the "hotmail" account I was attempting to add to (connect with?) my Outlook 2007. This did not work.

When I clicked "Next," I got an error message which said, in so many words, that I cannot create a Microsoft Exchange server account while connected to Outlook 2007 and that I have to close Outlook 2007 or be offline! I was prompted to create the Microsoft Exchange server account by going to Cntrl. Panel, switching to "Classic View," then clicking on the "Mail" icon, which I did. I followed these instructions and got an error message which said, in so many words, that I could not create a Microsoft Exchange server account unless Outlook 2007 was open!

If you have an IQ with as many numbers in it as Mt. Everest has feet/meters, and can translate these instructions into something a cavewoman could understand (remember! Me, computer primitive!) I would greatly appreciate advice and assistance. Thank-you techie wizards!

Electrongal




I have an MS exchange 2007 organization with multiple exchange 2007 servers in different domains residing on it. My question is:
Is it possible to have more than one postmaster e-mail account in the exchange organization with to cater for each of the domains in the exchange organization? For example, postmaster1@domain1.com; postmaster2@domain2.com; postmaster3@domain3.com where domain1, domain2 and domain3 are all part of my exchange organization? If this is possible, please how will I go about it?
My second question is: If the above is possible, can I then delegate different people to manage each of the postmastersí accounts in the exchange organization? Also please how will I go about it if this is possible?

Thanks for your help.
Nicechap




When using multiple e-mail box-settings in one profile, there is a default
account. I failed to send a mail with the default account because that uses
an smtp server that I can access at home, so I sent it with the option
"resend the message" selecting not a default mail account. Then I wanted to
recall my secondly sent instance, outlook used the first (default) mail
account for sending the "recall messages" and they failed to deliver because
of the reasons above.
I think I found much more severe problems than this in outlook...




Hi,

We are prospecting about Exchange server and its way of synchronizationing with Windows CE devices.

The first question we have is: Is it possible to have more than one account in the mobile device and still have the accounts synchronized up/down to the server?

The devices might be used by more than one user and regardless the device the user uses, he/she will want to see the data in the device he/she is currently using.

Is that possible?
Is that trivial?

Thanks very much




can I have more than one mailbox opened at the same time, to see mine and my
manager at the same time without switching back and forth.




Hi,
Not sure exactly how to ask this. We are about to move to Exchange 2003,
and as such users will get a new e-mail account on Outlook and I will have to
copy their contacts and e-mail into Exchange.
One of the nice features of Outlook 2003 is that once you have typed in an
e-mail address, Outlook 2003 remembers it when you type a new message. I'm
not sure what this is called, but if I am sending an e-mail to
joe@domain.com, and I bring up a new message and in the "To" field hit j, it
will auto display me a list of e-mail addresses beginning with j that I can
choose from.
Will I lose this when I create the exchange account for each user and it
becomes the active account? Is that info saved somewhere that I can copy?

Thanks,

Mike




How can I export all my e-mail accounts from Outlook 2003 in one PC to
Outlook 2003 in another PC without having to re-type the settings one by one?