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Windows 7: how can i setup 2 email inboxes into one inbox

21 Mar 2012   #1

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how can i setup 2 email inboxes into one inbox

hello
i want some one to help me i have 2 emails on outlook and i am recieveing emails on these 2 seperate emails ok and it is working fine

now my question is i want to make these 2 emails come into one email inbox means i want email A and Email B to come come on emal A

means i no need to go and check this every email on every inbox because it is like pain so i neeed my both emails on email A and Email B to come on email A

no need to check and see every email

thanks

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21 Mar 2012   #2

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i have 2 emails for example with 2 inbox ok
and am recieving mails perfectly on these 2 inboxes
now i want to have one inbox and these 2 emails are being recieved into one inbox

but with out loosing any emails or any thing
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21 Mar 2012   #3

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21 Mar 2012   #4

windows 7 64bit
 
 

can i have the screen shots of outlook 2010 please if u do not mind the screenshots i wanna know because the IT manager is not here to help so i wanna do it by m self if u do not mind sir

thank u
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21 Mar 2012   #5

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the link i posted has the screen shots and please stop posting the same thread in other threads.
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