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    Default How to add new email in Outlook?

    I have Outlook 2000.

    I have just got a new email address. It is not replacing my previous email address, so I want to have them both.

    I want to be able to press send/receive, and have all the emails for email1 go into a folder, and all emails for email2 go into another folder.

    I have tried but can't figure it out. It is a lot different from Outlook Express

    Thanks

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Well, the help file will tell you all you need to know, but in Outlook 2000 I go to Tools>Accounts and you set them up there. Make sure you set to check all accounts for downloading and that's about it.

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy T
    (The help files really do give the answers, honest)
    You mean there is a MS help file where you can find the answers without having to know them in advance so you can ask the right questio...............Excuse me, I just got distracted by the pig flying past the window.

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy T
    but in Outlook 2000 I go to Tools>Accounts and you set them up there.
    My problem is that I do not have Tools>Accounts

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Quote Originally Posted by mejobloggs
    My problem is that I do not have Tools>Accounts
    You don't have Outlook 2000 then in that case.
    Have you got Tools/E-mail accounts.

    Why not use Outlook Express it is a lot easier to configure.

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Another consideration would be if this new email address is an alias or if it has its own username/password. If alias then the email address part will be the new one but the username and password would be the 'owner' account.

    It should be Tools | Email accounts etc

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    What you need is Tools->Services then click the "Add" button.

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Tools>Services is for Outlook 98

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Quote Originally Posted by Safari
    Tools>Services is for Outlook 98
    Maybe it is, but I have Outlook 2000 open right now and those options are in front of me.

    BTW once the new account is added you need to go to Tools->Options, click the "Mail Services" Tab and make sure the check box for the account you have just created is ticked.

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    Default Re: How to add new email in Outlook?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony
    Maybe it is, but I have Outlook 2000 open right now and those options are in front of me.

    BTW once the new account is added you need to go to Tools->Options, click the "Mail Services" Tab and make sure the check box for the account you have just created is ticked.
    I think it depends if Outlook is setup initially as Corporate whether it shows Services or Accounts under Options.

    Outlook 2000 is getting a bit old don't you think.
    Would you use a web browser version that is 5 years old.

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