Can I download & send from two email addresses to one Outlook?

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KTsb

I'm moving from Outlook Express 6 on my XP desktop up to Outlook 2007 on my
new Vista laptop. In OE I have two email addresses in one Identity. One is
personal, one is a home business. This means I sign in once, and both sets
of emails will download. When I send mail, I can choose which email address
I am sending from. Hence, all my email in my folders is a mix from these
two. (And my addresses/contacts are mixed also)

Is it possible in Outlook 2007 to have two email addresses in one account as
well? This would mean I'd open Outlook only once and run the same way I did
in OE6. If this possible... how would I set it up? I haven't touched my
Laptop Outlook yet.

On my laptop I have several Accounts (for several family members), but so
far only one account for me. Other family members have only one email
address, and I have successfully migrated their emails and contacts..
{btw...much thanks to lots of stuff I read in this discussion forum} So my
email is the last to move to the new computer.

Your help is appreciated.
---KTsb

 
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Hal Hostetler [MVP-P/I]

Yes, Outlook 2007 will behave the same way, one Outlook Profile, two email
accounts, mixed Inbox and Contacts, choice of outgoing account. You set it
up the same way in Outlook as you did in OE, an Outlook Profile is roughly
the same thing as an OE Identity.

Hal

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"KTsb" <KTsb> wrote in message
news:5914F2EF-9088-4B2E-A3BA-79D8CCDE1845@microsoft.com...
> I'm moving from Outlook Express 6 on my XP desktop up to Outlook 2007 on
> my
> new Vista laptop. In OE I have two email addresses in one Identity. One
> is
> personal, one is a home business. This means I sign in once, and both
> sets
> of emails will download. When I send mail, I can choose which email
> address
> I am sending from. Hence, all my email in my folders is a mix from these
> two. (And my addresses/contacts are mixed also)
>
> Is it possible in Outlook 2007 to have two email addresses in one account
> as
> well? This would mean I'd open Outlook only once and run the same way I
> did
> in OE6. If this possible... how would I set it up? I haven't touched my
> Laptop Outlook yet.
>
> On my laptop I have several Accounts (for several family members), but so
> far only one account for me. Other family members have only one email
> address, and I have successfully migrated their emails and contacts..
> {btw...much thanks to lots of stuff I read in this discussion forum} So
> my
> email is the last to move to the new computer.
>
> Your help is appreciated.
> ---KTsb
>

 

Diane Poremsky

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
Outlook 2007 allows you to create 2 or more email accounts in a single
Outlook profile.

"KTsb" <KTsb> wrote in message
news:5914F2EF-9088-4B2E-A3BA-79D8CCDE1845@microsoft.com...
> I'm moving from Outlook Express 6 on my XP desktop up to Outlook 2007 on
> my
> new Vista laptop. In OE I have two email addresses in one Identity. One
> is
> personal, one is a home business. This means I sign in once, and both
> sets
> of emails will download. When I send mail, I can choose which email
> address
> I am sending from. Hence, all my email in my folders is a mix from these
> two. (And my addresses/contacts are mixed also)
>
> Is it possible in Outlook 2007 to have two email addresses in one account
> as
> well? This would mean I'd open Outlook only once and run the same way I
> did
> in OE6. If this possible... how would I set it up? I haven't touched my
> Laptop Outlook yet.
>
> On my laptop I have several Accounts (for several family members), but so
> far only one account for me. Other family members have only one email
> address, and I have successfully migrated their emails and contacts..
> {btw...much thanks to lots of stuff I read in this discussion forum} So
> my
> email is the last to move to the new computer.
>
> Your help is appreciated.
> ---KTsb
>

 
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