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How to configure and customize email accounts in Windows 10

enero 25, 2020

Microsoft's application for electronic mail (Mail) brings a new and modern user interface, but it is not as innovative as previous versions of this application. Mail app brings some known gestures from Outlook applications for Android and iOS mobile devices and it is possible (on some Windows 10 touchscreen devices) to delete a message with a movement of the fingers and to mark the message with a flag. It is possible to manage several email accounts, easily add Google and Exchange accounts and choose the background image to fill the empty space on the right side of the application interface. For many users, adding and customizing email accounts with this app is a bit confusing. Here we are going to show you how to set up and customize email accounts in Windows 10.

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How to set up and customize email accounts in Windows 10

Set up a new email

The Mail app supports all well-known email providers, Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo mail! Exchange, iCloud and any other POP or IMAP media. Click on the search icon and type , click on it, then press . There, you can see your Microsoft account if you are logged in.

Click on , just next to the smiley icon, then on and click . Then the window will appear with the most popular email providers.

Choose one and follow the instructions, and once you've completed the registration process, your email will be ready to use. If you have more than one account, you can choose one from "Accounts" in the upper left corner to add more.

Merge reception boxes together

The great feature of messaging is that you can link multiple mailboxes into a single mailbox, which makes things much simpler. You can find this option in Settings <Manage accounts <Link reception boxes. Then, just choose the accounts you want to merge and write the name of the linked inbox.

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