Multipul e-mail domains 1 outlook account

I am the admin of my site and have alot of e-mail addresses for it but I do not want to have to keep logging in and out of outlook.

Is there a way I can log in 1 time and all e-mail from all accounts be listed but in their own folders?

Note: Please be specific I am new to Outlook

Version: MS Outlook 2002
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You need to do the following:

Add all your mail accounts under Tools, Accounts

Create rules to place the emails into relevant folders based on the To address
joemoedoeAuthor Commented:
Can you try and be a bit more specific Please?
I had heard that OL2002 has a problem with multiple accounts in the same domain.  Maybe it will work for you to add the accounts, but that is quite basic and you have probably already tried it.

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joemoedoeAuthor Commented:
I called a friend he walked me though it I just wish I could get my points back. lol
Thanks anywayz
joemoedoeAuthor Commented:
I was gonna give the points to the guy that replied first but you sounded more polite and caring he just replied with a basic answer.
So it did work?
Was it as easy as adding more accounts?
joemoedoeAuthor Commented:
Just about.
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