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Creating a new seperate account on MS Outlook 2003

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I am using Microsoft Outlook 2003.

I have five seperate email addresses running into my MS Outlook 2003 email program. I have all emails coming into my one inbox.

It is starting to confuse me because all emails are all mixed into one inbox.

Is there a way to have all incoming emails running into their own seperate inbox?

For example, emails sent to account 1@none.com needs to arrive into inbox1, while all emails being sent to account 1@none.com need to go into inbox2. I have five email accounts and I'd like them all to go into their repective inbox.

Is there a way to do this from now on? Please advise. Thanks.
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Question by:4913Horstman
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David Lee earned 165 total points
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Hi 4913Horstman,

You can't change the delivery location, mail is always delivered to the default inbox folder, but you can use rules to separate them from there.  Create a rule for each account using the "through the specified account" condition, then set the action to move the message to a folder you've created for messages coming to that account.

Cheers!
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