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How do I separate email accounts and emails in Outlook?

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Hi,

I have several email accounts in my Outlook. Its great that I can receive all of my emails through outlook. But it puts them all together.

Its categorized by:

Today:
Yesterday:
Monday:
and so on...

So all of the emails that I received today from several email accounts would go under Today.

Is there a way to change that?

I would like to organize it something like this: GMAIL, YAHOO, HOTMAIL, MYDOMAIN.com, etc....
That way all of the gmail will be under GMAIL, all of the yahoo mail will be under YAHOO and so on.
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I guess, what I am trying to say is that I need multiple inboxes.
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Hello fcruz5,

You need to create folders like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and yourdomain.com  Then create a mail rule to move emails to yourusername@gmail.com to Gmail folder.  Same for the other accounts.

Hope this helps!
war1
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How do you create a mail rule?
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Thanks
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You are welcome, fcruz5!
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