configure hotmail account in outlook 2003


I have company's email address setup in my outlook. Is it possible to configure hotmail account in outlook as well under the same outlook profile? so that i can have two emails setup in the same outlook profile one of my company's and other hotmail, If yes then can anyone tell me step-by-step how to set this up. thanks.
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:

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Hope this helps,
To set up Windows Live Hotmail Plus as a POP account in Outlook:

    * Make sure you are subscribed to Windows Live Hotmail Plus.
    * Select Tools | Account Settings... from the menu in Outlook.
    * Go to the E-mail tab.
    * Click New....
    * Make sure Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP is selected.
    * Click Next >.
    * Type your name as you want it to appear in outgoing email under Your Name:.
    * Enter your Windows Live Hotmail address under E-mail Address:.
    * Make sure Manually configure server settings or additional server types is checked.
    * Click Next >.
    * Make sure Internet E-mail is selected.
    * Click Next >.
    * Make sure POP3 is selected under Account Type:.
    * Enter "" (not including the quotation marks) under Incoming mail server:.
    * Type "" under Outgoing mail server (SMTP):.
    * Enter your complete Windows Live Hotmail address ("", for example) under User Name:.
    * Type your Windows Live Hotmail password under Password:.
    * Click More Settings....
    * Go to the Outgoing Server tab.
    * Make sure My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication is checked.
    * Verify Use same settings as my incoming mail server is selected.
    * Go to the Advanced tab.
    * Make sure This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) is checked under Incoming server (POP3):.
    * Make sure SSL is selected for Use the following type of encrypted connection: under Outgoing server (SMTP):
    * Check that "995" appears under Incoming server (POP3:) and "25" under Outgoing server (SMTP):.
    * Click OK.
    * Now click Next >.
    * Click Finish.
    * Click Close.
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