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Mass-Forward Outlook.com Emails to Another Account

Posted on 2014-02-20
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Friends,

How do I best forward all my 100+ emails from a hotmail (outlook.com) account to another account?

Thank you all in advance!!
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Hello,

My suggestion is to connect to your outlook.com account with an IMAP client, such as Outlook and export the emails to a local file, then connect to your other account with IMAP (if available) and import the emails. If you can't do the export/import, you can at least select all the emails at once and forward in Outlook.

-JJ
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Open the account you need to copy/transfer/forward your emails to.

Go to the settings of that client and add the account you have the emails (outlook.com) and keep it in a separate folder.

Once that is done, you can move emails from one account to the other and when you're done just close/delete the one you don't need no more.
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Thank you Friends, I should've thought of this haha :-)
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