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setting up separate mailboxes in the same profile - Outlook 2007

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I need to set-up separate mailboxes in the same outlook profile - Outlook 2007

2 x exchange accounts
2 x pop accounts

I want them on the same profile and mail delivered to the separate in-boxes.

Is this possible?
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by:Rezwan Islam
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Sounds like a regular outlook additional mailbox operation to me. Correct me if I am wrong though. You can have multiple additional mailboxes added under the same profile/mailbox and you will always receive emails to those additional mailboxes separately.

- But you will need to have "send as" permission to send from those mailboxes separately
-If you want them to send up in separate send items you will need to set up client rules.
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by:donciakas
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For exchange mailboxes, if they are on the same server you should create one account, and in the same account you can add additional Mailboxes (of course you have to have access to them). If not - you have to create a separate exchange account.

For pop3 - create also new accounts and in your case i would create separate outlook files for them for e-mail delivery, because only from outlook 2010 separate outlook pst files are created during new account setup.
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I need them to be delivered to separate in-boxes
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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yes it is entirely possible.  when you create the account  use the manual setup for additional server types.
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yes it is entirely possible.  when you create the account  use the manual setup for additional server types.
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I think its ok. I had to create the mailbox and select a different delivery location
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My solutions was the one that worked
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