Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.
Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
Bill Gates should fire all the a people that write the USELESS HELP crap which has NEVER helped me and let you run the department completely. At a HIGH salary of course.
This has given me more info than F1 or any help before.
Very good article. Keep up the good work.
I have tried this on Outlook and whilst Outlook can usually handle incoming mail through multiple accounts and sort them like this, it gets a bit complicated if you want to use a different PST file for each address. And if the PST files are in different locations, where one of the locations is, for example, a removable drive that might not always be accessible it gets even worse.
And outlook can't prevent all sent messages going to the same sent option, since the option to put them in a separate Sent folder is "move a copy" rather than "move the original".
Thunderbird has none of these problems and that is one of the reasons why I highly recommend it.
Its far more easy to go to view in the menu bar, select the arrange by option and then email account,
Yeah, you make my day. My problem with inboxes and accounts are history.
Leo, in your example, I assume that both the inboxes are in the same .pst file? Then how do you re-direct incoming email to different .pst files? In the comments, Eli Coten said that "[using different .pst files for different email addresses] gets a bit complicated" but Eli not say how you can achieve this, or whether it is in fact possible. Leo, can you comment?
great article - on the money. thank you. :)
I can't tell you how useful this little trick is. If i could , i would buy you a cup of coffee. Thanks
Wow! I had just about given up on being able to separate business from personal and other outlook accounts. A problem that has plagued me for sometime is finally solved. Thanks so much!
Fantastic article. Nice job with the screenshots, made it a breeze.
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