Windows 10 comes natively with a large number of applications, applications that thanks to the first major update of the system, we can eliminate if we consider that they are not necessary The mail application, I must admit that it is not entirely more, although I could add more options than you have. This mail app It is an exact copy of the interface offered by our email account with Microsoft (@Outlook, @Hotmail, @msnTherefore, if you use a company email account, it will not be difficult for you to learn how it works. But what if we have more than one account?
No problem, we can link the email accounts so that the inbox is linked and all the new mail arrives in the same tray. In this way we will avoid having to go account by account for which emails we have received and when. This type of unification is a very useful option for all those users who have a large number of email accounts On top of that they have to consult daily, but the problem with unifying the accounts is that we have to investigate a little to find out to which account they have sent us the mail, wasting time that is equivalent to checking the email accounts independently.
Unified Inbox in Windows 10
First of all, it is essential that we have at least two email accounts configured in the email application. If this is not the case, start adding them before following this tutorial, otherwise you will not be able to follow the steps.
- Once we have added more than one email account, we go to setting.
- Within configuration we go to Manage accounts. In this section we will find all the accounts that we have configured and then the option Link inboxes.
- Next we have to write a name to the linked mailbox to differentiate them from the rest of the emails.
Keep in mind that this process does not mix the emails of the accounts, but what it does is show the content of all the inboxes in a single folder. As we file or delete the emails, they will be stored in their corresponding account.