Gather all your Hotmail, Gmail accounts on Windows
It’s difficult to sign in Hotmail, Gmail to check all your email in each mailbox. Just a few simple steps, you can “gather” many common email accounts as Hotmail, Gmail into a email app on Windows.
Nowadays, the number of computer users owning two email accounts is increasing. Centralized management of these accounts on a single eMail Client application is something that many users are interested in.
During the development of the Windows operating system, Microsoft has allowed users to add various mail accounts to their integrated Mail client.
Firstly, from the Start Screen screen interface, click the Mail icon to activate this application.
And you must be logged in with your Microsoft account to be able to use this Mail application.
If you do not have an account, you can also sign up. You sign up it by clicking the Sign up for a Microsoft account link and following the on-screen instructions.
In the Mail application interface, move the mouse on the right corner of the screen. Then you select “Settings> Accounts> Add an account” as the screenshot below.
At this point, you will see a list of Microsoft’s built-in mail services.
You click the name of the corresponding mail service to add a new mail account.
Next, fill in the login information of the mail service you use and then click the Connect button is complete.
If you have completed the login , you will see the list of mail accounts that you just added.
To remove a mail account from this application, you also select “Settings> Accounts”, click the name of the mail account to delete.
Then scroll down to the bottom and click the Remove Account button.
Of course, you can add other mail clients that Microsoft does not support. You must selecting the Others option (in the step “Settings> Account> Add an Accounts” above).
However, you will need to provide more detailed information such as the server address and port of this email service.
It should be noted that with this option, the mail server that you use must support the IMAP protocol.