Google recently announced that Gmail users can email anyone on Google Plus without knowing your email address. I have my Inbox under complete control and definitely do not want to suffer from email overload. Here’s how to change this default. I turned it off, but you can choose any setting.
Conquer email overload and stay in control of your Inbox!
By Default, Outlook 2010 creates separate Inboxes for each of your email accounts. The question of how to fix this comes up a lot in my training sessions, so I created this video that I hope will ease your frustrations and save you some time…every second needs to count.
The first part of the video shows you what to do if you’ve already created the email POP account in Outlook. Toward the end of the video (1:48), I show you how to set up the POP email account the way you want it in the first place.
NOTE: Instructions don’t work for IMAP accounts. This might be an issue for you if you need to synchronize email across multiple machines. Also note that if you try to use a rule to move the email to a .pst folder, you’ll be removing it from IMAP.