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Topic # 26517 25-Sep-2008 00:30
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Just wondering..
Has anyone come across any online website that lets you login to one page and view emails from multiple accounts/providers?Ie. view my Hotmail account & Yahoo account emails all in the one website / page.

I'd prefer not to setup email forwarding and simply find a solution that will let me view all in one...
Similar to say what you can do with Outlook but via the Web... And preferably not outlook web

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  Reply # 166931 25-Sep-2008 06:49
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yes you can in particular at hotmail, not yahoo

goto http://messenger.msn.com and press the get it free button... (and follow the instruction)

now, i know that you will ask me this function is only downloading messenger, but it is not, the computer will detect whether you have download messenger if yes, there is nothing the computer will do, however on that download installer, you will see a function called "Mail", tick that one, and the installer will download that for you....

Once you download and open this program, you can start register multiple hotmail accounts on that Windows Mail program. Then each time you open this program, it will automatically sync with the windows hotmail server, so everything will be ready for you...

Not sure about yahoo mail tho..

Hope that helps

Jacky

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  Reply # 166987 25-Sep-2008 10:31
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Wouldn't Gmail be the most user friendly option..? You can use IMAP to set up all your accounts in there and use lables to identify which address an email was sent to. 

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Reply # 166988 25-Sep-2008 10:33
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It depends. Mailcity/Lycos, Yahoo!, Live just as an example don't have IMAP or these are premium services.






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