Email on Outlook

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I have 2 separate email accounts on Outlook Access - how can I make my messages go to just one address. I work in a hospital and would like my hospital email to go to my contracting company email. I have looked in all the tools and can not seem to find the answer. Please help.

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You could try setting up a rule for forwarding the e-mail using the Outlook Out of Office assistant. Just select the option to forward all mail to your second e-mail.

Tools -> Out of Office Assistant -> Set an out of office message if you would like -> Click on the Add Rule button -> Mark the Forward to checkbox and input your e-mail.
You are given the option to forward e-mail the standard way, or leave it intact.

Alternatively, If they are running MS Exchange you could ask your exchange/system administrator to setup a forward on your User Account in the Exchange server (User Properties – Exchange General – Delivery Options – Forward to – select your mail enabled contact or other user)

These should work for you.

I hope it helps.

Best Regards,

Victor Cavendish Góes

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  • DJ Bio Med
    how do i like 2 email addresses together on Outlook?
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  • Vcavendish
    Humm... I don't believe you would be able to have two different e-mail accounts on Outlook Web Access. But... if you are using the Outlook client: Go to TOOLS -> E-mail accounts -> Add a new e-mail account. However, if you have setup the forwarding rule on one of the accounts, as we discussed from your original question, you wouldn't have to add both accounts to the Outlook Client.
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