With the advent of multiple email service providers, we have ended up with registering on and owning multiple accounts. This also means that our data (or email messages) is scattered all over and we need to attend to each account to view their state.
As a solution you may divert messages from all services to a desktop email client like MS Outlook or a web based service like Windows Live Mail. Today we will see how can set up auto email forwards on Yahoo and Hotmail. In this way you can configure sync between these two accounts too. You may do the same with other accounts/services as well.
Green Thought: Request all to destroy accounts that you do not use and free space on the servers that are loaded with such redundant data.
Auto Forward Emails From Yahoo
Step 1: Log in to your Yahoo account and navigate to Options > Mail Options at the top of the interface.
Step 2: On the left pane, under Mail Options, select POP and Forwardingto bring up the configuration panel.
Step 3: Select the radio button to enable email forwarding, enter the email address to divert messages to and also choose to Forward only, Store and forward or Store and forward and mark as read.
Step 4: You will be sent a verification email to the receiving address which you will have to open and verify before the service is activated.
Auto Forward Emails From Hotmail
Step 1: Log in to your Hotmail account and navigate to Options > More Options on the right side of the interface.
Step 2: Under Managing your account section click on the link saying Email forwarding.
Step 3: Select the radio button for email forwarding to another account, key in the email address and optionally choose to retain a copy of the messages in your inbox.
I have configured settings similar to this for all my email accounts to send messages to one particular account. Additionally, I have created different folders for different accounts and also created filter rules for them to be sent to the respective folders.
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