If you want to have Outlook.com and you already work with Gmail service, the process is so far away to be difficult. In fact, you can keep your Gmail address at the same time you manage with all your Outlook.com messages. Here´s how you must do it, If you want to manage your Outlook.com mail, you will need an Outlook.com account. To get one, go to the main page of instructions to sign up. However, if you already have an Outlook account or Windows live one you can start with your permissions which automatically will pass to Outlook.com
How to Setup Switching from Gmail to Outlook
Setup the Gmail resending: If you want that your Gmail messages arrive at your Outlook.com account, just follow these steps:
- Enter to your Outlook account and click on Setup.
- Click on the Resend and POP/IMAP mail flange and click on Add new address.
- Add your Outlook.com address and click on Next. Confirm your address by pressing ¨Continue¨.
- Keep the flange or Gmail Window opened. On another flange, open your Outlook.com account and search for a Gmail message with an authentication code.
- Back to Gmail flange and paste this code on ¨autentication code¨. Then click on ¨Confirm.
- Select Resend a mail copy to your Outlook.com address and then select if you want to keep, file, delete or mark as not read the Gmail original message.
- Save all the changes.
Top 3 Customization On Outlook.com Email
Here´s a tutorial that helps you to custom an Outlook.com account. It is really simple the steps you must follow to custom an Outlook.com account:
- 1. Colors:
Outlook.com offers by default a theme on blue. However, you can modify the user´s preference with the chance to pick between 12 different colors as you can see on the image. These options are available on Setting Up or Custom menu (Gear icon) on the upper right side of your screen. Just place the mouse on the color so you can get a preview.
- 2. Reading Panel:
Following custom options of an Outlook.com account, you can see the Reading panel when you start for the first time. In this case, the user has the chance to disable the Reading panel or showing it on the lower side of the Outlook.com inbox, instead of the right side where usually it places.
- 3. Chatting View:
As it happens with other Microsoft´s services, on Outlook.com there´s a chatting view where messages are sorted by chatting. If you wish that each message shows like the only one, you can use the Chatting adjusts by entering to More options for Mail setting up.