This is easier than juggling multiple accounts and linking them together.
You’ll just have multiple email addresses associated with the same account, not different email accounts with their own passwords and separate inboxes.
You can add any email address you own, even if it doesn’t support the SMTP protocol. If you leave it checked, people will see your primary email address when you email them from another email address.
If you add a Gmail address, all you’ll have to do is click the button.
If you want to create multiple @or @email addresses and combine them into one email inbox, you can use Outlook.com’s email aliases feature, which we covered in our list of tips and tricks for
Once you have, you’ll receive a confirmation link at your main email address.
Click it to confirm that you own your main account.
Gmail will automatically check your POP3 account more often if you get frequent emails, but you’ll still have to wait.
To get around the waiting, enable the button in Gmail, so you can check your POP accounts immediately.
Once you’re done, you can click the From box while composing a message to select an email address.