How can I get emails from gmail and yahoo to outlook?

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merkavam4

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Hi everyone

I was wondering how can I view my emails from gmail and yahoo in outlook(not the emails from my ISP mail box)? how do I configure outlook to do that?
The outlook version is outlook 2003.

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1002richards

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Glad it was helpful.
You could get all g-mail from account no.2 forwarded to g-mail acount no.1 using the tools in the gmail account 2. Then set up gmail account 1 to go to your outlook folder.
I think that would be one way of doing it.

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You'll use the "rules and alerts" option in the tools menu. I don't have outlook 2003 handy, but essentially you'll look to set up a rule where messages coming TO your gmail address is moved to the Folder you've created for it.
 

merkavam4

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You'll use the "rules and alerts" option in the tools menu. I don't have outlook 2003 handy, but essentially you'll look to set up a rule where messages coming TO your gmail address is moved to the Folder you've created for it.
How do I create new folders in outlook? do I need to set the 2nd account like the first one?
 
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You will need to create one account per email address that you want to pull into outlook -- so if you have 2 gmail addresses, you'll need 2 accounts.

To create new folders, simply right-click on Inbox at the left pane, and select "new folder". Give it a name, and use those folder names in creating your rule.
 

merkavam4

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You will need to create one account per email address that you want to pull into outlook -- so if you have 2 gmail addresses, you'll need 2 accounts.

To create new folders, simply right-click on Inbox at the left pane, and select "new folder". Give it a name, and use those folder names in creating your rule.
It may be a noob question, but how do I create a rule that says "when an emails comes to(gmail account), move it to(new folder name)" without making any contacts or something like that, just this simple rule?
 

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I would bet if you searched outlooks help, you will find your answer.
 
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