When you have more than one email account to access; you can configure them in your MS Outlook client application. This requires you to configure your accounts in Outlook. We have this step-by-step guide for you to learn and configure multiple accounts with MS Outlook. For this guide, we have use A as email account 1 and B for email account 2.

Steps to configure multiple email accounts in MS Outlook Client

  • In the first step, start Outlook with a profile that is already configured for the Exchange Server mailbox for the account B. You may have to log on to the network as the user of account B for proper validation
  • Here, from the Files menu, click on Info
  • Click on Account Settings, and then click on Delegate Access option here
  • On the Delegates tab, you need to click on Add button
  • You need to type or select the name for the user of account A, click on Add, and then click on OK button
  • In all lists, click to select Editor from the Delegate Permissions dialog box
  • Now, you need to click on OK twice
  • From the Navigation Pane, you need to click on Folder List in Outlook 2010, or Folders in Outlook 2013 or 2016 according to your version
  • Now, right-click your E-mail address from the top of the given Folder List, and then click on Folder Permissions option
  • And, click on Add button
  • Here, you need to type or select the name for the user of account A, click on Add, and then click on OK button
  • Now, in the Name box, click the newly added entry for the account A
  • From the Permission Level box, click on Owner, and then click on OK button
  • After that, quit from Outlook application
  • Now, you need to restart Windows, and then log on as the user of account A
  • After that, start Outlook with a profile that is configured for the Exchange Server mailbox for account A
  • Here, from the Files menu, click on Info
  • Then, go to Account Settings, and then click on it
  • Now, from the E-mail tab, click on the name of the account, and then click on the Change icon
  • Then, you need to click on the More Settings button
  • You will find the Advanced tab here, click on it
  • After that, click on Add button to add an account
  • Now, type the name for the user of account B, and then click on OK twice
  • The final step is to click on Next button, the click on Finish, and finally click on Close button
  • You have successfully configured multiple account with MS Outlook

Once you are done; simply test this by sending a test mail to any of your account.