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While the new look of Outlook.com is awesome, some of these types of advanced features are simply not yet available. Currently Outlook.com only supports "basic" Exchange rules and therefore only support one action. Once a rule matches and executes, the remaining rules are ignored as well, so there is no way to bypass this limitation. Obviously you can ...
The Outlook.com documentation contains an article to import contacts. The article also described how to import from Gmail. Add Google Gmail contacts or contacts from a .csv The smoothest way to use Gmail contacts in Outlook.com is to add them on the Outlook.com website. You can also use the Outlook.com website to add contacts from a .csv ...
There is a 3 sign up limit per day (maybe full 24h).
Your best solution is to use the Google Apps Migration Tool for Microsoft Exchange. Despite the name, it also works with IMAP services. https://tools.google.com/dlpage/exchangemigration It will pull the messages and folders (including the sent items). It can also do multiple accounts at one time. If you use Mail Fetcher, you will not get the sent ...
What you probably want to do is follow the same process as you would to Centralize mail from different accounts with Mail Fetcher. This will allow you to connect to your old Outlook.com account and download the emails you have there into your new Gmail account. You'll need to use the following: Incoming mail server: pop3.live.com User Name: your ...
Microsoft removed linked accounts from outlook.com. Microsoft said Monday that it is eliminating the ability to link accounts within Outlook.com, replacing them with aliases instead. Source.
There is a Group by thread setting if you click the gear icon at the top right corner once you are logged in. Choose More mail settings, then under the heading Reading mail, choose Group by conversation and pre-load messages and then select Show messages individually.
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