Conclusion On Separate Email - Sometimes you want to separate emails which you receive on your single email account, Account on outlook or thunderbird is one of the example of this type of issue. Here I am going to tell you how you can do this.
I have Outlook as my primary email clients for managing My emails which i received. Matter fact i have two email account which is used on outlook with a single account, Now using a single account on outlook and if we didn’t separate Those emails it might be confusing for you to differentiate that which email is come on which email account.
It is not possible to separate your emails automatically of different account on most of the third party email clients. Might be this thing can be possible because of the sending and receiving settings of the email clients.
Facts which restricts to separate emails which receive on a single account
The main fact which is responsible for it is the “user name” which you used for your email address. Here are some more points which you have to consider.
- The “user name” is the fact which identified to the ISP or other email provider to which email address is attached.
- If the email addresses is on single account with same “user name” then emails will going to the same email account no matter if the email is sent to the different email address.
- Email address can be located by different email providers but the user name is the fact which is used by the email clients to separate emails on accounts.
Those are some of the facts which is resposible to restrict you to separate the received emails on single account of email clients.
Separate emails which receive on a single account
You can separate emails which receive on a single account, and for this try these steps.
- You need to use “Rules” for saparate your emails of different email address on a single account.
- For this got “Tools” Menu on the Outlook.
- And then go to“Rules and Alert” option.
- Now define the rules for the email address.
- The second thing which you can do to separate the emails on single account is to contact your ISP and ask them to give the second alternate email address.
- The third approach is to use other email provider like gmail, hotmail or yahoo. And use those email provider service on internet.