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Once the Unified Inbox folder is in the Outlook 2013 favorites section, you’re all set!Thanks to the Rules Wizard, setting this up in Outlook 2013 is far easier than in past versions.Let’s assume you have accounts for User1, User2, and User3. Now all mail that User2 and User3 receive will be moved to the User1 Inbox. This should also be consolidated in the User1 Sent Items folder.Outlook’s Sent Items rule options do not allow The rule is added for all three accounts.One oddity is that Sent Items will appear as Unread (bold type); I don’t think you can change that.Now that you’ve moved all incoming and outgoing mail to the User1 account, any other folder operations (deleting items, moving to custom folders, etc.) will all happen on the User1 account.
Outlook 2007 also already had this option, but was not used by default.
In some cases, this new behavior is not desired, for instance when you want to deliver your POP3 messages to an Exchange account or simply when you want to monitor all your POP3 accounts from a single mailbox in Outlook.
Changing the behavior back to the way it was in previous versions of Outlook is quite easy to do by changing the delivery location for the POP3 account to another Personal Folder set (pst-file) or Exchange mailbox.
This can be a real pain and limit the productivity of someone like me that gets daily email in all of my inboxes. With the robust Rules feature in Outlook 2013, you can create a unified inbox that not only shows all of your messages in one clean and tidy place, but also organizes them so you know what email came from where just by glancing at it.
This setup helped me re-gain some sanity and organization and it can do the same for you.