Merged Inbox in new Outlook

George Zarkalis 15 Reputation points
2023-10-16T19:21:07.4066667+00:00

Old Windows mail is being replaced by new Outlook. However, new outlook for windows doesn't support merged inbox of several e-mail accounts. Is this going to be supported and how? It is a crucial functionality and I need to know so that I don't have to move to another client

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  1. ChristyZhang-MSFT 21,181 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-10-17T06:52:29.3966667+00:00

    Hi @George Zarkalis ,

    Welcome to our forum!

    As i know, Outlook for Windows has never had a Unified Inbox regardless of the version of Outlook or Windows. It is recommended that you could post the functions you expect and your sincere suggestions on the website dedicated to collecting feedback. We sincerely welcome your suggestions, and thanks for your understanding and support!


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  2. Joker 5 Reputation points
    2023-11-25T18:13:13.34+00:00

    It seems they are not taking into account the features of mail which they are replacing. That is how it appears to me.

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  3. Eric 0 Reputation points
    2023-11-28T14:09:40.1866667+00:00

    It is disappointing that Microsoft designs their products for the Mac and for Windows differently. On the Mac, there is the 'Unified" inbox where you can see "All Accounts" directly under "Favorites". It gives you the ability to see all messages, from each account you add to Outlook from each of those accounts folders:

    -- Inobx

    -- Drafts

    -- Archive

    -- Sent

    -- Delted

    -- Junk

    -- Outbox

    -- Snoozed

    Why, oh why Microsoft, don't you just desing your interface the same for all platforms. AH, I know... because it is Microsoft.

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