How to unify all inboxes of multiple accounts to display all emails together in Outlook?
Outlook supports multiple email accounts running together at the same time. By default, each email account has its own inbox in Outlook. Therefore, the more email account you created in Outlook, the more inbox there will be. You have to shift to separate email inbox back and forth to check for emails. Is there a good way to create a unified inbox, which can collect all inboxes of multiple accounts together? This article will show you a method to achieve it.
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Please do as follows to unify all inboxes of multiple accounts to display all received emails together in Outlook.
1. Press the Alt + F11 keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.
2. In the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window, copy below VBA code into the ThisOutlookSession code window.
VBA code: Create a unified inbox of multiple email accounts:
Sub UnifiedInbox() 'Update by Extendoffice 20180504 Dim xExplorer As Outlook.Explorer Dim xSearch As String On Error Resume Next xSearch = "folderpath:Inbox" Set xExplorer = Outlook.Application.ActiveExplorer xExplorer.Search xSearch, olSearchScopeAllFolders Set xApp = Nothing End Sub
3. Then press the Alt + Q keys to save and close the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.
4. Click the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button and then click More Commands from the drop-down menu. See screenshot:
5. In the Outlook Options dialog box, you need to:
5.1 Select Macros from the Choose commands from drop-down list;
5.2 Select Project1.ThisOutlookSession.UnifiedInbox from the commands box;
5.3 Click the Add button;
5.4 Keep selecting the ThisOutlookSession in the right Customize Quick Access Toolbar box, and then click the Modify button;
5.5 Select a modify button for the macro and then click the OK button;
5.6 Click the OK button in the Outlook Options dialog box. See screenshot:
6. Then the modify button is showing on the Quick Access Toolbar. Click on the button, then emails in all inboxes of multiple email accounts are searched out and unified together as below screenshot shown:
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoThis worked for me first time, but after an Office Update (the following day) it failed. I contacted Addin Technology via their 'contact us' link but was advised to post here, so here I am. In between times, I solved the issue. You need to enable macros at a suitable level. Go to File->Options-Trust Centre-Trust CentreSettings->Macro Settings and select the third option down, 'Notifications for all macros'. This is slightly more risky than the recommended level, but less so than the "Enable all" option. Clever solution, but I can't help feel that there's a way to achieve a unified inbox using Office options without a VBA macro.