WHY – I am sure many of you ask that question. Well I can see this being very useful, since I am maintaining a few BLOGS and am trying to review certain applications and WEB apps – I find myself signing up for many services and getting tons of emails because of it.
davAPPTESTING@hotmail.com – what a great email address for all those registration I am doing. They arrive you put them in a folder and deal with them, they don’t mess up my primary inbox and I can turn off that alias at any time. (Not a real email address, might be)
I can see myself doing this for any WEB sights that I am registering for moving forward, I can see myself changing many others to the new alias, much easier than having two or three different email addresses.
Starting today, you can create and manage multiple email aliases from a single Hotmail account. Together with features that we introduced in November that let you use Hotmail with any existing email address, the new aliasing feature makes it easy to use a different email address and still get all the benefits of Hotmail without having to change your primary email address and online identity.
The email address a person uses is a big part of their online identity. The average person maintains three different email addresses in order to organize different types of email, maintain different personas, or keep junk mail away from a primary email address. So there are many good reasons that people want multiple email addresses, but maintaining multiple accounts, with different user names and passwords that require you to check multiple inboxes, is inefficient. With today’s update, Hotmail helps you save time by making it easier to manage your current and future email addresses in one place.
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Nice little trick if you have multiple Gmail accounts like many tech type people do…..
Would you move to Facebook email if the product is polished and works well?
Currently the new user to the internet or smartphone market are typically using their internet provider emails. Others are using Hotmail, Livemail, Google, Yahoo and a few others. Most of these people are using Facebook though!
I have a few different email addresses for different priority and uses, but i can’t see myself moving to Facebook as my primary email address. One key reason would be I would have no access to that email at work since I don’t have Facebook access as many others in business. I would also be a little concerned about the security and privacy of those emails because of Facebook’s history and a number of recent issues they have had.
What will you do!
I am sure like everyone I know, they have management issue around e-mails. We all get too many e-mails and trying to find the time to review, reply and manage them can sometimes be impossible. We all spend too much time, and for many our personal time trying to keep it somewhat under control. Just a few years ago it was just work e-mail, today it’s both work and our own personal email accounts!
One of the things I have done for my personal email account is setup a 2nd email address that I only use for REGISTRATIONS, offerings etc. Anything that you might receive regular emails. This makes my primary email account just for family and friends – the emails I want to review. The other account is reviewed when I have time.
Well Microsoft posted this TIP – Though it is titled for Teachers – I am sure anyone can use these idea’s in some shape or form.
How much e-mail do you get every day? I’m guessing the answer is “too much”. What with planning lessons, teaching, grading assignments, reporting to your principal and stuff, email is just another time-consuming task. How about letting your computer so do some of the work?
Here are seven Outlook tips that will save you time and help you organize your e-mail. FULL POST