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I don't know why you would have more than 10 e-mail address, but hey, to each their own.
Set up one email address in you e-mail client.
Go to you other address and just have them forward all their messages to the one address set up in the e-mail client.
You can have the client automatically sort the e-mails into folder according to the address it is coming from.
You can then have multiple SMTP servers set up so you can send responses from any of the e-mail accounts.
One thing to be careful of if you do this. You will not be able to simply hit "reply" in the e-mail client. That would simply send a message back to your first e-mail address and not the original sender.
Dear Sir, First you will have to sure that you have received the mail through the comcast address...then if you go for reply or forward the same email address will pop up....Means on the basis of receiving address the mail address comes to forward/reply.....Another option you can use Just from Homepage after log in ...Click Options>Mail Options. than another page will open for account setting....Just click Mail mail options page will open....>From Management Coloumn Click Mail Addresses, there will be showing your email addresses those you listed to send and receive the mails from sender.Use the Add/Edit option to set your desired address to use as default email address ..Good Luck
Completing addresses when addressing an email works a bit different
as Outlook doesn’t have an AutoComplete feature but has an AutoSuggest
feature a Check Names feature instead.
The subtle difference between the two is that the AutoSuggest
feature doesn’t have a direct relation to your Contacts folder or other
address lists configured in your Address Book. Instead, AutoSuggest
uses a cache which contains a list of addresses that you’ve previously
Outlook also has another feature which is similar to AutoComplete; Check Names.
Check Names can work interactively and by default also works as a background process.
Check Names – Interactive To use Check Names interactively,
you type part of the name or address and then press the Check Names
button on the Toolbar or Ribbon or press its keyboard shortcut (for
most localized versions this is CTRL+K). This will search in your
Address Book for that part of the name. If only a single address is
resolved, it will directly show this in the To-field (or CC or BCC
field). If multiple addresses are found, then it will prompt you with a
dialog to select the correct address from.
Check Names – Background When you only type part of a name or
address and then switch to the message body, Check Names will perform a
background search in your Address Book. If only a single address is
resolved, it will autocomplete the address for you. If multiple
addresses are found, it will underline the address with a red scribble
When you press the Send button while an address is not fully resolved, you’ll get prompted to select the correct address.
To turn of this background feature of Check Names go to; Tools-> Options…-> E-mail Options…-> Advanced E-mail Options-> disable option: Automatic name checking
The only way to do that is to create the new e-mail account and let everyone know. There are multiple ways to do this.
One is that you can forward all your mail from your old e-mail address to your new one.
Another is that you can check your old gmail account in your new one. This one is a little more advanced and is not recommended if you are not planning on still using the old e-mail address in the future.
Another idea is to forward your old e-mail and set an automatic vacation response that sends back to anyone that e-mails your old account a message with your new e-mail address for them to change in their records.
Changing to a new e-mail address is a drawn out process that takes longer the longer that you've had your e-mail address. The good thing about gmail is there extremely high quota, which allows plenty of time for you to start using your new e-mail address without missing out from your old e-mail.