After setting up mail fetching, will automatically check your other email account for new email and pull it into your inbox — just like a desktop email application would. It’s limited to a maximum of 50 messages, which are fetched every 30 minutes.If you have more than 50 messages to receive, they’ll be grabbed by at the next 30-minute refresh.This process will be different depending on your other email account.does support email forwarding, so you can combine several or Hotmail email addresses together in this way.If you don't have Gmail, you can add it to your account at any time.If you signed up for Gmail and didn't add it to your existing account, now you have two separate accounts.When this other account receives email, it will automatically forward the email to your main inbox.
For more information about these limitations, check out Microsoft’s help page on the subject.
You’ll just have multiple email addresses associated with the same account, not different email accounts with their own passwords and separate inboxes.
To create an alias, click on the More mail settings screen.
Other webmail providers may have similar restrictions, although Google doesn’t automatically delete Gmail addresses.
Repeat this process for each email address you want to receive email from in your main inbox.