Maybe you’re looking for a new job, and you need a more professional email address. Or maybe you’re attending a business event, and signing up for an email newsletter and don’t want to give your personal email address. With Outlook.com, you can create up to 10 email addresses — or aliases — and manage them all from one inbox.
Outlook.com aliases also share the same contact list, calendar and account settings as your primary email address.
You can sign in to your account with any alias — they all use the same password — and you can choose which alias you want to send an email from.
To learn more, watch the video above and then head over to the Office Blogs.
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