I teach Microsoft Office...both to you folks through my tutorials and also to students in a classroom. As you probably know, you can only have one version of Outlook, the email client, running on your system. That's fine for my own email, because even though I have a few different email accounts and also monitor mail that comes in from our web sites, I've added the Email Account heading to my Inbox so I can easily sort by that field to always see from which account any email arrives.
The problem with teaching Outlook when using my own live email application is that I, obviously, don't want to display my personal email to the whole world, so that could limit what I could show. Or, I'd have to spend time blurring some items from view to avoid displaying personal information. That can work for screen shots, but what if I want to do a training video? That's much harder to deal with when trying to avoid showing personal information. Or when I teach students in a live setting and I want to allow them to play with the settings on the computer they are using, I don't want their changes to get in the way of teaching students in another class. Or maybe you have to share your home computer with others and you're tired of having everyone's email delivered into the same, one Inbox, where your email can easily be read by others.
In this article, I'll show you how to solve these problems.
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