E-Mails forwarded to Outlook


D

DY

I have setup Outlook on my daughters laptop. She loves it. I have setup her
Roadrunner e-mail to be delivered directly into her Outlook without any
problems. However, she also has a Yahoo account and wants to know if I can
set it up to be forwarded to her Outlook so that she didn't have to remember
to look at Yahoo all the time.

I was wondering if anyone knows how to have Yahoo e-mails sent to Outlook.
Someone told me that they thought that I may have to pay Yahoo in order to do
this. I don't know if this is true or not.

Anyway, thanks in advance for the help.
 
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G

Gordon

DY said:
I was wondering if anyone knows how to have Yahoo e-mails sent to Outlook.
Someone told me that they thought that I may have to pay Yahoo in order to
do
this. I don't know if this is true or not.

If it's a yahoo.com email account then yes, you do have to pay.
 
N

N. Miller

I have setup Outlook on my daughters laptop. She loves it. I have setup her
Roadrunner e-mail to be delivered directly into her Outlook without any
problems. However, she also has a Yahoo account and wants to know if I can
set it up to be forwarded to her Outlook so that she didn't have to remember
to look at Yahoo all the time.

I was wondering if anyone knows how to have Yahoo e-mails sent to Outlook.
Someone told me that they thought that I may have to pay Yahoo in order to do
this. I don't know if this is true or not.

You can't forward anything to an email client. The client just downloads
from servers. What you do is forward to an account accessed by the client.

Free Yahoo! Mail accounts are strictly web accounts. Options like forwarding
to other accounts (which is what you want), or pulling from other accounts
(access to another POP3 account), and POP3/SMTP access to the Yahoo! account
are additional features which require paying ~$20 a year for a Yahoo! Mail
Plus account.
 
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