One inbox for multiple IMAP accounts in Outlook 2016
The possibility to create a virtual folder that contains all email elements of different IMAP accounts.
Claudio Lima commented
Yes, virtual or not, an unified inbox woould be a nice feature to have.
Alexandre Bizinoto commented
Really, it doesn´t exist yet? how old is Outlook?
A full day spent with Microsoft Support team and no solution.
I found the answer here, and it is really frustrating.
Please do something!
I had it in Outlook 2010 and lost it in Outlook 2016 - why would you take away functionality?
Very frustrating not to have this on Windows desktop and laptop, when the ipad and iphone do :(
Petter Marthinsen commented
I've replaced Outlook with eM Client, which handles a virtual unified inbox nicely. I'll not consider changing back until this feature is implemented in Outlook
Naveen Seri commented
I really need this feature, can we all put this on our respective social media platforms to garner some additional votes fro this feature? I just posted this on my profile.
this is most essential
what is microsoft waiting for?
DAVID OCAMPO commented
Make this feature available for ALL account types.
Alejandro Nortes commented
I'm using em Client instead Outlook 2016 because the lack of unified inbox.
Victor Vesnaver commented
This would be great! My iPhone already does it.
In addition to IMAP accounts, it would be helpful if it worked with Exchange accounts and Office 365.
We seem to have a problem..... Only 122 votes after a full year?
I'm all for the "One Inbox" thing but it seems that MSFT cares nothing about customers... They only care about market studies that can return any kind of immediate profit!
Mark Stevens commented
Are there any Outlook add-ins that can do this?
Jim Knopf commented
The lack of a unified inbox is the reason why I stopped using Microsoft Outlook 2016. Thunderbird that is free has it and even the Windows 10 Mail client got it too. So why the **** is it not possible to implement this feature in Outlook 2016. Users are screaming for this feature since decades. Hey Microsoft Product Manager please remove your fingers from your ears and arses and please start listening to what the customer wants !!!!
All the Free apps have this feature already.
This is standard in Thunderbird (free) and Apple Mail. We would like to see this in Outlook!
I support this suggestion for 100%!
I have migrated to a different platform until this is rectified
Geoff Neike commented
The Outlook App on Android can do it. Seems absurd that the Windows application can't.