Hotmail provides a professional email and calendar app that helps you stay on top of your game that allows users to access their inbox across various mobile devices and through you’re a Windows or a Mac computer. You are now in possession of a Microsoft account which grants you the privilege to access a wide variety of services available free, curtesy of Microsoft. You can access your account through a browser of choice, being; Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla, Firefox, Safari or a different web browser from your Windows or Mac computer.
If you are an individual with multiple devices; laptop, tablets, smart camera, and more, you will find that there is a great need to access your personal information on any device, whenever and wherever you want it. With your Hotmail account, you are privileged to have the use of Microsoft OneDrive. Information when you need it, and from any location once you have access to the internet. Go beyond the basic email tasks to get more done with Outlook.
Q - Can I add other accounts after setup?
A - After you’ve installed Outlook—either from Office 365 or from one of the Microsoft Office suites—you can add one or more email accounts. For example, if you’re an Office 365 customer, you can add your Office 365 email to Outlook. You can also add personal email accounts, like Gmail or Yahoo accounts, or check your email from your Internet Service Provider (ISP), such as Xfinity or Verizon.
Q - What should I do if I have problems with sync or setup?
A - First things first. If you're using an Outlook.com (includes hotmail.com, msn.com, live.com, etc.) email account, check the server status of Outlook.com here. Now choose from the options below:
- "I need troubleshooting help for setting up my email." - See Troubleshoot email setup on mobile.
- "I'm setting up email for the first time and my calendar or contacts won't sync." - See Sync calendar with my phone or tablet.
Q - How do I change or update my outlook notifications?
A - Update notifications for specific email accounts
- Open Outlook for Android.
- Go to Settings > Notifications under Mail OR Notifications under Calendar.
- Change which email accounts you wish to see notifications for
Note: Get help with Outlook.com - The links in this article will help you find the information you're looking for. Or Different ways: Contact Microsoft Support.