Outlook Mail and Calendar Apps for Windows 10 Mobile now Supports Linked Inboxes

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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The Outlook Mail and Calendar apps for Windows 10 Mobile have recently been updated with a feature that was dropped from previous builds –  linked inboxes feature which brings a unified inbox in Mail.

Windows 10 Mobile users can now link the inboxes of all of your email accounts into a single, unified inbox in Mail. The Calendar has also received another minor update which brings a new month view.

In order to activate the new linked inboxes feature, you just need to open Outlook Mail and select the three-dot menu in the bottom right corner. After that, you need to tap Manage Accounts, and then below all of your email accounts, select Link Inboxes which allows you to select the accounts you wish to link and then save.

Follow this link in order to download the updated apps on your Windows 10 Mobile device. However, there are users who say that after applying this update, the Outlook mail app crashes when you open email security.

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