Re: Identities or Multiple e-mail accounts
Windows Mail does not use Identities.
Since you set up your daughter as a separate Vista user, in order
to see her mail you will have to log out of your user account,
and then log in to her user account.
If you did not mean to have separate user accounts, you can
simply create both email accounts under one user. In that
case, you'd want to set up a filter rule in Windows Mail so that
downloaded mail is sorted into separate folders, Yours and Daughter's.
"Kathy" <Kathy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:11CB22B6-6110-484B-8C30-2EC4DBFBCA7B@microsoft.com...
>I just purchased a new PC with Windows Vista and I can't get both mine and my
> daughter's e-mail addresses to be identitied in Windows Mail. I created User
> Accounts for each of us in Vista, created the accounts under Windows
> Mail/Tools but when I click on File and Identities to switch Identities, I go
> to a wizard to import the identities and any of the options that I choose
> tells me that all identities have been either imported or deleted and then I
> can't complete the Wizard. Please help!!!!