You can have up to 32 email accounts in Windows Mail.
However, Windows Mail does not have identities like Outlook Express did.
By default, all email from all accounts goes into the same Inbox.
There are four different ways of changing that:
1. Use separate Windows user logins. That gives total privacy, and is
ideal when two different people use the same computer.
2. Use message rules to filter incoming messages into
separate mail folders.
3. Upgrade to Windows Live Mail which has separate folders for each
account, no rules needed: http://download.live.com/wlmail
4. Purchase an add-on called WMIDs: http://www.oehelp.com/WMIDs
Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
Microsoft MVP program: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com
"Cyriel Pauwels" <Cyriel Pauwels@newsgroup> wrote in message news:41CDD0F1-543C-49E7-9561-33521B8455A5@newsgroup
> Me and my wife, we have both an email account, at the same server.
> My wifes computer is broken and I would like to make also for her a
> separated account in my windows mail on my computer. I have made a new
> account for her emailadress but now all her mails come in my mailbox. Is
> there a solution to split the accounts??