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hi,
i am new to outlook. i have just installed outlook on my pc. i dnt know how to add email account or manage it. and what is the term outlook connector and what is use of it? can i add gmail and yahoo account also in outlook? can my differrent accounts work together in outlook?
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Hi,

Outlook connector is an application that allows you to add new account to Microsoft Outlook. This application also allows you to select an email account using which you want to send an email. And yes, you can easily configure your Gmail or Yahoo account with Microsoft Outlook.

Let me know if you need information in detail.

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