If you have an existing webmail account (such as Microsoft® Hotmail®, Gmail, AOL mail, or Yahoo! Mail) you can forward that account to your Hosted Exchange Email mailbox. You can then import existing email that is stored in your webmail account by adding a POP account to Microsoft Outlook® 2007 to connect to your webmail account, and then moving the data to your Hosted Exchange Email mailbox or to a Personal Folder File (.pst).
Depending on the options available in your existing email service, there are different ways to forward email from to your Hosted Exchange Email mailbox.
NOTE: Your old email messages are still in the Personal Folder File (.pst) used by your Internet mail service. You can copy some or all of these to your Hosted Exchange Email mailbox.
Use these resources to learn more about:
Adding accounts to Microsoft Office Outlook
Using your Microsoft Windows Live Hotmail account in Outlook
Configuring Outlook to work with Hotmail
Transferring contacts between Outlook and Google Gmail
Importing contacts from Windows Live Hotmail to Outlook
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