Outlook in Office 365

Hi. I have a laptop running W10 and Outlook as part of Office 365. I have 2 Hotmail email addresses. Every email I receive, regardless of which account, is downloaded to both inboxes thus duplicating everything. Can anyone help me with an answer as to how to stop this happening? Many thanks.

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Can you explain "both inboxes". I see one e-mail program in your mail (Outlook) and so I see only one inbox. Where's the second one?

For me, it makes sense to link both of your hotmail accounts to that inbox. Otherwise, you would have to look to 2 different e-mail programs to see all. But it seems you don't like that.

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Thanks for the response. I have 2 email addresses, both Hotmail. If I receive an email designated for number 1 email the reply also appears in the second email inbox. I hope this helps. Maybe you could also advise me as to how I link them? Many thanks.

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Still unclear.

First you talked about received mail, now you talk about replies you send. Those shouldn't come in the inbox at all.

I had a look at my own Outlook 2010, and now I think that you linked Outlook to both hotmail accounts (via pop3 or imap?) and both have an inbox listed in the left pane below the email address. Is that right? What happens if you delete it from one?

Maybe the first hotmail account is set to automatically forward everything received to the second? Have a look in the settings, and most of all look in both accounts via your browser (with Outlook not running). If you see received mails in both inboxes in your browser, it has nothing to do with your Outlook.

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