4. Running multiple Nexus mailboxes under one profile

If you are the owner of more than one Nexus account it is possible to see all of them under a single profile. However you may prefer to use separate profiles for each account instead (see 3. Add a new profile). If you would like to have all your Nexus mailboxes under a single profile then:

  1. Open Outlook and click on the Files tab:
    The files tab
  2. The Account Information screen appears. Click on the Accounts Settings icon and select [Account Settings] from the menu
    Account dropdown menu
  3. The Account Settings screen opens. Click on the Change button:
    Account settings screen showing location of change
                                button
  4. The Server Settings screen now appears:
    Server settings screen showing location of more settings
                                button

    Click on the More Settings button

    to continue
  5. The Microsoft Exchange screen appears:
    Microsoft Exchange screen
  6. Click on the Advanced tab to open it:
    Add mailbox on the advance screen
  7. Click on the Add button to setup additional mailboxes
  8. In the Add Mailbox field type in the email address of the mailbox you wish to add
    Add mailbox box
  9. If the mailbox is not publically available in the GAL, then you can still add it by typing:
    /o=nexus/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=your_username_here
  10. The name of the account is now added to the mailbox listing of the Advanced tab
  11. Click on the OK button to return to the Server Settings screen.
  12. Then click the Cancel button on the Server Settings screen
  13. Finally click the Close button on the Accounts Setting screen
  14. The additional mailbox is now shown in the lefthand panel of Outlook. In this example it is called Dreamweaver Workshop. Double click on the account name to open up the listing in the panel.
    Mailbox
                                list in left hand panel of Outlook

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