smiling woman checking all her email accounts in one place

Access all your email accounts in one place

with Mail Collector

  • Read all your emails in one inbox

  • One login for multiple accounts
  • Quick and easy to set up
smiling woman checking all her email accounts in one place

One inbox, multiple email accounts

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Sometimes it seems like the flood of emails is endless – from your boss, your bank, your kid’s teacher, your uncle, your freelance clients – and you have to check several different accounts to stay on top of it all. Wouldn’t it be easier just to log in once and receive all your emails in a single place? When you create an email account with, you can use our Mail Collector feature to gather your messages from multiple email accounts. This means nothing will slip through the cracks just because you forgot to check one of your email addresses. Plus there’s no need to worry about inbox clutter – email makes it easy to automatically sort incoming messages into designated folders.

How to manage multiple accounts with Mail Collector

In order to be able to use our Mail Collector, you first have to create an email account with to serve as your primary account. You can then activate the Mail Collector to automatically check emails from other accounts and forward them to your inbox using the POP3 standard protocol. The emails are transferred with SSL encryption and checked for spam to keep your email accounts and your personal data secure.

How to set up and configure Mail Collector

You can start enjoying the benefits of our Mail Collector in just a few simple steps:

  1. Log in to your account. On the Home page, click > Mail Collector in the left navigation menu.
  2. Type in the email address and password of the account you would like to check.
  3. Choose whether you’d like to activate the following options (don’t worry, you can change your settings later if you wish):
    • Delete emails from the other mailbox after they are retrieved
    • Sort the incoming emails in a separate folder
    • Use the original email address when replying to/forwarding an email
  4. Click > Save
  5. If more information is now requested or if you receive an error message, please see our Help Center for additional, easy-to-follow instructions.
That’s it – Mail Collector will now start automatically checking your emails for you!

If you selected the option to create a folder for incoming emails, a folder with the name of the email account will automatically appear in your inbox folder list and messages will be sorted to that folder. As with all your folders, you can configure the folder settings by mousing over the folder name and clicking on the wrench icon. To change the overall configuration of how email is collected from a specific address, just go to the Mail Collector tool and click on the wrench icon next to the email address that you would like to reconfigure. You can also completely remove an email address from the Mail Collector by clicking the delete icon.

FAQs: Managing multiple email accounts

Will Mail Collector transfer all my emails from another account?

When you first set up Mail Collector to check multiple email addresses, your email history, i.e. the old messages in the account inbox, will be retrieved from all accounts that you set up in the Mail Collector. Depending on the settings you activated, these messages will automatically be placed in your inbox or the folder for your other account. After this, the Mail Collector will only retrieve any new emails that you receive.

Does Mail Collector work with my Mail app?

Once you have set up Mail Collector in your browser webmail, the other email accounts will automatically sync with your primary account and incoming messages will also appear in the inbox or designated folder of your app for AndroidiOS or iPadOS. This means you can check multiple email accounts from anywhere in the world and from any mobile device, and all your messages will be accessible in a single place.

Will Mail Collector delete the messages from my other account’s inbox?

That’s up to you! If you wish to have the messages automatically deleted from the other email account, select “Delete e-mails from the third party server after fetching“ when configuring the Mail Collector for that account. If this option is not activated, you will still find the emails in the inbox of the other email account.

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