Monday, October 12, 2015

Making new Outlook emails with Office.com

GENERAL INFO

You never want to use your personal email for offers because you will receive tons of spammy emails that you don't need and probably shouldn't even open.

Office.com is the NEW easy way to make several emails, a main account email plus 10 aliases (see below), 11 emails per account. We know for a fact offers accept these emails and credit beautifully. The main outlook.com email you make the account with and all 10 aliases credit the same. Some offers do not accept certain types of emails from some domains, and temporary, or 10 minute emails can get you banned from any site.

For offers you need to use fresh, unused emails to get them to credit. You can use one email on several offers, but if you are unsure if the offer is from a different advertiser, or if you used an email on the same offer from a different wall, you are best off using a fresh unused email. When in doubt, bring a new email out!


Once you have used up all your emails on offers, all you do is make a new Outlook.com account at Office.com and more aliases. You can either forget about the used up account, or keep a list of accounts in case you ever need to grab an old email or refer back to something. You are able to make three outlook.com accounts per day and at least 10 aliases per account a day (this may change at any time). That is at least 33 emails a day you have to use for offers. Again, it is very important you use fresh unused emails for offers to credit.

Dont worry, all sites allow you to use multiple emails for offers.

There are two versions of Outlook, an old (blue) version, and a new (black) version. Below are the steps to create a new account for both.


FOR BOTH VERSIONS, Create an account:

1. Go to http://office.com.  Bookmark this page as you will need to access it often.  Scroll down and click the mail icon.  http://prntscr.com/8qo5u3

2. On the next pop-up page click Sign up for a new account.

3. Fill out the email and password you would like, then click NEXT
:golds Occasionally it will force you to use a phone number to verify your account, you will need to receive two texts with codes. Pinger and VoIP numbers will not work. If you DO NOT want to use your cell number, you can try making a new email account directly via outlook.com (instead of office.com) and it may allow email verifiction.

At this point, Outlook is going to direct you to either their new or old version. If the next page gives you a craptcha, this is the OLD VERSION (see image below). If not scroll down this page to the NEW VERSION steps.

Old version:

New version (scroll down for instructions):



OLD VERSION INSTRUCTIONS:

4o. Enter the craptcha and click Continue

5o. Close any pop up you may see either by clicking the X or clicking outside of its pop-up box

6o. Click the gear icon and in the drop down menu, click "Options"


7o. Under the header top left "Managing your account" RIGHT CLICK "Create an Outlook.com alias", this will open a new tab.


8o. Under "What security info would you like to add" click the down arrow and select "An alternate email address". Fill in any email address you already have and can check right now. Then click NEXT
9o. Microsoft will send you a code to the alternate email you entered, copy this code and enter it on next page, click NEXT

10o. On the next page, select the radio button that says "Email ....", and fill in the alternate email you entered in step 8. Click "Send Code" Microsoft will send you another email with a new code. Copy this code and enter it on next page, then click SUBMIT

11o. On the next page, simply click "No thanks"

12o. You are now ready to create ten aliases! You have one tab open to create one.

13o. Go back to the first tab you had open from step 7. Right click "Create an Outlook.com alias" nine more times to open new tabs to create your 10 aliases. Your aliases can be anything available, some people number their aliases, ex. joeschmo1, joeschmo2; or use adjectives, ex bigjoeschmo, talljoeschmo. Enter a new alias on each tab, click CREATE ALIAS

14o. Go thru each tab and click DONE, you can now close all but one of these tabs, you can also close your original tab from step 7.

15. You are all set, you now have 11 emails to use for offers! This may seem like a lot of steps, but as you get familiar with them, you will be able to create aliases much faster. 

16. You are now able to log into outlook.com from any new email you just created, they all have the same password and all will open your account.

NEW VERSION INSTRUCTIONS:

4n.. On the next page "What security info would you like to add" click the down arrow and select "An alternate email address". Fill in any email address you already have and can check right now. Then click NEXT
5n.. Microsoft will send you a code to the alternate email you entered, copy this code and enter it on next page, click NEXT

** you may instead get a page asking you to verify your account with a phone number. You must use a real phone number for this, pinger, text free or other VoIP numbers do not work. Dont worry, Microsoft will never call you or text you again (until you need a new code the next time)

6n.  Click the image icon top right, and in the drop-down menu click VIEW ACCOUNT

7n. On the next page, at the top, click YOUR INFO

8n. On the next page click MANAGE YOUR SIGN IN EMAIL

9n.  RIGHT CLICK "Add email" Do this 10 times to open new tabs to create your aliases.

10n. Enter a new alias on each tab, click CREATE ALIAS. Your aliases can be anything available, some people number their aliases, ex. joeschmo1, joeschmo2; or use adjectives, ex bigjoeschmo, talljoeschmo.

11n. You can now close all but one of these tabs, you can also close your original tab from step 9.

12n. You are all set, you now have 11 emails to use for offers! This may seem like a lot of steps, but as you get familiar with them, you will be able to create aliases much faster. 

13n.. You are now able to log into outlook.com from any new email you just created, they all have the same password and all will open your account.




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