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Linked accounts were introduced in 2006 as a way to quickly switch between different accounts each with their own email address. Over the next couple months, we will stop supporting linked accounts and instead help people move to a more robust and secure way of managing multiple email addresses: aliases.
As announced earlier today, over the next few days we are releasing an update to Microsoft account. For people who use Outlook.com, this includes a number of new features such as two-step verification, the ability to sign in with an alias and new international domains for your email address. Read on to learn about this new feature and how to set it up.
Since the new Outlook.com launched in July, the positive feedback has been overwhelming. Outlook.com has received a number of other accolades around the world and there are already over 25 million active users. Learn why Gmail users are switching to Outlook.com and read about new features launching today for customizing your inbox, one-click archiving, keyboard shortcuts, and more.